Monthly Archives: October 2014

Happy Halloween!

(In case you missed it from last year…) Have a fun day, everyone! Halloween Leftovers

My Weekly Spock: Leonard, the Youth.

What a fine young man!  Is it me or is his right ear sticking out more than usual here?


Rigoletto Looks Awfully Familiar…

This weekend, our local Opera company, Tri-Cities Opera is presenting their first opera of the season —Rigoletto.   I’d love to see it if I had the time (and money) yet, oddly, the thing that struck me immediately about its poster art was the main character.   Does anyone else see an old Leonard Nimoy under the clown makeup here? (Blue eyes notwithstanding)

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FArFri: More Classic TOS Portraits (Kirk,Spock, McCoy) by Jason Cheeseman Mayer

Here’s the rest of the current TOS portraits by Jason Cheeseman Mayer .   I love the poses he chose and especially McCoy’s eyes!  I hope he does Chapel, Rand, Scotty, and Chekov!

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My Weekly Spock: Right Side

Sorry I’m late this week Kids! Getting very busy with work!  Here’s some smooth Leonard for you, let’s just get on his ‘right’ side.  🙂


FArFri: Classic TOS Portraits (Part I: Sulu and Uhura) by Jason Cheeseman Mayer

For this (and next) week’s fan art, I’ve found some wonderfully rich portraits of the TOS cast by artist Jason Cheeseman Mayer (jason cm) on DeviantArt. This week we have Sulu and Uhura.  I love the poses he chose and how beautiful he  makes the eyes.  More next week!sulu03med_by_jasoncm-d81fdcx


#59 The Paradise Syndrome

As I finished this, I realized I had subconsciously made a couple of pyramids; or more accurately, teepees.  The three Kirks here form a triangle, and Earth Mother Miramanee forms a loving triangle around her beloved Kirok.  🙂

Of course the great triangular obelisk lurks in the background; that must have cost a pretty penny for a big prop that would only be used once!

I think Sabina Scharf was gorgeous as Miramanee, even if her skirt was inaccurately short!

59 The Paradise Syndrome