Something I haven't seen discussed much is what kind of art style would be best for either Lower Decks or the Nickelodeon cartoon. Now I don't really have anything to say about Lower Decks, but I guess everything I'm about to say could apply to it as well. So I see three main styles that could be used. The first being 3D animation. This would seem to be the obvious choice, especially as the Hageman brothers who are producing the series are also producers on Trollhunters for Netflix. The downside here is the cost. Trollhunters has the advantage of mostly using the same characters and locations in each episode, which keeps production costs down. A Star Trek series will probably feature new locations and aliens on a regular basis. The second option would be a related one, cel-shaded 3D. This is when the characters and environments are all 3D models, but rendered to look like traditional cartoons. The best looking example probably being The Dragon Prince. Done right this method can look great, but done badly it can look very cheap (Star Wars: Resistance, for example). And finally, there's good old traditional 2D animation. There are many examples of it, even today. But my personal pick for a style I think could work is something similar to Star Wars: Galaxy of Adventure. Now the animation in these shorts is a little more limited than what I imagine a full TV series will have, but I find the art style to be quite aesthetically pleasing. Well, those are my thoughts. What are yours?