|14 Nov 2007|| Kim Taylor|
yep, that's star trek alright, the Enterprise can't go anywhere without something breaking down. I'm a bit of a fan of trek too, though the one thing that struck me about it was the lack of non humanoid crew members, which was a pity, but i do like your chakat creature; i bet he/she would be good in security, having a cat-like body would mean that it could move very fast, and pounce on its prisoners. Henrik Sabelkatten Giese
replies: "I tried to con the GM of the ST game I'm playing now to allow me to play a chakat - I got a "no" because I couldn't show any pictures of one in any TV episode...(sigh) Like a weekly show would spend the money for the CGI needed for that!Btw chakats are created by Bernard Doove, I forgot to add that note in the description."
|14 Nov 2007|| John R Farley Jr|
Ah, yes. Well if it's got "Star Trek" in the title I'm gonna take a look. And it wouldn't be Star Trek without someone messing around with a loose panel near the engine room or Jefferies Tube. I like the guy in the backgound though, only because that is a hard pose to draw and you did it pretty good. Henrik Sabelkatten Giese
replies: "The funny thing is that the guy in the background was just added to fill out the picture, and then turned out better than the chakat in front... Maybe I'll try to redraw it."
|17 Sep 2008|| Heidi Hecht|
Hahaha! I love the lion-thing (chakat?). It’s fun and different to see a creature that isn’t strictly humanoid in a Starfleet uniform. This should be in Fan Art if it’s Star Trek, but don’t worry, I won’t report it.
|30 Nov 2008|| Jeff Aatheus Orr|
(S)he could be related to the Caitians.
http://startrek.wikia.com/wiki/Caitian Henrik Sabelkatten Giese
replies: "I actually ended up playing a Caitian in the campaign. As for relationship... Nah, I was thinking more of a designed race like the "real" Chakats."