Star Dancer
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03/11/23 - 2001 Bernard Doove

The tragic end of Warrant Officer Sherlock. After heroically rescuing Valjean Sherlock is blown out into space when Star shatters S17's Ops Center view ports.

03/11/23 - 2000 Danna E. Whitney

My first commission piece! Left to right: Snowflake, Professor Moseivitch, myself, Darkstar, and Kit. Danna, a very talented artist, is available to do commissions. If you're interested, please e-mail her.

03/11/23 - 2000 Danna E. Whitney

At very long last I finally got a scan of the color version Danna did. Great job!

03/11/23 - 2002 Mark Parsons

While at Anthrocon, Bernard asked the immensely talented Gideon to do a sketch of Shir Tefty since he's known for drawing busty, full figured females. The result, I confess, is not exactly as I imagined hir- shi's too buff and not pudgy enough- but even so it's a damn fine picture. My hat's off to you, Gideon.

03/11/23 - 2000 Terry Knight

Chakat Darkstar. As shi appears today and as shi was many years ago on Hadris Two.

03/11/23 - 2000 Terry Knight

An initial study of several characters. Top row, left to right: Professor Fyodor Moseivitch and Dr. Ito Janek. Bottom row: Chakat Aurora and Dr. Nova Stallis.

03/11/23 - 2000 Terry Knight

Professor Moseivitch's head just didn't look right so Terry changed it. Dr. Janek's skin was supposed to be black (which wasn't Terry's fault; I'd changed the description). Aurora, despite being Darkstar's granddaughter, had no lynx characteristics. Final version, cleaned, inked, and looking great.

03/11/23 - 2000 Terry Knight

Darkstar confronts Fyodor in his cabin, from Chapter 2. Fyodor's head looks funny and his pose is a bit off, as if he's slouching. Darkstar's lower jaw is too long and hir lower back humps up.

03/11/23 - 2000 Terry Knight

Darkstar looks great, and so does Fyodor- except that his expression really doesn't suit the mood of the scene (even he can't keep smiling while Darkstar rips him a new one).

03/11/23 - 2000 Terry Knight

Final version, inked and with background. Fyodor's expression is appropriately somber.

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