It is with a heavy heart I must concede that my trusty Packard Bell OneTwo PC is no longer up to the task of running the programs I need to produce my graphics works I hope you all enjoy. She has spent thousands of hours keeping up with me, but is now blue screening with so much regularity, it is no longer fun to work on my graphics. I have done my best to resolve the issue, but at 6 years old, going on 7, she’s passed her prime. That is why I am here, cap in hand, looking to see if some of you would be gracious enough to help me with the cost of a replacement. My salary in my day job isn’t up to the task and without a replacement, my graphics work will cease at the moment of death for my current PC.
The reasons why I cannot afford the replacement on my own are numerous. Believe me, I wish I didn’t need to resort to Gofundme, but if I’m to continue with my work and also continue supporting fan films, I have no other choice.
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It is with immense pleasure I can announce that I was informed today by Ex Astris Scienta that they have awarded me with one of their rare Excellentia Awards.
Today is a good day to celebrate! Qapla’!
If you have never heard of Ex Astris Scienta, I urge you to go take a look. It has been a place of knowledge and discovery since time immortal, or so it seems.
The U.S.S. Korolev, lead ship of the Korolev class. Registry NCC-1421. One of the ships seen in Prelude to Axanar
Hopefully we get to see more of her and her stable-mates on the small screen. But for now, enjoy this MSD!
Hey folks, it’s been a busy time lately with stuff not LCARS related. A couple of months ago, I released the following on the Axanar facebook. I thought it was time for them to be shown here.
The USS Geronimo after getting a pasting from the Klingons.
The display from a while before the battle.
And for those who missed my previous AXANAR images:
No, I’m not going to go into the politics of the lawsuit. Instead I’m going to post something nice and positive.
So, I’ve learned a heck of a lot in making MSDs since I did my first ones. So I am slowly re-fitting my older MSDs to fit my current design aesthetic.
The Ambassador class was first in line, now it’s the turn of the Sabre class.
You know you’re doing something right when your work is reviewed in a Podcast 😀
Priority One Podcast did me the honour!
Beam on over and listen to their great Podcasts!
(And for the cynics amongst you, no, I’m not getting a cut or any such. I only found out when they posted a link in my “Refitting a Classic” post you will see if you scroll down a little.)