Discussion in 'Fan Art' started by deg3D, Aug 27, 2009.
Indeed it does, thanks, bud!
I do really like this, i actually think the JJprise (which i've .really. warmed to) could do with a simple retexure based on this lovely model.
Hey, thanks, steven87gill.
Been a while, new piece:
Heart of the Sunrise
Title is from one of my favorite YES songs.
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It's only a model. - Patsy, Monty Python and the Holy Grail
Welcome back and Awesome art
deg, that is jaw dropping. Well done.
Loving the pretty.
Nice one Deg.
One of the best...
Thanks much, guys! Glad you enjoy it so much! Makes it all the more worthwhile to do, eh.
The Corbomite Maneuver
Wow, over a year and a quarter since I created a new TOS.5 piece...
My take on the classic Kirk's bluff poker episode of TOS.
peace & bananas | deg
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Wow. Now that is just lovely. It feels so solid.
OMG, totally fantastic. I remember that episode quite well, one of my favorites. Great work.
I so very much like this version of the 1701, great job and uh.. MORE!!
Please pardon me while I squee.
Thank you, Deg -- it's beautiful. You've obviously improved upon the Remastered version, too! What does the little Fesarius look like?
Re: The Corbomite Maneuver
Very interesting approach to the Fersarius. With the actual filming miniature, simple spheroids were used (supposedly, ping pong balls). In the "remastered", the spheroids became geodesic domes. Deg, too has opted for faceted domes, but he employs a series of outer flanges that instantly eliminates any confusion between his images and those in the "remastered" episode. In the thumbnail, they remind me of a pile of "button cell" batteries like the type found in miniature hearing aids.
I know this is a bit "necro", but OMG...what a magnificent render!!!
They should have hired you do to the FX for the Abrams films!
Awesome as ever... just stunning work.
Thanks, guys, glad you enjoy me work! Makes it all the more better to create when others enjoy it as much as I do, too.
You may want to pick up the 2013 Star Trek: Ship Of The Line calendar next year then, Ian, as this alt version of “... a tall ship ...” will be my contribution for that year.
Thanks again, guys!
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