Female, actually. There was also Klingon male ("a friend for Worf") and humans of both genders. Yep. He thought they looked "hokey". But, to be fair, he was also working off a mandate made by Gene Roddenberry that races we had seen before should not be seen too often. The original premise for TNG was that the Enterprise was going to be departing known space after solving the Farpoint mystery, and therefore would not be passing through Romulan, Klingon, Andorian or Tellarite space. So, Enterprise had a token Klingon, a few Vulcans and that was going to be it for TOS races. Holidaying Andorian on Risa by Therin of Andor, on Flickr It's a reuse of the costume and makeup made for the Lal episode. With antennae that were made out of wooden cotton spools, pilfered from the seamstress's workroom. The Andorians in TMP had slender tendrill-like antennae, made from a new type of "slip latex", then very expensive. TMP Female by Therin of Andor, on Flickr Similarly, the balding Andorian admiral featured in ST IV made use of state of the art latex work - on a motion picture budget - that enabled them to show off the antennae bases with no wig needed to hide the seams. UFP Councillor, ST IV by Therin of Andor, on Flickr Balding UFP Councillor, ST IV by Therin of Andor, on Flickr Late 1980s TV couldn't afford that, so they had to wait till miniaturization of radio control parts enabled relatively silent movement - and then really show bang for their makeup buck!