Discussion in 'General Trek Discussion' started by Shaw, Apr 15, 2009.
The Doctor as the Doctor.
Ships Councillor, T'Jen... Half Vulcan, half Betazoid, and doubly confused by either race. She tries to follow her Vulcan heritage, but is constantly confused and bewildered by the emotions she can sense from her shipmates...
Interesting hairdo Kirk has there. I like your Doctor Doctor.
Great to see Gabe's Big E on the poster! Good job!
I would have, but I'm doing another one that focuses on races as opposed to characters, and I want to use the Q for the Q on that one. Unfortunately, this one won't work out so well given the extremely limited options for some of the letters, especially U.
While regulars took priority when I chose the characters, it wasn't limited to just regulars. Otherwise I wouldn't be able to finish it.
Hmm, now that you mention it Ilia does seem like a better choice.
Oh, I already used MA to make a list of what I want to use, that's all done. My point was that the limited choices mean I'll have to use an obscure one-episode race no one knows the name of.
Ah. Gotya. Well, there's no reason why your poster can't be educational too.
Just finished TrekABC v2:
For a few I was forced to go with an obscure single-episode race. I, U, W and Z, for example.
ENT Andorians/Gorn would've looked better I think
TOS Gorn is best; that is the Gorn. Any TOS or ENT Andorian is fine, although it looks like you have the Orion spy in place of an Andorian there.
Hmm, you're right. Oops...
Methos, this is really great! You got the shadows and lighting just right. Looks almost authentic, although his head appears like it's just a tad small relative to his hands. Otherwise, very nicely done
Oh my god that's brilliant! Do you have a high res version? Would make a great poster
The biggest I have is this one - same size as the film poster I worked from.
THAT IS SO COOL!
Fantastic work, ITL! Really works. Must have been a lot of work creating the uniform to match.
Not too difficult, really. Copying, pasting, masking, rotating, resizing, blending...
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