Adam "Mojo" Lebowitz
has added new artwork to his blog for fans to enjoy.
As reported by Darthmojo.wordpress.com, while looking at a bunch of old CD-ROMs, Mojo stumbled upon some old treasures. "A fistful of years ago, I did a few covers for Star Trek: The Magazine," he said. "Sadly, this slickly-produced, lovingly written periodical folded in 2003, but as I was digging through my archives (in other words, as I was finally looking to see what was on a bunch of old CD-ROMS entitled 'label me'), I ran across the original, hi-res renders created for the publication. Knowing how bad I am with technology, it’s entirely possible that I put the CD in my drive and accidentally uploaded them to my blog, where anyone can download and enjoy them."
Mojo explained the process of creating the images. "The first step was for me to create a rough draft of the image I had in mind; it was then sent to the editors who had their art department do a mock-up of the cover to see how it worked and where the cover graphics would interfere with the image." After the image was accepted, "off I went to create a 3k render."
The photos on the site are of: The Enterprise 1701, The Enterprise-D with a Spacedock in the background, several shots from Star Trek: The Wrath of Khan, including one of the Enterprise being chased by the Reliant, and a beautiful shot of the Enterprise orbiting a greenish planet.
To read more and to see the artwork, head to the article located here.