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Star Trek: Daedalus by JamieTakahashi Star Trek: Daedalus by JamieTakahashi
Star Trek: Daedalus
My proposal for another Star Trek series. It would follow the USS Daedalus and the Federation through the Romulan War era, one of the great unexplored chapters in Trek history. One of the defining factors of the show would be that everything is lit much more realistically (but not so realistically that the ship is completely black in deep space).

Of course, the other series suggestion is Star Trek: Avenger, but that's a totally different story...

In any case, the picture of Earth is real and the Daedalus model was made by me.
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Navalwarfare Featured By Owner Jun 9, 2012
...Great, how would Makoto Takashi work out, any artwork of personnel, you do?
seebee077 Featured By Owner Jan 5, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
Fantastic art work it looks professional quality. This looks like it could be a screen shot from the title sequence. Perhaps Paramount should hire you.
JamieTakahashi Featured By Owner Jan 5, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I admit, it's a real stock photo of the Earth I used, but I did want it to have that title sequence feel. I'm glad you like it though haha God knows I wish they'd hire me to be part of the next series (whenever that comes along), though I'd rather act in it
Tuishimi Featured By Owner Nov 20, 2010
Daedalus class is a favorite of mine! I also love the Olympia class... (or class of that ship from TNG).
EcliptorCalrissian Featured By Owner Feb 6, 2009
I know I'd watch!

As for what I'd want a next Trek series to be about... Captain Sulu and the Excelsior!
JamieTakahashi Featured By Owner Feb 6, 2009  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Haha that would definitely be interesting. They really should go and do something about the lost era.
necropedal Featured By Owner Sep 22, 2008  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
P.S. Not that i hated Enterprise, but in my eyes I think that it failed to deliver the same quality as TNG & DS9
necropedal Featured By Owner Sep 22, 2008  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Realistically speaking it's fine on going backwards and finding out what lead to the events of the 24th century, but I think that Enterprise was the last straw.

When there are plenty of good story's to be told after Star Trek Nemesis, from all three 24th century shows points of view (just to name a few):
1: Like what is Will Riker's command on board the Titan like?
2: How will Picard adjust to his new senior Staff?
3: What happens to Voyager and all of her miscellaneous crew members?
4: Are the Borg gone, or were they just dealt a crippling blow? (Endgame)
5: Life aboard DS9 and the possibility of Sisko Returning from the Prophets?
6: The Alpha Quadrant post Dominion War?
7: The re-exploration of the Gamma Quadrant?
8: Section 31 and its future?
9: The Federations expansion with regards to the Temporal Accords?
10: Peace With the Romulans & Sela's whereabouts?
11: Martok's Reign as Chancellor?
12: More about the El-Aurian's?
the list goes on and on!
seebee077 Featured By Owner Jan 5, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
I agree that maybe it's time for Star Trek to look forward again and find out what happened after the events of the Dominion war and Nemesis. You brought many good questions that were left unanswered and would make great stories for a new Star Trek TV series. It would also be cool if Paramount would various TV mini-series to help fill in the gaps in the Trek universe like early Federation Pre-TOS, post TOS to pre TMP, post TMP era to pre TNG. I also like to know what the hell the Romulans were doing during the TMP era, and what did the Federation do to thwart their plans? The Klingons got most of the attention but I think the Romulans are equally compelling as a foe in their own right.
JamieTakahashi Featured By Owner Sep 22, 2008  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Those are plenty of interesting points, but for the first two, remember, Enterprise started in 2001 and Nemesis was in 2002. Also, a followup on Voyager would likely be quite bland because it would follow that the crew broke up and went on to different assignments. Case in point: Admiral Janeway. And the El-Aurians are almost all dead anyway so there's nothing much there. I agree that there are a lot of possibilities, but I still like Enterprise for what it is, and most of the historical "incongruities" can be explained away. Others, like the Borg and the Ferengi, have to be taken with a grain of salt and tossed over the shoulder.
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