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stardate 2285
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Published: December 5, 2010
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a pic inspired by the movie...always wanted to see the enterprise blown up done professional on a wallpaper, i just never saw myself doing it...hope all you good people out there like it.
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1500x1500px 1.98 MB
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Adobe Photoshop CS4 Windows
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TheGildoe's avatar
In order to save his crew he was willing to sacrifice The Enterprise. An iconic and power moment from that movie and heck Star Trek lore! 
Bammer-D's avatar
"The bridge seems to be run by computer. It is the only thing speaking."
"Speaking? Let me hear"
"9... 8... 7... 6... 5..."
"GET OUT! GET OUT OF THERE! GET OUT!"
"1..." 
anno78's avatar
When the film was made the writers wanted to keep the Enterprise's destruction a secret, to strengthen the impact.  Imagine how they must have felt the advert came out on TV with the voice over "the final voyage of the starship Enterprise", followed by a shot of the ship blowing up.
Kelso323's avatar
NOOOOOOO!!!!!

Childhood trauma coming back...soul dying just a little...
s1cohen's avatar
Great job!  I saw this movie when it came out. People in the theater cried when she exploded. I got choked up too.
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Enterprise4lifeHobbyist General Artist
You did a fantastic job at capturing this scene. The death of the Enterprise, I agree, was one of the saddest character deaths ever. None of the other Enterprises will ever come close to her.
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FermatfsmProfessional General Artist
Woow!!! This is Espectacular!!
Very Good!!
HEXALONE's avatar
One of the best "DEATHS" of a character in the history of films. The score that went along with the visuals was astonishing.
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R-CliffordHobbyist General Artist
i agree...it was sad to see her go
Commandox20's avatar
Trek 3 is among my favorite Trek films. This scene was powerful and demonstrated the desperation of the crew of the USS Enterprise. This would have made a fantastic poster to see in the cinemas. As someone else said, very dramatic.
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R-CliffordHobbyist General Artist
well if you like that one check out my stardate 2285 version 2.... I think you will like
FoxMcCloud12000's avatar
It would've been a very good poster on it's time. Very good work, pal!
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R-CliffordHobbyist General Artist
thank you so much.
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R-CliffordHobbyist General Artist
thank you...I've had people say they love it, and some who sobbed at it..
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R-CliffordHobbyist General Artist
thank you
Prue84's avatar
Wow, just wow! Right in my favourites!
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NeldorwenHobbyist General Artist
wow, this blows my mind up ... fantastic job :) :+fav:
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SpiralStatixStudent Digital Artist
This scene was so sad... the way the NCC-1701 was just burned off before the ship disappeared in a big explosion... :(

But that doesn't change the fact that this is excellent. Great job.
DalekOfBorg's avatar
Her tragic death was like that of the Hindenburg. In the words of Herbert Morrison: "Oh the Humanity!"
Yunners's avatar
"My God Bones... what have I done?"
"What you always do, turn death into a fighting chance to live."
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tanman1Professional Digital Artist
Really great artwork!! Would be fantastic to see a more portrait version.
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R-CliffordHobbyist General Artist
most of my pics i do 1500 X 1500,so they will fit on my homepage, but yes i do agree a portrait pic would have probably given more of the feel of an actual movie poster
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