Discussion in 'General Trek Discussion' started by Shaw, Apr 15, 2009.
The meeting of the "red eyes" has come to order.
I think an early Breen with red lights in his eye strip is missing from the meeting
Something I thought would be funny.
I got the idea because I had kept seeing this poster around for the film when it was coming out and when it had Oscar buzz. In my head, without realizing I wasn't reading it right, I always thought of it as the Other Bolian Girl :P
Now that I've seen all these other awesome photshop jobs, I'm thinking the poster would be better with picard or riker photoshopped in where henry VIII is
it'd also look better with the Bolian median ridges added to their heads.
Agreed. I wanted to put them in, but my attempts at airbrushing were sh*t, so I thought it best to keep it simple. If anyone wants to add them, I'm all for it. I just don't have the photoshop/drawing skillz. :P
Terrific idea, VLS! I never saw this movie. But that poster is perfect for a good mod-job. I was inspired and had a little free time today:
I had thrown Riker in without much editing, and realized later that a little layer blending would help make the image match a bit more. Here's take #2:
Wow! You're a pro, Gary! That looks awesome!
Thanks for doing it properly
^ Thanks, VLS--glad you enjoyed it. I wasn't sure if the "separator line" goes all the way down the body. None of the photos I've found on the Internet show a Bolian clothed with a low neck line. What do you think?
It's amazing what Photoshop can help you achieve... most of what I know came through learning from others on TBBS, figuring out what tools do what effects and how. Each image means more practice. This was a fun one to do.
How "the Shat" might have looked if he'd done a little more iron-pumping at the gym.
Another take on Gary Mitchell as Captain:
Dr. BlueShirt: Captain, I told you lay off the steroids. They make your penis shrink.
Some really fun Photoshopping there, Gary 7!
"Fun? You ready for some ****ing fun?" --George Carlin
I did this one last year, but I've improved upon it a bit to try blending Burt into the scene better (graduated blurring and adjustment of shading).
Another take on Gary Mitchell, this time in Kirk's green tunic. McCoy seems to approve.
Samantha Mumba as the Captain’s Woman in “Mirror, Mirror.”
Ann-Margret as Andrea in “What Are Little Girls Made Of?”
Avril Lavigne as Drusilla in “Bread and Circuses”:
Jacqueline Bisset as Nona in “A Private Little War”:
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