rattler2 wrote: »
You can technically get Picard's jacket already if you have the Open Jacket uniforms.
Yang Xiao Long wrote:
I can't take it anymore! Could everyone just chill out for two seconds before something CRAZY happens again?!
Put me down for "Other" as my suggestions are:
1. Add new male Hair. Federation Male Characters should have the option for "Short Swoop" found in the Romulan faction. Heck, Ansem Mount's Christopher Pike, Harry Treadaway's Narek, Elnor, and Lorca's hair should be avaliable. Hell even add them for KDF and Romulan. Male characters are badly needing non-elderly hair styles. It makes sense to have these hair styles since they start out as Cadets in the story.
2. More cape options. KDF's long cape looks great but its only on the Honor Guard. Competitive capes should have a longer version and the Federation Competitive double shoulder should have a cape option as well. Romulans need smaller Shoulder options on the competitive dual shoulders.
3. Remove the two dark rings around the neck on the characters when they have their necks exposed.
4. More helmet/hat options as well! Fedoras, barrette, and even the Kelvin Timeline Officer Peaked hats.
5. For Cochrain's anniversary weapons Worf's purple Bazooka from Star Trek Insurrection. Also a pistol like 1911.
Could be worse, I could be asking for that sweet buggy ride from the Star Trek Nemesis movie.
kiralyn wrote: »
seaofsorrows wrote: »
I want these..
Maybe it's just that picture, but those look so stiff & uncomfortable. The yellow one looks like vinyl car seat upholstery.
seaofsorrows wrote: »
I want these..
duasyn wrote: »
If only there were pictures so I could choose properly... oh well... bomber jacket sounds cool!
zedbrightlander1 wrote: »
How many uniforms already exist in Star Fleet ?
captaincelestial wrote: »
I'd like to get the original uniforms from The Cage/Where No Man Has Gone Before TOS pilot episodes. The variations can be put into a bundle (TOS Pilot Uniform Bundle).
Using the Wrath of Khan turtle necks sort of come close, but ribbing for the collar needs to be narrower, and we need rank stripes near the ends of the sleeves. Uniforms for women have folded down collars in a v-trim. The Excursion jackets are like the TMP jackets that Kirk and company wore to visit V'GER (it would be with two versions, open and closed like the Wrath of Khan officer jackets).
Both the first and second clips show the original crew overalls (blue for the chief medical officer, tan for the transporter crewman; with the United Earth symbol).
Third clip shows either a dress uniform or an admiral's uniform. And there's some robe options for Orions.
The last video has better rank stripes (when the costumes received an upgrade), to better distinguish ranks of the crew.
Anyways, I think the next uniform is going to be from the time that Picard retired, but then again it could be the Disco-Constitution uniforms.
tmassx wrote: »
ENT/Nemesis Romulan uniforms.
ishigami2 wrote: »
Or Crusher's lab coat:
spiritborn wrote: »
> @angrytarg said:
> > @claudiusdk said:
> > (Image)
> > Romulan uniforms from Nemesis, aswell as the guard uniform in the background.
> That's too roman. Romulans are Samurai now
There was always a bit of an far east element to the romulan, with them being stand ins for communist China. Also in tng thru to Voyager we saw pretty much only romuland from the capital or those from the military.
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shadowfang240 wrote: »
no, someone did their research very well, because roddenberry originally wanted them as a 60s chicom allegory - but he liked schneider's space roman concept enough that that's what they ultimately went with
Gene Roddenberry, interested in ancient Rome himself, approved of the initial depiction of the Romulan species. "He loved Paul's having endowed the enemy-Romulans with the militaristic character of the ancient Romans," wrote John D.F. Black and Mary Black. (Star Trek: The Magazine Volume 2, Issue 11, p. 19) Roddenberry's original concept of the Romulans, however, was that they represented 1960s' Chinese Communists. (Star Trek Nemesis hardback ed., p. xx)