My first thought was that they had indeed chosen to ignore the Lower Decks uniforms, but I suppose it's no more different than the early TNG...
And all the posters used Serpentine for the "Star Trek" wordmark. That's what I would probably use for Picard.
Yeah, and the unused Generations uniforms as well.
You may be right that we won't see these in live action, but it's a shame because I think they look great.
Although it's possible they coexisted with the FC uniforms, Lower Decks is set in 2380 and features a new uniform style.
Could've gone with "Discovery Class" I suppose.
It's possible that the panels are color coded in different shades to simplify replacement somehow.
No, but it could work well as an animated series.
TV episodes occasionally get a limited release in theaters. Doctor Who's Christmas specials are a good example. There's no reason they couldn't do...
For the D7 bridge, we've seen D7 bridges in TOS, TAS, Voyager, and Discovery, along with the K't'inga bridge in TMP. Just about the only thing...
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Two and five are my favorites, but I might like 1 more without the serif on the "S" and with the cutouts removed or enlarged.
There was one lift with double doors in TSFS and another in TVH's hospital scene. Those don't really count though.
I believe this has parallels in British history (Martin likes to parallel history). When Parliament wasn't happy with James II, they invited...
I'd probably go for the more futuristic look as long as it mostly matches what we see on screen. I think making it look like a synthetic fabric is...
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