T'Pol Makes First Contact [Star Trek] by chimera46 ()
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*Edit: After some of the feedback from you all I've made a new version here and given T'Pol SLIGHTLY more emotion through playing with the eyebrows. With T'pol it's a hard call between giving her an appealing emotive face and keeping her within her stoic Vulcan confines.
It looks like T'Pol knows how to handle first contact with an alien species (and their various appendages) better than Six does, she's come armed and has even managed to keep all her clothes on! Even in this state she keeps her cool Vulcan head on straight.
If you're just tuning in, this is a slightly different version of an image I posted recently that has my version of Six (from the show "Tripping The Rift") down in the hole instead of T'Pol here (from Star Trek: Enterprise). If you'd like to compare the two, you can click here.
A little derivative? Perhaps, all I can say is that I liked the set and setup so much I thought I'd take another crack at it.
All in all I like how this one came out, both the scene and this version of T'pol. I finally got to use Bandolin's "Enterprise" style phase pistol too, which is available at Vanishing Point for those who are interested. I tried the "ysaris" hair set from Daz for this one, with a little work by me to stretch the side-burns. It's not a perfect match for T'pol but pretty dammed close I'd say.
The skin texture and season one catsuit are courtesy of Porthos, and I think they both came out great here. You can't see it here but she even added a morph to flair out the catsuit legs, a great touch indeed. Thanks a bunch Mary!
[Comments are always welcome]
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My first thought on the commentary was "Porthos made the clothes? The DOG made the clothes?!" Perhaps watching Star Trek for forty years was a bit much for this old brain . . . [grin] Beautiful lighting and composition; obviously, the second time was the charm.