Editor’s Note: I had scheduled this for this past Saturday (8/25) but for some reason it didn’t come up!! Here you go and NEXT week’s puzzle WILL be on Saturday, September 1st! Sorry about that! -Therese
Here’s this week’s edition of Name That Episode!
But first, last week’s answers:
- Spock’s penetrating gaze in The Omega Glory (well, that was an easy one!)
- Kirk’s face palm in The Immunity Syndrome (I was surprised this was so easy)
- McCoy looking around in The Squire of Gothos (this stumped many of you!)
And now this weeks stills — answers next Saturday!
By the way, as you read this I am at TreKonderga in Ticonderoga, NY! Watch for a post and pictures next week! LLAP All! Therese ❤ \\\///
I made this earlier this month when I was inspired by the old Rosie the Riveter poster! I hope to make more, but not sure how it would work with other female Trek characters. But Uhura works wonderfully! Enjoy!
Sorry I’m a little late this week — for this week’s Fan Art, here’s three lovely representations of Nurse Chapel, Lt. Uhura, and Yeoman Rand by artist Jason Potratz. Nice to see Yeoman Rand, who isn’t often seen in Fan Art, and I also like Uhura’s expression; as if she’s really about to give someone what for!
In honor of Women’s History Month, I can’t think of a better way to start than with this First Lady of Star Trek — Uhura! I love this pen work by pocketuti! Her eyes, the serene smile, perfection! ❤ (and pen is hard to draw with) The artist does many wonderful face portraits, check her out here.
Here’s my Halloween ‘toon from a couple years ago – Enjoy, and have a Happy All Hallows’ Eve!
I always wanted to do a Trek/Brady crossover! This came into my brain as I was dozing off the other night!
I’ve always been fascinated by the beautiful use of light and color on the Original Series. Those colored gels on what were really just grey walls gave the series a magical, yet cozy feel. For a sci-fi show on a tight budget, it gave the whole series a special nuance of calm; like stained glass windows in a church.
Inspired by this lighting magic, I started playing around with images on Photoshop the other night and created these ‘stained-glass’ images. I kept the faces clear of lines so as not to distract from their beauty.
I bet I’ll do a lot of these! (I’m even giving them their own category).Here’s Spock from Whom Gods Destroy and Uhura from The Tholian Web.
Enjoy the serenity, Therese ❤