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You Two Drive a Man to Drink by HapticMimesis You Two Drive a Man to Drink by HapticMimesis
"You really piss me off, Jim. Human life is too precious to go risking on crazy stunts!”

"Even as I fell, I knew I wouldn't die."

"Oh? I thought he was the only one who was immortal."

"I knew I wouldn’t die because the two of you were with me.”

-Star Trek V: The Final Frontier :)

I love the camping scenes. I can't help myself. This whole movie is "camp", though - maybe that's why I can't quite bring myself to hate it. :P

Sorry about the Trek spam. I promise I'll upload something more universally interesting next time! Pencil, colored with photoshop (which is a real pain without a tablet, I've discovered!).

I don't own the characters, show, etc. Really. Or I'd be, like, SO RICH.
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TheGothicWriter Featured By Owner Mar 14, 2014  Student General Artist
Pimsleurable Featured By Owner Feb 6, 2013
Imagine that: Sean Connery and Max von Sydow were considered for the role of Sybok.
Pimsleurable Featured By Owner Feb 6, 2013
On count f the fact that this film wasn't the best Star Trek made, which it did have a huge mass of flaws, but it had so much potential.
Pocket-fulla-shells Featured By Owner Sep 27, 2012  Hobbyist Writer
Hey, I actually quite liked The Final Frontier. It's goofy and cartoony, but it brings a unique, yet guilty charm to it.

Anyway, upon seeing the picture, I read Dr Mccoy's quote in Dr Mccoy's voice. You obviously done something right there!
cinnamon-lady24 Featured By Owner Sep 26, 2011
This is perfection. Just... perfection. Always. YOU MANAGED TO CONVEY ALL OF BONES' SNARK IN ONE PICTURE. HOW?
HapticMimesis Featured By Owner Nov 11, 2011  Student Digital Artist
I, uh, sketched it from a screen cap?? (Hiding in shame.)
missmccoy Featured By Owner Aug 12, 2011  Student Filmographer
OMG DUDE! YOU HAVE THE BEST DE ART EVER!! Im like one of the biggest fan out there and I have his bio but I wish I could draw him like you do!
HapticMimesis Featured By Owner Aug 13, 2011  Student Digital Artist
Thank you!
*le gasp* I have his bio too! Do you mean, "From Sawdust to Stardust", by Rioux? Cause there's another one, that I haven't got yet, which is by Kristine M. Smith. But MAN! I've been deeply in love with this guy for over a decade! (It must have been weird for my family, little 9-year-old me asking to watch all the McCoy episodes of Star Trek, over and over. Whatever.) The more I learn about DeForest, the more I love him. I only wish I could have met him (and his lovely wife)! :heart:
missmccoy Featured By Owner Aug 26, 2011  Student Filmographer
I KNOW RIGHT?! And yeah I want the other one too it's a harvest of memories or something along that line, it creeps my mom out since he's 75 years older than me, and I think he was a sex god right into the movies... haha!
HapticMimesis Featured By Owner Sep 3, 2011  Student Digital Artist
I just bought a Harvest of Memories and read it through in a day. It was very sad. It deals mostly with the latter quarter of his life, and Kris takes us all the way through his death with (sometimes) terrible honesty. I would warn everyone who wanted to read it, that it was a book written by a woman who had been caregiver to the dying, and that it would read that way. I cried, I mourned him all over again. Rioux's Biography is still my favorite, because you get a fuller picture of DeForest - but there are some really nice, personal memories that I'm glad Kris shared. I'm so glad that she was there for DeForest and his wife, now more than ever, knowing what he went through his last months on earth. Oh god, I wished he'd stayed longer!
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