Discussion in 'Fan Art' started by Geoff Thorne, May 28, 2009.
Nice to see you back on this! And I especially love the background in that pic!
Nice to see you still keeping the idea alive.
Awesome art! =O
I just went through this whole thread.
It's been a pleasure to look over all the OP's interpretations, the author conceptual drawings, and the contributions of others as well.
Problems in interpretation according to authoritative sources notwithstanding, I'd watch a show on TV using this realization of the characters. The likeness of the Trois has certainly been adequately captured, to my eye, which is arguably the hardest part. While I might advise further work on Will for an even better result, I'm especially impressed with Deanna, as is.
If the thread hadn't floated back to the top of the pile due to the recent activity, I never would have seen it, as it was originally created before I joined.
Just gone through the entire thread and WOW. This is awesome. I've not read Titan, but now you really got me wanting to pick it up. I hadn't realised that Riker had put so diverse a crew together, something that the books/comics and (hopefully) animated could excel at.
deanna's face in that last picture looks like klayman from the old original playstation game Skullmonkeys
(specifically wierd comment i know )
O/T was your Avatar inspired by old D&D art?
my avatar or someone else?
if me, no just a random drawing i did that turned into some kind of groovy space wizard. not really familiar with d&d stuff too well
Totally awesome thread. I've really enjoyed it.
Titan is my favorite series and all the pics are fantastic.
I like this. Hey--I wonder why none of the live action series had an insect, reptile, or animal character in uniform. I can see something like those coffee-drinking alien guys from Men In Black in mini-engineering outfits right now lol
^Men in Black had a much larger special-effects budget than a TV episode.
Right on! Those are some proper aliens!
You are an excellent cartoonist, Geoff!
You seem to have a strong flow of ideas, too.
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