Lee Draws 365 Star Trek Scribbles.
This week on Standard Orbit hosts Ken Tripp, Zach Moore and Hayley Stoddart welcome Lee Sargent to discuss his 365 day drawing challenged appropriately titled "Lee Draws 365 Star Trek Scribbles." Lee shares the origins of his Star Trek fandom, his history with drawing challenges, some of his favorite subjects to bring to life on the page and also some of his most challenging, and other franchises he enjoys drawing.
What helps set Spock apart from other Vulcans in illustrations? How does an artist approach drawing the differences between men and women? What Star Trek movie do Lee and Zach share a mutual love for and bond over? We answer all this and much more, boldly listen!
Welcome to Standard Orbit! (00:01:23)
Lee Sargent (00:02:01)
365 Day Drawing Challenge (00:06:48)
Lee's Favorites and Least Favorites To Draw (00:18:05)
No Need to Search for Search for Spock Love (00:29:24)
Personal Fandom (00:34:11)
Women of Star Trek Sketch Cards (00:42:54)
Babylon 5, Other Franchises, Discovery (00:49:28)
Lee's 50th Anniversary Suggestion (00:59:32)
Final Thoughts (01:01:35)
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