Date: 18 Jun 2014 02:36 Title: Chapter 1
Ah, that was well done. I love the idea that the TMP colors caused depression (much like TMP itself, lol) and that it was high time to get rid of the damn things. I love the colors of the TWOK era and seeing Spock come up with the logical solution was well done. I like the way you address the Sulu/Spock stuff here as well, as it makes more sense to me this way.
Thanks for the read! So glad you liked it! Yes, I found TMP depressing, too. What genius came up with that color scheme? And as mentioned, I also tweeked the scenes involving Sulu in "Cristabeth", which you originally reviewed. And of course the ending contains a direct lead-in to "Cristabeth" and also mentions a new crewmember whose picture was corrupted--the doctor who will eventually become Spock's wife.
Date: 05 Jun 2014 19:36 Title: Chapter 1
As a designers and someone who had to take color theory and color pshych at art school I can relate to this story. Nice job. Interesting play between Kirk and Spock, Kirk not wanting to give up his girl, but Spock feeling that Kirk belongs there.
Thanks so much for reading and commenting! I had long been bothered by the bland world of ST:TMP. What "genius" came up with those colors (or lack thereof)? At least now we know what genius uncovered the problem and set it right!