Discussion in 'Fan Productions' started by TK421, Dec 13, 2008.
Synergistic dementedness, anyway.
I suspect that's descriptive of some of the better creative environments. At least, that's my story and I'm sticking to it.
Cast members from "Starship Exeter: The Tressaurian Intersection" at the Big Bend, Texas location used for planet Corinth IV.
L to R: Holly Guess (playing Jo Harris), Elizabeth Wheat (Vandi Richards), and Jimm Johnson (Captain Garrovick).
I envy them that location...though not the rain.
Actually, I think the rain really sold the location.
I agree. Rain can be quite atmospheric.
Where was this again? I think some of the same location was used in Predators.
It worked for the show, but I don't envy them working in it. From what I've seen of that location, the landscape would be ideal for a Star Trek-type alien world under any circumstances.
Wow, great pictures, the color just jumps off the screen!!!! Yes the rain added to the effect of a ship crashlanding on Corinth IV!
Pssssssst.... please post some more great pictures from this episode. I would like to make a DVD jacket for the DVD holder with some of these great shots.
Hmm...you know, Holly's tunic is pretty clingy there with the rain and all. You got this shot in a higher resolution?
Actually, there is a DVD cover already designed. I just ran across it the other day. Not to be released til the show is done, though.
In fact, I do!
Good ol' reliable STAR TREK! The ladies are gorgeous!
Wet tunic contest?
Just caught up on the last 10 pages of posts or so and I'm so encouraged by what Maurice is doing and the support most posters are showing for the project.
It's VERY exciting to see the work coming along on Act IV. It's gonna be GREAT
A great BIG THANKS to Maurice and everyone else who has anything going on with Act IV.
Dude, I'm soo sorry! Your mind works just like mine!
Don't make fun of the holy goose.
Guess you're just waiting around for his will to come to pass. (short for hell). No, not Rodenberry's.
Her won't. Short for hurt.
BTW shit = she + it , orig. ?
It's in the bible. No, not the Star Trek bible.
Glad you're excited. I wish I could actually show you something significant, but, really, it's hard to do without spoiling the story's climax.
More like wet everything!
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