Continued from... It's A Faaake! Not The Art Of Star Trek - Seeing Double
Well, I didn't use any of those photos from a couple of weeks ago (was it really that long ago?) for August's Art Challenge. This was mainly because I had to go haring around the countryside after Koromandis and th'Thanticar managed to escape to the woods and then to the chalk beds. Despite this, somehow I managed to take loads of photos of them (they're so patient) as they plotted their next move. And it's from those photos that I found one suitable for the art challenge.
This second batch came out much better than the first lot, so I didn't have to resort to adjusting the contrast and brightness etc.
But before we get to my challenge image, Koromandis and th'Thanticar are in danger of getting lost in the woods as they search for a way into a different environment:
Having found their way to the chalk beds, the two Starfleet Occult Operations officers plot their escape, hoping to signal their shuttlecraft using their appropriated crystal ball and divining stick.
In this image above, the two Occult Operations Officers are so intent on their work that they miss the shuttle back to their ship!
Below, they take shelter while working out what to do next, unaware that they're being watched...
|Uh, oh. What's that creature emerging from the |
So, here is my entry for the August Art Challenge, A Trek on the Wild Side: "Landing Party"...
… which won!
Previously on It's a Faaaake! Not The Art Of Star Trek:
August 2018 - Seeing Double
July 2018 - Revenge of the Baby-Sat
June 2018 - Making Money
March 2018 - Murder On The Dancefloor
February 2018 - Narwhal in a Spacesuit
December 2017 - Unfinished Business
November 2017 - Let's See Your OC!
October 2017 - Celebrate Good Times, Come On!
July 2017 - Walk Like An Egyptian
June 2017 - Foreign Relations
May 2017 - Driven to Distraction
February 2017 - Of Prophet's Tears and Verteron Nodes (plus the warm up: The Celestial Temple Cries Golden Tears)
December 2016 - "Did the plan fail, Edward?"
November 2016 - Winter Solstice
October 2016 - Twisted October: Star Trek Art Challenge