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Old June 2 2009, 10:49 PM   #61
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Re: Star Trek: TITAN: Animated Series

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It was actually described as a smaller version of the Soverign(Enterprise's) Bridge in Taking Wing.

But As I said this was just my vision of the bridge, but this not the official design.
Well, none of its "offical". Its like being handed a million dollars and being told you can't ever spend it. If anything, you might be able to say it is less non canon then any drawing any of us make.

But thats splitting hairs. My point is that, if thats your version of the bridge, then I'll take it as though that 'is' the bridge. It is just too grey, too confused, and way too many styles going on. I do like that there is alot of homages in it to known bridges, but my taste buds dislike the end result.
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Old June 2 2009, 11:19 PM   #62
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Well, none of its "offical". Its like being handed a million dollars and being told you can't ever spend it. If anything, you might be able to say it is less non canon then any drawing any of us make.

But thats splitting hairs. My point is that, if thats your version of the bridge, then I'll take it as though that 'is' the bridge. It is just too grey, too confused, and way too many styles going on. I do like that there is alot of homages in it to known bridges, but my taste buds dislike the end result.

Accepted. I personally like my Imperial version over the federation version.
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Old June 2 2009, 11:20 PM   #63
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Now lets see more Animated Titan images!!!
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Old June 3 2009, 01:43 AM   #64
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It's a drawing of Sean's design, massively simplified.

Fellas (or ladies).

This is not a classroom situation or a job for which I've been contracted. I felt like doodling some pie in-the-sky spinning about the possibility of a TITAN animated series. That's it.

There's no need to do deep crits here because:

1) I will ignore them. I'm simply not taking the "work" seriously enough here to warrant crits and corrections. If the nacelles are off axis or too short for the body or the hull is too white or something, I don't actually care. Because....

2) It's just for FUN. FUN.

3) If it stops being fun I will stop doing it.

If you feel something is off or not exactly as you pictured it in your mind you are very much invited to post your own version in this thread. See point #2.

The more, the merrier.
Hey, as someone who's read enough comics to know the length of Batman's cowl-ears and size of Spider-Man's mask lenses are whatever the artist felt they should be, artistic interpretation's something I'm all too cool with. Very fun style, Geoff.

Actually has me inspired to progress on work for that webcomic thingie I've got percolating in the lab at the moment...

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Old June 3 2009, 02:11 AM   #65
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Wow. That's another great piece. I love the top / dress outfit for Deanna. That's a great design.

This may sound like a silly question, but if you're a writer and an artist, why not put out a comic? Obviously not a Trek one, but something of your own. Your art does bear some resemblance to early Oeming.
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Old June 3 2009, 02:37 AM   #66
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Wow. That's another great piece. I love the top / dress outfit for Deanna. That's a great design.

This may sound like a silly question, but if you're a writer and an artist, why not put out a comic? Obviously not a Trek one, but something of your own. Your art does bear some resemblance to early Oeming.
Three reasons:

1) It's extremely time-consuming to do all the chores on a given project and all that time is done without being paid. I literally can't afford to take that big a bite.

2) I'm thrilled you guys like this "animated" style but it's a new one for me. My normal art skills are, I think, not competitive with the current comic book market. Maybe.

3) I AM writing a new comic book called PRODIGAL that I co-own with my partner TODD HARRIS who is, hands down, a FANTASTICALLY gifted artist. We go by the name GENRE 19.
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Old June 3 2009, 02:50 AM   #67
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I'd love to see an Animated series of the Titan or, heck even a live action series.
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Old June 3 2009, 04:20 AM   #68
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Didn't they build a Titan for the Star Trek Experience? What happened to it?
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Old June 3 2009, 06:50 AM   #69
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Didn't they build a Titan for the Star Trek Experience? What happened to it?

Actually they made it for the Star Trek Tour, then pulled that part of the exhibit after the first location. Since then the Trek Tour is now in two part without the Titan Model.
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Old June 3 2009, 06:02 PM   #70
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Re: Star Trek: TITAN: Animated Series

Loved the poster art. Can't wait to see whats up next.
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Old June 3 2009, 10:40 PM   #71
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I'll have a new wallpaper up by the end of the week. They're more complex than the character sketches.
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Old June 4 2009, 07:02 AM   #72
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The style holds up well across characters. So you're really got something going there.

A strategy to consider is that used in traditional comic books, of doing an entire story in pencil with simple thumbnails, each with dialog and notes about who is who, background, etc. and revising that until you're satisfied, then doing the finished frames but reusing character figures were possible (some resized with your software) and making new figures as you need them, building up a collection for further reuse. And skipping around in making completed frames helps you see what you need to finish one comic, since frame No. 3 might be a modified version of frame No. 47. And, of course, doing the frames that would take the figures you've already got first would give you a running start and let you see the whole thing partially completed.
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Old June 4 2009, 07:14 AM   #73
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Saw your depiction of Dakal! I'd say you got the pose and general body language right in a big way, especially when you compare to the more extroverted members of the crew. It seems fitting to have his attention half on a PADD! And I would definitely listen to whatever he had to say. So overall, you've definitely conveyed the sense of the character and that's more than half the battle! Bear that in mind should you choose to read my suggestions. And you are obviously NOT required. It is there should you choose to consult it, and kindly hidden should you choose not to.

Now...this may be WAY more Cardassian information than you want, so you click the spoiler button at your own peril. (I have NOT incorporated any specialized terminology or set in stone any suppositions I have made in my own fanfic, so this is safe!)



Anyway, I apologize if that was too much information...I have been accused by quite a number of people here of BEING Cardassian.

Overall, for a first sketch, that's great.

AND...I must add my compliments for the Pazlar and Modan drawings! I particularly like them as well.
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Old June 4 2009, 07:44 AM   #74
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Re: Star Trek: TITAN: Animated Series

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Didn't they build a Titan for the Star Trek Experience? What happened to it?

Actually they made it for the Star Trek Tour, then pulled that part of the exhibit after the first location. Since then the Trek Tour is now in two part without the Titan Model.
I wonder who has the model? Maybe they should have given it to the designer of the Titan?

If there was an animated Titan series, I'd definitely watch it. I'm sure Frakes and Sirtis would reprise their roles They did for TATV
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Didn't they build a Titan for the Star Trek Experience? What happened to it?

Actually they made it for the Star Trek Tour, then pulled that part of the exhibit after the first location. Since then the Trek Tour is now in two part without the Titan Model.
I wonder who has the model? Maybe they should have given it to the designer of the Titan?

If there was an animated Titan series, I'd definitely watch it. I'm sure Frakes and Sirtis would reprise their roles They did for TATV
Probably so long as he could "Phone" it in. Isn't he living nice and quite like in Mane with Gene!
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