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Erotic Earth Star Trek #3: The Next Generation

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Erotic Earth Star Trek, Part 3 (The Next Generation)
Copic marker and colored pencil on paper
2020

Continuing the just-for-fun redesign/expansion of my classic Erotic Earth Star Trek design from 2007, this one depicts the women of Starfleet during the Next Generation era.  This one is pretty self-explanatory.  The male version would largely be the same design, with a full-breasted tunic that is shorted than the ones from the real show (about the same length as the ladies here, ending just above the navel).  The "short tunic" variant could technically be worn by men or women, but like the skirt variant from season 1 of TNG, it would be rare to see them do, as it would be considered a more feminine look (there's a reason we never saw men in the skirt past that one dude in the background of the first episode...  Because, wow).  This variant came about as my original idea for the standard duty uniform, but after reviewing my old pic, I decided that the full "boob window" tunic really captured the feel better.  I still liked the design, though, so I made it a variant, one that might work better for small-breasted women.  I considered putting once of these in the 1st season version, but decided against it since that version is kind of ugly and was only around for one season.  Plus, it was a one-piece jumpsuit, as opposed to the pants and tunic of later seasons, so it would be harder to design.  The tunic just worked better all around.

And for those wondering why none of the Star Trek girls I've done so far are clean-shaven as is the more popular approach today, that's because I'm designing these keeping the time-period of the original in mind.  TNG came out in 1987 and in 1987, a shaven crotch was considered a really weird kink.  You'll see some smooth once we get to the more modern Trek shows like ENTERPRISE, DISCOVERY, and PICARD.

Next up will be a combination of DS9 (s.1-4)/Voyager and First Contact/DS9 (s.5-7).

Previous entries for this series:

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Erotic Earth Star Trek #1: The Original Series by TCatt
 

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Erotic Earth Star Trek #2: The Motion Picture Era by TCatt

 
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Very nice designs always sir.  Been a fan of yours since club toon days....wow that was a long time ago.
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Indeed it was.  Thanks for sticking with me!
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While I never disapprove of a 'sexy mirror' I will argue against this style of impractical clothing in this specific universe as that clothing actually serves a practical purpose on a star ship. I should know as my first Star Wars, yes I said SW not ST, fan character uses the rules about it to skip over the whole 'robes and hood' look. Truthfully it was an excuse I used/it was something I was spoofing more than actually paying too much lip service to when somebody asked me "How can a Jedi wear a base ball T and cargo pants" XD I was like "Uh...the material is similar to Starfleet's uniforms! Yeah that'll hold up..." and oddly it has for many years lol It's thermal and also if I remember from the MMO energy dampening too to prevent phaser burns. >.> You would have to enhance the 'sexy edition' with something like a invisible thermal web or something. Why not just go the full monte and go latex?

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There's nothing remotely realistic about the "Erotic Earth" concept, and I fully embrace that.  This particular aesthetic is a particular...  Interest of mine (I'll refrain from causing it a 'fetish' as I don't think it meets the technically criteria for me).  I give little thought to the why's and howfor's of a particular universe, instead considering what these costumes might have looked like had the show been produced in a world where this is the accepted and expected mode of dress -OR- that's the expected mode of dress in the universe.  I mostly care about how the design looks and how it would be worn, rather than any details as to its practicality or realism.  Truthfully, this mode of dress would not be practical under ANY circumstances, which is, quite frankly, part of what makes it fun.
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Should have gotten this instead of what they wear in Picard.
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Yeah, the Picard uniforms aren't terribly creative.  I'd have liked to have seen something entirely new for that era, much in the same vein as the differences from Discovery through WoK.  Those are all radically different designs in a period of time that only spans 18 years.  Since TNG, every uniform change has just been a variation on the theme.  Rumor has it that since the CBS AllAccess shows aren't produced by Paramount, that they're, essentially, made under license and the license dictates something like a 25% difference between the new and the original.  That's why even the Enterprise uniforms on Discovery look different than they did on TOS and why the uniforms in Picard were slightly redesigned.  No one seems to be able to confirm that rumor, but it makes a lot of sense.
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I would have preferred the future Starfleet uniforms we see in the alternate future with the Galaxy Dreadnought in All Good Things. Those were really cool. I hope you do a lewd version of those too.

Picard overall felt like a gigantic disappointment. The only good clip I've seen from the show is the two minutes Captain Riker is back in the Big Chair. Johnathan Frakes can still pull off Riker after all these years, I absolutely love that man.
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I liked it.  It wasn't perfect, but it was entertaining.  The only issue I have is that Patrick Stewart is finally showing his age which makes Picard seem way too elderly to be doing what he's doing.  As with LOGAN, I don't like seeing my childhood heroes depicted as feeble old men.  There's a few canon breaks too, like the drinking, smoking, and swearing, all things (well except for the swearing which has never been addressed that I know of) that were supposedly excised from Federation society ages ago (okay, sure, there's drinking, but actual alcohol -not synthahol- is supposed to be somewhat rare in the Federation.  And Tom Paris specifically says that humans gave up smoking generations ago.  Apparently, nobody told Captain Rios or Raffi that).  Essentially, Picard (and to a lesser extent, Discovery) are Star Trek shows for modern Americans.  Original Trek was full of optimism for a better future, which reflected the attitude of its generation.  TNG followed suit.  DS9 got a little darker, but at least the war with the Dominion wasn't THEIR fault.  Modern America has become so jaded and pessimistic that the idea of a positive, utopian future where everyone gets along is so alien that it becomes an impossible blow to our suspension of disbelief, forcing them to make Star Trek more dark and dystopian.  As they believe that America has strayed from the principles of its foundation, so too must Star Trek stray from the principles of its foundation.  The Federation is ALMOST the bad guys in this, and that's a shame, since, frankly, we need the optimistic "everything will be okay" vision of a hopeful future now more than ever.

But that said, it's a pretty decent show.  I like Discovery a little better, but it's more of a traditional Star trek show, despite it's many breaks with canon.

As an aside, anyone that has problems with the canon in Star Trek DISCOVERY should keep this little factoid in mind: it's not the original universe.  It's the PRIME universe, which is the original universe after its completely altered by the time-manipulation in the first episode of ENTERPRISE, "Broken Bow."  In original Trek, The Broken Bow incident did not occur.  The NX-01 project was mothballed and none of the events of ENTERPRISE happened.  Earth's technological advancement was stunted.  Earth was attacked by the Romulans.  Starfleet was founded but was MUCH smaller and less well equipped.  The Klingons didn't see them as a threat worth fighting but is still wary leading to a cold war.  In ENTERPRISE, Broken Bow occurs, which changes EVERYTHING that happens after it.  The NX-01 is launched.  First contact with the Klingons happens MUCH earlier, starting the cold war much earlier.  Earth begins exploring the galaxy BEFORE founding the Federation which has them encounter a bunch of new alien races and leading to faster advancements in technology and society.  Transporter technology is developed faster leading to advances in matter/energy conversion and hard light holography.  They prove to be enough of a power that the Romulans DON'T attack them, but the Klingons DO.  So by DISCOVERY, the changes wrought by ENTERPRISE have resulted in a much more advanced Star Trek universe that plays out differently that in the original Trek shows.  The canon issues in DISCOVERY are excusable because the Prime universe is NOT the Original universe, all thanks to Broken Bow.
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That's a good explanation of why things are so different. It doesn't really help me like any of the characters or design aesthetic.

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Well, it's not meant to help there.  Nothing can help there since that's just a matter of personal opinion.  I happen to like the characters and enjoy the design aesthetic (the Discovery isn't my favorite ship, but I do appreciate the call back to the Ralph McQuarrie designed Enterprise-2 from the scrapped Star Trek 2 series, which is what the design is based on).  My only strong problem with the show (besides Sonequa Martin-Green's TERRIBLE hairdo) was the breaks with canon and once I reconciled that, I really started to enjoy it for what it is.  It's bad Star Trek, but it's pretty great sci-fi.  In my opinion anyway. 

Now, The Orville...  THAT'S good Star Trek.
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That's what you get when people like Kutzman are in charge of shows. Lore and consistency go out the window for edgy, flashy fight scenes and unnecessary character deaths. Also all the stronk wimminz constantly put Picard in his place and talk down to him. It's SJW Trek.

Star Trek, Doctor Who, Terminator, and Star Wars are being made by people who have no passion for the franchises. No respect for the fans or the universes they set up. They're only it it for the money and to push political agendas.
You should check out reviews by Bowlestrek, Critical Drinker, and Nerdrotic. They hit it on the head.

Also according to Lore Reloaded the Federation technically was responsible for the Dominion War because of how aggressively they moved into the Gama Quardrant.
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I'm familiar with those channels (well, two of them anyway), and watch them pretty regularly, although I don't always agree with them, and have grown a little tired of the constantly putting down things I happen to like.  That's not to say they're wrong or don't have valid points, I'm just able to enjoy something while acknowledging its flaws.  I often find their opinions to be fairly extreme.  DoomCock is another one.  He's not wrong, but there's only so much negativity I'm willing to take.  Yeah, the SJW stuff is getting pretty out of hand, but some examples are worse than others.  Marvel is shitting the bed with it both in the comics and the movies, but I really liked Terminator Dark Fate.  I didn't really find it to be very agenda-laden, at least not as much as the Fandom Menace whined about.  While both Rey and Michael Burnam are textbook Mary Sues, Michael gets a pass because the show is supposed to revolve around her.  It's HER show.  She's the star.  It's not your classic ensemble Trek show, it's literally a show about a SINGLE CHARACTER and everyone else is just supporting.  Okay, it's a little stupid and it pushes the boundaries of believability that one person is so important to EVERYYTHING, but I can accept it because the show is just damned fun.  Once I "fixed" its inconsistencies in my Head Canon, it became one of my favorite shows.  

Its been a while since I watched DS9, so I don't recall what exactly sparked the Dominion War, but I seem to remember the Dominion as the aggressors, which was the writers' excuse for involving the Federation in an actual shooting war which many said at the time (including George Takei) wasn't in keeping with Roddenbery's vision of a peaceful future.
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I can appreciate them putting that negative perspective on these franchises because it is a good opposition to how hard these companies are pushing their agendas coupled with the new wave of "fans" they have acquired that basically want to bully you into liking the Nu versions or if you don't you're some kind of bigot. So I take what they say and put it into my own perspective. If there's any of them I am getting a little tired of its Geeks and Gamers, Jeremy makes some decent videos but he is starting to get repetitive and a bit arrogant. He is sounding like the right-wing equivalent of a snowflake, which just makes me appreciate calmer people like Gary from Nerdrotic and Youngrippa even more.

I don't give Burnam a pass at all. It's one thing to have it be her show and have the plot revolve around her, its another thing to have her be able to solve everything and have things just work in her favor. She's not a good protagonist and she does not have a good actress. I'm going to be one of "those" fans and not consider Discovery and Picard canon, they happen in alternate timelines within the Abramsverse. Likewise Jodie Witaker's Doctor is noncanon and is a bad fever dream. And Disney Star Wars can fuck off.

I just can't stomach all this new stuff. When it isn't being preachy, it's being overly edgy. Media stopped being super edgy in the 2000s, I don't know why they are trying to bring it back.

The Dominion War was started technically by a Cold War, but many reviewers point to when Starfleet started using the wormhole to explore the Gamma Quadrant. The Dominion appeared and said "this is our space, get out" which Starfleet responded by saying they DESERVE to be there and kept sending ships, essentially provoking the Dominion. And I agree while the Dominion War was a fantastic arc and had great moments it does not align with Roddenbery's vision. But it's a hell of a lot closer than Discovery or Picard. I wish Picard had followed the books and we could have gotten to see that massive armada of Borg cubes invade the Alpha Quadrant, that way we could also re-introduce the NX-02 Columbia.


Season 3 of Orville cannot come soon enough.
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Yeah, they RUINED Doctor Who.  I hated the idea of a female Doctor (if it was just a coin-flip every time, it seems ridiculous that it came up male 12 times in a row -yeah, I know the odds are still 50%, regardless, but still.  It's stupid), but I would have been willing to let go of that and just enjoy the show had the show been any good.  But it wasn't.  It was terrible.  The writing was bad, the acting was bad, the characters were bad, the goddamn TARDIS was bad.  It's preachy, pandering, and occasionally straight-up sexist (news flash, Chris: reverse sexism is still sexism) and is systematically destroying the mythos with revisionist history, both the Doctor's and real-life!  Everything about that show is just goddamn awful.  I can't even bring myself to make 13th Doctor porn.  The character just doesn't deserve my attention.

I don't disagree with anything you've said, other than to repeat that I seem to have the odd ability to connect with things emotionally even if I see its flaws, intellectually.  I see the flaws.  I acknowledge them.  I hate them and wish they weren't there.  I still enjoy the properties.  Except for Who.  Chibnall can eat a dick.
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MonsoonMike's avatar
If I could have these uniform designs in Star Trek Online I'd play it a lot more often.
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Somebody should create a mod.  ;-)
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Excellent designs. Always good to see new stuff from you.
Ronin1980's avatar
Always wonderful to see more of these.

As for the shaven crotch, that was mid-late 90s as a start, or at least down to the landing strip and postage stamp.  
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Yep.  The 90's shows will get the trimmed, landing strip treatment that was popular then and the 2000s will see a mixture of shaved and trimmed.
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I'd watch this show. :D
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You and me both!  :-)
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I like those thigh-high legwarmer things better than the calf-length ones you came up with before.

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Yeah, the original "knee pants" didn't work at all...  These are just spandex tights that flare at the bottom to create the signature TNG pants cuff.  Sometimes the obvious solution is the best solution.
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Welcome back
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