From my pile of unfinished stuff...
(When I dug it out, it only had one warp engine drawn).
I think the idea was that it was one giant warp drive (and not much else); able to get wherever it was needed in the shortest space of time.
I have an alternative version in the Sketchbook:
Eventually got my Black Box into position, the other week
This album is really good.
I drew this a *long* time ago,.
I think the idea was to draw a spaceplane that subsumed the functions of both the Shado Sky aircraft and the lunar interceptors.
These were launched from underground hangars, or from orbiting space stations; one of which resembling a giant revolver with six hangars in a carousel that rotated to provide the spacecraft access to an electromagnetic launch catapult.
I uploaded this a long time ago but it wasn't quite finished. It's been years but I finally got back to it and finished it.
Welcome back to Star Fleet (actually) Saturday,
I said last week that we would have some artwork. I've shared some of Grim1978's illustrations in the past and now he has some more:
- Angel of Death
- Who Will Come and Save Us Now?
Star Fleet (nearly) Saturday ...
Here are some colourful photos from Star Fleet collector; Yaco. :)
Next week, we're gonna have some artwork.
I had a bit of free time last weekend and I went through my old sketches folder and re-worked some of them a bit.
I have a few more on the way, including some new ones. :)
The Star Fleet blu-ray arrived this week. It's been out a while but, for various reasons, I didn't order it until recently.
Both UK and Japanese versions of the show are present on the disc.
Not only is the Japanese version of the series nicely subtitled; (including a 25th episode that was never adapted for a western audience), but so too is the 'preview show' short pilot episode. :)