The Burke chairs come up frequently on ebay unless you are talking about the back part.
The "someone" creating the buttons in the auxiliary control panels photos above is ME and yes; those are the same style ice-trays used in the original series for some of the colored resin buttons. They actually used two different types of trays with slight differences (mainly the edging) on the ori...
Happy New Year to everyone and here's hoping for a great 2018 for all of us! I have been working on updating all of the bridge displays and will be updating most topics in the coming months so check back from time-to-time
- 02 Jan 2018, 15:59
- Forum: TOSGRAPHICS
- Topic: NEW Bridge Communications Station
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A link in the post for ... resin buttons were changed out prior to the start of the second season as detailed in the TOS buttons section here: points to the URL below, but is broken. https://redirect.viglink.com/?format=go&jsonp=vglnk_151485522406711&key=a7e5ffb24b9e84f4f4f6bbd88aa4e5b8&libId=jbw...
This represents the basic color scheme and was used on the bridge, transporter room, briefing room, auxiliary control room, etc. There were different colors in the engine room that do not match the above colors. Also, from time-to-time when the production would work on the sets; the rockers would ...
He would actually study film clips from the original series and look at the reflection of the lighting in the actors eyes in order to make sure he could get the lights close the same spots as the original series; that is dedication!!