I almost forgot to put this stuff up from last weeks Goldsmith journey. This some of the treasures Mr. goldsmith gave to me during the three scoring sessions Over the years he did for First Contact, Insurrection, and Nemesis.
Archive for April 29th, 2009
For those of you who have been on this blog for a while knows my daughter Carlene is having chemo treatments for a Hodgkins lymphoma that was discovered around Christmas of last year. She is doing good and all is going well with her treatments, and she is handling everything with a smile. Here is her blog for anyone that wants to follow along with her on her Journey thru the treatments,and your welcome to send her any messages you want. Thanks again for all the prayers and good wishes that everyone here has sent our way!!!
Wow Thanks everybody for sending over all your links to some awesome work!!! I always get these calls and usually the pool of people I know are always busy so this might be a great way to do some groundbreaking for new talent. Once the approval start coming I’ll go thru everything again and work out how the project will go. there will be a lot of tech perimeters that will decide a lot of things and that will come from the group that is doing all the web page work. So thanks again for the outpouring of applications and look forward to more projects to pass along.
For the opening of Enterprise, two new ships had to be designed to bridge history with the future. Starting with a sailing ship called Enterprise, the opening credit sequence takes you through a journey of historical milestones that will eventually take you into space and lay witness to the world of the Enterprise and Star Trek.
From the shot of the International Space Station, a ship was called for to bridge the gap to the Phoenix warp ship. After the PHX, another more advanced ship was needed to carry us one step further before the big reveal of the star of the show, Doug Drexler’s Mighty NX-01. All the images presented on this post were the concepts that took us near and far to where we finally wound up. OK then, and with that I am going home now, so enjoy these drawings tomorrow.