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searching for material for the uniforms and that's not easy. finding the Teal needed for my shoulder areas is actually hard. don't they have just plain TEAL out there? i've only found "dark teal" and that's not what i need. -__- black is easy to find. oh well, will find what i need soon enough. =^-^=
on another note... Star Trek: Tomorrow's Sphinx story. Commander Tasha Yar and a Borg Queen in a fight? that's not good news! but hey, it's bound to happen in the story...lol.…Continue
Added by Cera Dempsey on December 12, 2013 at 2:30pm — No Comments
I'm such a huge fan of the original THE DAY THE EARTH STOOD STILL that I approached the Keanu-Reeves-ified version -- released on this day in 2008 -- with a huge degree of skepticism. But, for all of its posturing, I actually enjoyed it quite a bit as a riff on the original all the…Continue
Added by Trekscribbler (aka Ed) (aka MOD) on December 12, 2013 at 2:00am — No Comments
Zienia Merton was born on this day back in 1945. She came to fame as astronaut Sandra Benes on the cult sci-fi TV show, SPACE: 1999, as well as a brief stint on the DOCTOR WHO spin-off, THE SARAH JANE ADVENTURES. Happy Birthday, Zienia!…Continue
Veteran character actor John Colicos had an impressive career, taking up significant roles in both the BATTLESTAR GALACTICA and our beloved STAR TREK franchises. In the original GALACTICA, he played Baltar, the…Continue
I came across this link, and thought that some of you might find it of interest:
Please don't think of this as me trying to use this site for my own Capitalist aims (although that is true), but rather, I'm sharing my latest accomplishment with all of my…
Gene Roddenberry originally had the idea to put a Klingon aboard the Enterprise NCC 1701-D as kind of an homage to one of the original series' central conflicts, and Michael Dorn won the part. Lucky for us, Dorn ended up being more than just set dressing,…Continue
Of all the STAR TREK first season episodes, I think the one that best demonstrated that Roddenberry wasn't always interested in sticking entirely to sci-fi stories 100% of the time was "The Conscience of a King." The episode aired on December 8, 1966, and it essentially was a morality play from start…Continue
That moment so, so many Trekkies, Trekkers, and general Trek enthusiasts had waited for -- had pined for -- finally came on this day in 1979 when Paramount Pictures proudly presented STAR TREK: THE MOTION PICTURE for theatrical engagement. There had been so many rumored starts and stops over the years since the…Continue
Hello Trekspacers! I hope we find you all well and full of joy during the holiday seasons!
Down to business! We are currently making some changes to Trekspace. We pay for the site to run free to you out of our pockets. As groups, photos and videos are uploaded, our bandwidth costs increase. In order to keep the site free to all and keep the site free from ads and other commercialism, we are going to delete older groups that have been unused for a long while, also if there are…Continue
Added by Administrator on December 6, 2013 at 8:44pm — No Comments
OK, I have a prop production question...
In regards to the Compression Phaser Rifle from ST: Voyager. There are basically two versions of the prop. I am wondering which version would be the most popular and there for the best to make the most of. I have…
Added by Trekscribbler (aka Ed) (aka MOD) on December 6, 2013 at 2:00am — No Comments
Sam J. Jones. The legendary Max von Sydow. The lovely Melody Anderson. And a young Timothy Dalton as Prince Baron. Yes, it was a cultural throwback, and, yes, it may have more of a cult movie status than it does mainstream, but 1980's FLASH GORDON was…Continue
Added by Trekscribbler (aka Ed) (aka MOD) on December 5, 2013 at 2:00am — No Comments
I'm not kidding myself: I know that I'm one of the rare few who actually enjoyed TRON: LEGACY. I'm okay with that. What I liked was that I thought it was an effective continuation of the character journey of Kevin Flynn. And Flynn was played in both the first film and its sequel by veteran actor Jeff…Continue
Added by Trekscribbler (aka Ed) (aka MOD) on December 4, 2013 at 2:00am — No Comments
Neelix: Actually, Captain, I'm not really familiar with the chickens in this system. But, if you can catch it, I can cook it.
Riker: I don't know why, but I know how: with pleasure, sir.
Worf: I don't know. KLINGON chickens do NOT cross roads.
HoloDoc: How should I know? No one tells me anything around here. I didn't even know we added chickens to the crew. All I know is that it would have been nice, BEFORE the chicken went off to the cross the road, if it…
Star Trek: Voyager--"Adverloruim E Pluribus Unium"
(exterior shot: The USS Voyager speeds through the uncharted Delta Quadrant on it's long journey home. She backfires twice.)
(Interior, bridge: The entire crew, except Torres and the Doctor, are there)
Janeway: Mr. Paris. Did you put in regular unleaded? I specifically told you to put in $20 worth of super duper ultra fantastic unleaded with Techron. That stuff ain't cheap you know.
Added by SEVEN on December 3, 2013 at 10:06am — No Comments
19) Worf: Klingons do *not* play tiddlywinks!
18) Picard: No, please, Mr. Data, do go on. I find your list of synonyms for 'extinct' fascinating...
17) Picard: It's too bad we don't live in an enlightened, civilized era like they had in the twentieth century.
16) Picard: Good work, Counselor. If you hadn't told us those aliens had hostile intent, we would have been completely fooled by their plan"
15) Geordi: Did you hear Wesley almost…Continue
Added by SEVEN on December 3, 2013 at 9:54am — No Comments
Hey folks! Happy holidays, and, in the spirit of giving, I stumbled across this cool high-class auction site this morning (called Invaluable.com). It covers some very high-brow 'collecting,' that's for sure, from all over the spectrum, and I stumbled across this little item (pictured above): Sherry Jackson's…Continue
Added by Trekscribbler (aka Ed) (aka MOD) on December 3, 2013 at 7:51am — No Comments
MONSTERS is one of those flicks that kinda/sorta came & went from theatres before anyone knew quite what to make of it (except the critics, of course). I didn't see in when it played in 2010 -- it opened on this day back then -- but I've subsequently seen it on…Continue
Added by Trekscribbler (aka Ed) (aka MOD) on December 3, 2013 at 2:00am — No Comments
Check! Well, my two are at least, lol. Don’t know about anyone else's. :p
On other news, ordered the patterns and combadge for my star trek uniform. Once that gets here in a week or two, I’ll start looking at fabric materials and such. Still have to figure out the materials for my Jedi Star Wars costume. Need to hit the forums there for advice and help. Do that tomorrow.
*rubs eyes* I hope I’m not getting a migraine... glad I got a neuro doctor appointment soon.…Continue
Added by Cera Dempsey on December 2, 2013 at 5:15pm — No Comments
I don't know what Charlize Theron was thinking when she signed on to such a forgettable project as 2005's AEON FLUX, which hit theatres on this day back then. Maybe she was hoping that the anime-inspired project would turn into a franchise? Well, it didn't ... and thank…Continue
Added by Trekscribbler (aka Ed) (aka MOD) on December 2, 2013 at 2:00am — No Comments