Discussion in 'Fan Art' started by B.J., Sep 8, 2010.
LOL! That's awesome!
I posted this in the Gen Trek Photoshop thread the other day:
Good day to you, sah!
interesting and funny art there
I really like the three tiered concept. An idea. Move it up then back on a wide shallow pylon, with nacelle supports that reach out and down, with the true secondary hull having supports that reach out and up. The sensor/weapons pod becomes a thru-deck shuttle bay larger than on any other design...
Time to dig this thread back up.....
Just had a bit of inspiration of combining Angry Birds with my Alma Mater, Georgia Tech.
How 'bout a Trek version - Angry Tribbles?
Just mixing and matching different items to depict a tunic and pants ensemble for female crew during the "TOS" era.
The tunic is Oshikai's "retro-skirt" with the hip group removed. Clever fellow markets it as a "generic" 60s micro-dress, but he offers an "add-on" that turns it into the famous (infamous?) mini-skirt uniform complete with chevron and rank braids. I found some pants with a leg "flare" morph and a high enough waistline to hide an otherwise bare mid-riff. Though it technically has creases and pockets (Oh no!), the velvet shader I applied hides the worst of those "non canon" details.
Who is she? Eh, hell if I know. Hmm, wait, hellifiknow, 'ellafino, ah, Ella Phino! Why not?
Very nice! Does she have a phone number?
I take it you approve?
Nicely done! Is that The Girl?
Aiko 3, actually. I used one of Sarsa and Thorne's face mophs mixed with some custom settings to create the (relatively) non-anime features depicted in this render.
This was my first foray into CAD that a friend colored for me:
^Neat! Kinda the opposite of what usually happens today, though. Most things that are done with both traditional and digital tools are drawn by hand and colored in the computer.
Now that is a very awesome art of the TOS Enterprise
Has a touching nostalgic feel to it. I think it's the use of the colored pencils (I'm assuming that's the final medium).
I seem to generally do things backwards.
Homage to my favourite film. And fave battle scene ever.
Thats actually pretty cool, and not quite as cartoony as lots of other GoAnimate stuff I see.
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