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Star Trek Series 2 - 12 by chirinstock Star Trek Series 2 - 12 by chirinstock
The second away-mission.
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CR99nut Featured By Owner Jul 30, 2013

Although I grew a bit tired of Star Trek over the years, your various cosplay forays have re-ignited my interest a bit. (So have some of the CGI artists who make some very interesting starship imagery, but that's a different tale...) Your attention to detail & the fun you appear to have really make these exciting to view. (Sure, it helps that you're all very attractive, too, just like most of the women on the original series, but I'm talking more about the time and care you devote to setting everything up and getting into character.) The makeup & costume are perfect; your Andorian looks even better than those in the actual series!


Given that these are stock photos, I'm impressed that they still seem to tell a story or two (or three!). In this particular one, I love the emotion that seems to play across her face... I almost get a sense that she's lost contact with her orbiting starship, and senses that she's been left behind (which continues to picture 2-13, highlighting her solitude). Maybe the reality was more mundane than that; perhaps Ona/Nasrin was just squinting due to the combination of sunlight and wind! But acting or reacting, it made for a great photo.


Ordered a print of this one, and am eager for the next week or two to pass so that I can see it! :)

chirinstock Featured By Owner Aug 4, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Hi there - thanks for taking the time to comment!

I'm glad you like the series - particularly that you see some manner of storyline - while we don't storyboard it, we certainly have ideas in our heads around each of the shoots and what could be happening - and we definitely have fun doing it!

Facial expressions are pretty 'take what you can get' - I would almost bet nasrin was trying to calculate how much longer we had of sunlight here and whether there was enough time to stop at the cafe before it closed (there was :) )


CR99nut Featured By Owner Aug 4, 2013
That reminds me of an old magazine interview with one of the original Star Trek guest stars... he relayed an anecdote about being asked what he was thinking to create impassioned emotion for his death scene: he just wanted to get the scene shot so that he could get a sandwich before the commissary closed. Ah, the 'magic' of Hollywood!

Oh, thanks back to you for taking time to respond; I know you both don't always have time to respond to every comment (and you do get so many of them). :)
dead82 Featured By Owner Sep 24, 2011  Hobbyist Interface Designer
VeliciaL Featured By Owner Jan 26, 2010
Love the lighting in this one :)
Brave-Toastless-Loki Featured By Owner Nov 4, 2009  Hobbyist General Artist
What kind of body paint do you use? :0
It looks so natural; I'm impressed!
Raeklore Featured By Owner May 9, 2009
I like this shot. Very natural. Love the lighting.
Of course, I always was a fan of the Andorians. Where'd you get the antenna?
we-r-nomad Featured By Owner Jan 19, 2009
Amazing use of natural lighting. The sun showcases her bosom nicely here.
VMJML1er Featured By Owner Oct 22, 2008   Digital Artist
trop belle
shukym Featured By Owner Aug 2, 2008
I made a little animation inspired by this pose.

Thanks BTW.

Ref below

JohnSlaughter Featured By Owner May 20, 2008  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I always liked the Andorians. Not enough of them in the later series' though, but then bam! Lots in Enterprise. It's almost like they went extinct sometime between Kirk and Picard.
Captain34 Featured By Owner May 19, 2008
You really should add this to your "prints" gallery. :-D
DarkRavenII Featured By Owner May 18, 2008
The sexiest woman on Earth now comes in blue! :heart:
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