Here’s this week’s official Fan Art Friday — This is such a phenomenal piece I couldn’t wait to share it with you —
One aspect of the Original Series production design that always intrigued me was the use of openwork grids as dividers in crew quarters, engineering, and other areas on The Enterprise and sometimes on planets.
Sorry I’m late today with Weekly Spock. I’m probably not going to post too much this week; my family and I are starting the housekeeping of my Mom’s things. It will take a while off and on throughout this year, but it’s good to get started. I know she’s watching over all of us - :-)
With Mom in mind, here’s some family time with Spock and Amanda. I have to say, I was always glad…
This is totally adorable! A fun whimsical piece by Bolkonsky on DeviantArt I appreciate that she acknowledged that New Kirk and McCoy have totally different eye colors than the original!
A little shout out to my new pals at Nimoyette/Spockette on Facebook for linking me to these nice pictures and article about Mr. Nimoy’s home in Bel Air. An interesting place, definitely, although more museum-ish than cozy. I’d like to know the story behind what appears to be a burned out cello behind him. I love the tea house!
You can see the full article here.
Here’s a great piece by Stumpaa on DeviantArt —A little something to remind Kirk that there is no “I” in Team!
Well Kids, I was thinking about the greatest rock n’ roll band ever the other day and found myself combining my two favorite 60′s pop icons again…
Here’s the original!
Even though Trek was over by 1969, Nimoy’s popularity was soaring from its syndication and exposure in Mission Impossible. A shame Baffled didn’t get farther that a pilot, that would have been a fun show. But Nimoy’s credits notwithstanding, he was and is always Number 1 with his fans.
Soaking wet in ‘Baffled’
“I had to get my picture with Leonard Nimoy, even if I disturb his…
As you seen in previous FArFri , I’ve posted the work of artist Tafafa and her gorgeous renderings of Leonard Nimoy as himself and other characters. Tafafa has admitted on her DeviantArt page that she’s totally fascinated with Nimoy’s features, and aren’t we lucky that she captures him so beautifully? As a Birthday Week Special, I’m posting a bunch of her Nimoy studies– from kid to…
Well, Kids, it took a little longer than expected, but I’m still 20 minutes inside March 26th!
Hey Kids — I haven’t forgotten what today is—Leonard is 83! In fact, I’ve been working on a TreKomic for much of today, but it’s so BIG I’m going to have to re-size it!
Since this is Leonard Nimoy Birthday Week, I couldn’t think of a better way to start off than having Mr. Nimoy in his birthday suit…well, half of it!
Nimoy did eight episodes of the Lloyd Bridges series Sea Hunt. Here’s screencaps from one of his most au natural appearances The Shipwreck(1958) Nimoy plays Vince, a newlywed trapped with his whiny wife, an old man, and Mike Nelson…
Our fellow scrapper Corylea gently pointed out to me that last Saturday was Bill Shatner’s Birthday! I knew this somewhere in the back of my brain, but I’ve been very busy lately with work and projects.
This is a marvelous series of Fan Art by artist Ayumi Lemura on Deviant Art. Kind of like what the whole main crew of the Enterprise in Assignment: Earth again, but this time in the 21st Century! Heck, I want to see this episode! Each character’s ‘cover’ works so well with their personalities. Great Job!