Discussion in 'General Trek Discussion' started by Shaw, Apr 15, 2009.
Couldn't quite get the eyeline right on this one:
I love those painted styles! Anyone think they can do Kirk like the mona lisa??
Wow! This is fabulous. Don't suppose you could make one of Riker and Troi out to dinner? I'd love that!
Thanks WillsBabe! If I find a good pic to work with, Riker/Troi is definitely possible. I haven't fiddled such a pic before and since I always like to try something new, Riker/Troi could be a fun couple to work with.
Thanks, Tachyon. Apart from your excellent 'Shopping skills in that picture, I think the reason it woks well is because you chose such good images to use.
WOW!! I thought I was the last living fan of UFO! This made my day!
Beautiful PhotoShop of Jimmy. Any chance you have a larger or HD version of this? I'd love to print it as a 'keeper'!
Well, they aren't out and about, but perhaps at home in Alaska instead. So this is dedicated to you WillsBabe - my very first Imzadi fiddle. Hope you like it.
Do I like it? I adore it! It's fabulous. Thank you so much, Tachyon. Thank you.
Obviously they've just met a very nice young lady, Chekov's looking at her eyes, whilst Kirk is looking....elsewhere.
I would hope on a starship pants are compulsory. At least for the men.
Great image ITL. In fact the only thing more impressive than the level of skill shown on these pages is the level of imagination.
SUPRISE CAMEO!!! Shatner takes a flying leap!
I'd love to see a scene from Curb Your enthusiasm done in Star Trek style
Good one! The young Shatner would've made a great Stanley Tweedle.
Jadzia/deanna troi bunny suit photomanip kiss?
I am very much in awe of the work on display here. I am just getting to grips with the "sharpen" tool for 140 x 140 avatars!
Ah, if only Steve Ihnat had a chance to reprise his role as Captain Garth (after rehabilitation).
^I love that.
Thanks. It was hard to find a Garth image with enough detail to blend into the HD image--I was glad to have found it and fit so right with his line of sight.
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