Montgomery Scott (Scotty), played by James Doohan in Star Trek TOS. Doohan was cast as the Enterprise engineer for the second Star Trek pilot, "Where No Man Has Gone Before" (1966) on the recommendation of that episode's director, James Goldstone, who had worked with him before. The character almost didn't make it to the show after series creator Gene Roddenberry sent Doohan a letter informing him, "We don't think we need an engineer in the series"; only the intervention of Doohan's agent meant that the character could remain. He tried a variety of accents for the part, and decided to use a Scottish accent on the basis that he thought Scottish people make the best engineers. I love his character, he reminds me of my beloved grandpa.
Print available here: [link]
Scotty is the second piece of my Star Trek artist trading card project. Further pencil portraits are coming soon:
Kirk, Spock, McCoy, Uhura, Chapel, Chekov, Sulu.
The collection is limited to only 20 set. Prints will be made with professional printer on high quality Bristol Vellum paper, signed and numbered by me. Each set will also come with Certificate of Authenticity.
The originals are 10 x 15 cm and the print's size will be the regular ACEO size (2,5 x 3,5 inch)I'd be glad if you'd share your opinion with me about which price do you find reasonable for one set.
(the postal cost would be about 10 USD worldwide).
Janice Rand:My Star Trek quiz lens: [link]
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