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6 years agoby:

Wired Magazine has a cool feature on the making of the monster(s) in the upcoming STAR TREK movie. Neville Page gives you a glimpse into his process, with a series of progressive artwork. Page, you might recall developed the creature for CLOVERFIELD, and also various creatures for James Cameron's AVATAR. Check it out HERE.

I have all the artistic capabilities of a beached sea bass, so all of this impresses the hell out of me. Much like those guys who have a chick levitate and then run the hoop along her body to show there's nothing holding her there. How do they do that??
Extra Tidbit: Check Page's awesome website out HERE.
Source: Wired

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2:27PM on 04/22/2009
It looks like a mad vagina.
It looks like a mad vagina.
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8:10PM on 04/21/2009
Definitely a Grabboid twin, I didnt know they faced a monster in the new Star Trek.


I think instead of him trying to reinvent the Cloverfield monster he should have just started on the sequel already.
Definitely a Grabboid twin, I didnt know they faced a monster in the new Star Trek.


I think instead of him trying to reinvent the Cloverfield monster he should have just started on the sequel already.
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5:10PM on 04/21/2009
I am PUMPED to watch Star Trek... but doesn't this monster look alot like the monsters from Tremors...LOL!!!
I am PUMPED to watch Star Trek... but doesn't this monster look alot like the monsters from Tremors...LOL!!!
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4:02PM on 04/21/2009

Neville Page

so it was his design. While I was watching the film I thought that looks like it was designed by the cloverfield guy. To be honest though the monster doesn't really look like it belongs on that planet and while the scene is entertaining it's something you have seen again and again in sci-fi/fantasy films.
so it was his design. While I was watching the film I thought that looks like it was designed by the cloverfield guy. To be honest though the monster doesn't really look like it belongs on that planet and while the scene is entertaining it's something you have seen again and again in sci-fi/fantasy films.
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2:10PM on 04/21/2009
little lame, but i'm still real pumped about the flick
little lame, but i'm still real pumped about the flick
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1:39PM on 04/21/2009

Although...

Leafing through his website, he did design the Scorpion King...
Leafing through his website, he did design the Scorpion King...
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1:36PM on 04/21/2009

Clearly a talented bloke.

Don't know if he's quite in the same league as Ralph McQuarrie or Syd Mead, but he's good. Very good.
Don't know if he's quite in the same league as Ralph McQuarrie or Syd Mead, but he's good. Very good.
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