Raul

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About Raul

  • Rank
    Andorian Kumari-Class
  • Birthday November 4

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Carrara, Tuscany, Italy
  • Marital Status
  • Favorite Trek Movie
    First Contact
  • Favorite Trek Captain
    James T. Kirk
  • Favorite Trek Series
    The Original Series
  • Interests
    Star Trek

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  • Website URL
    http://comicmemories.altervista.org/
  1. Page 44 is online at Star Trek Comic Memories. Raul
  2. Page 43 is online at Star Trek Comic Memories. I've made a change to the original dialogs, changing "lithium cracking station" to "dilithium cracking station". Feedbacks are welcome. Raul
  3. After a busy period with my job, now I've again a small buffer of pages. I hope to publish the next one soon. Raul
  4. Page 42 is online at Star Trek Comic Memories. Raul
  5. Page 41 is online at Star Trek Comic Memories. Raul
  6. Page 40 is online at Star Trek Comic Memories. Raul
  7. Page 39 is online at Star Trek Comic Memories. Raul
  8. Page 38 is online at Star Trek Comic Memories. Raul
  9. Page 37 is online at Star Trek Comic Memories. Raul
  10. Page 36 is online at Star Trek Comic Memories. Raul
  11. Three small updates to page 1, 33 and 35. Page 1 have new title, Star Trek Comic Memories instead of Star Trek. Page 33, the lightning between Kirk and Mitchell has been replaced with a new one, I'm not sure of the result. Page 35, replaced the arrow on Mitchell with a bunch of kinetic lines. Even here I'm not sure of the result. The pages should be updated, anyway you can force an update pressing F5 or ctrl F5 or shift F5. Feedbacks are welcome. Raul
  12. Here some of the latest addition to Star Trek Comic Memories. The refit of the Enterprise (TOS) Cadet Nyota Uhura (TOS Kelvin) Neelix and Tuvok (Voyager) The DS9 crew Pain Elemental from Classic Doom inside the Enterprise (TOS) Beverly Crusher (TNG) Raul
  13. Page 35 is online at Star Trek Comic Memories. Raul
  14. Tic Tac Toom Toom... Once again, loving your sound FX. And of course, your editing skills; the facial expressions really capture the overall scene. Good choices. Thank you I think that it's not so difficult as it would appear, using screencaps as starting point it's a matter of patience and time... and a bit of skills of course in photoediting. It would be nice if someone else will do the same, or something better, with another episode...