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This is my third comic book adaptation. This one is taken from IDW Comic's short story called 'Jellico', but I have subsituted the USS Cairo for the USS Xavier (as I often like to do). I chose this because I thought it was a cool little scrap with interesting angles and one of the few pictures I do featuring actors. I managed to find the original shot of Captain Jellico that the artist obviously copied from. For his first officer, Commander Leslie Wong, I used the likeness of actress Stephanie Jacobsen as I thought she would best fit the role.
This is my second comic book render adaptation, taken from the old 1985 DC Star Trek comic of the 'Mirror Universe Saga'. The original image is not a cover, but a screen from within the comic. Apologies for the bad quality, but it's the best image of it I could find. I think this particular screen is from the issue #9: "...Promises To Keep"
Models were created by me in Sketchup and rendered in Kerkythea.
I've finally gotten around to finishing my Sketchup Klingon Bird of Prey. I've worked hard on this one and have tried my best to make it the best one in the Sketchup warehouse: 3dwarehouse.sketchup.com/model… I used a very funky 'Klingon Welcome Screen' background from LCARS 47: 3dwarehouse.sketchup.com/model… so thanks to them for that.