This one, well it’s entirely for kicks.
After putting together those Quantum Leap book covers, I revived an old sequel idea I had about 5 years ago for the classic (back off, haters) sci-fi film The Last Starfighter. Again, if the story was adapted to books rather than film, what might the covers look like? Well, I’ve been watching Star Trek Discovery and The Flash lately, among other shows, so I borrowed Doug Jones and Tom Cavanaugh (more accurately their faces) to create these paperback covers.
Lately I’ve been exercising my photoshop muscles and my creativity by constructing covers for paperbacks that do not exist. In this post, I have covers for a trilogy of Quantum Leap novels that continue the story from the television series. For more on what that story would look like, find a recent episode of Cosmic Potato: The Super Fan Talk Podcast where I appear as a guest alongside host Shawn Wray and very special guest Christopher DeFilippis (author of the Quantum Leap novel Foreknowledge) and ramble on about it.
Yes, this just happened.
To be fair, this alteration might already exist online somewhere, but I looked around for a bit and didn’t find it, so I made it myself.
I was hit by a fun idea recent;y, so I decided to hit it back by turning it into a series of images. These are Star Trek themed designs suitable for framing, or square coasters, or even tattoos if you’re feeling particularly saucy. I created four designs representing the classic recognizable divisions of Starfleet (plus the infamous and debatable Section 31 with custom made division emblem) and another four highlighting arguably the four most famous “villainous” alien races in Trek history.
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Just put together some new wallpapers for the iPhone 5, which can also be found in the image gallery on this blog. Both images are sized to fit the screen of an iPhone 5 without the need for cropping. The wallpapers are made under the Creative Commons License. All images used and composited to create these wallpapers are the property of the original artists, and no copyright infringement is intended. Please feel free to share this post, and/or the images presented.