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Posts Tagged ‘Eaves’

Eaves: Working on Star Trek Was Fun

Friday, January 7th, 2011

In the quarter century that he was worked in Hollywood, his time on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine and then Star Trek: Enterprise was the most fun for production artist John Eaves.

Eaves had to wait a bit before his chance to work full-time on Deep Space Nine came about. “It was 1992/1993 and I was just making the transition from the model shop to the art department when DS9 was in the works,” said Eaves. “My friend Phil Edgerly was working with production designer Herman Zimmerman on some side projects, and he set up a meeting between Herman and I. Herman had me bring in some movie miniatures and a handful of drawings from SeaQuest DSV to show him. Sadly, the art department was already full, but he told me he’d keep me in mind if anything changed and they needed somebody else”

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Shatner Launches Own Social Network

Tuesday, March 9th, 2010

William Shatner is the spokesperson for a new Sci-Fi social network called MyOuterSpace.

MyOuterSpace seeks creative people with a passion for the arts, who are Sci-Fi, Horror or Fantasy fans, or who are looking for a career in those fields.

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Riverside Ship Yards Art

Wednesday, June 10th, 2009

Illustrator John Eaves has posted some of his early designs for the Riverside ship yards from Star Trek XI.

As reported atEaves’ blog,the ship yards in San Francisco were the inspiration for the Riverside ship yards. “I was still working on the Perpetual ST online when I started on the new Trek movie and during the ship phase of the project, Todd Ramon, Ryan Denning, and I were contemplating the designs for the Earthbound San Francisco ship yards,” said Eaves. (more…)

Drop In At Eaves’ New Blog

Monday, March 30th, 2009

Designer-illustrator John Eaves has begun a new blog, where he shares his artwork and experiences working over the years on Star Trek as well as on other projects.

As seen at Eavesdropping with Johnny, fans of Eaves can see samples of various ships, and look forward to a “Starship of the day,” where a different starship, such as a recent entry featuring a small Cardassian fighter, is offered daily. (more…)