Super well-done technically, but I think you went too far in the caricature and lost Leonard Nimoy.
Easily recognizable by some elements, but Swashbuckle is correct.
"Live Long and prosper" Could be Spock in a 100 year future-evolved state.... Nice work.
Some chops you just don't want to do. This was one. I got nothing but numb. TY
he just got back from a trip to mcplanet. i think it's rather funny.
Reminds me of Desperate Dan from the Beano comic.
Thanks gang. The first attempt....gawd, I just didn't even want to chop. That reflected completely in the result. Once I came out of the brief funk I thought no way can I leave it like that for posterity so the last hour I threw a little goofiness into it. Not enough time to do the man justice but at least not an appalling chop.
This is very funny.. Congrats. I thought you weren't playing.
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