In our third round of coverage on the incredible Star Trek: Discovery production gallery at San Diego Comic-Con this week, it’s time to take a look at newly-revealed concept art, driving the look of the series headed to television this fall!
Along with the props and costumes from Discovery on display at the off-site Michael J. Wolf Fine Art gallery near the Comic-Con venue, CBS has also brought a number of highly-detailed — and highly-colorful — sketches and digital designs which are guiding the production team through the pilot and first season of Discovery episodes.
First is a look at the starships of the new series, with looks at final designs of both the USS Shenzhou and USS Discovery vessels, digital models created via CGI.
Along with the exterior models of the ships, we also get a view of the Shenzhou‘s transporter room, revealed via production photography back in June:
In addition, a striking image of Georgiou and Burnham’s hike across the desert is represented in bright orange and red hues:
Also glimpsed is a look at one of the alien creatures seen in May’s Discovery teaser trailer, here labeled as a “crepuscular.”
Finally, like the props and costumes seen previously, we also get to see some new concept artwork behind the Klingon side of the series.
Thanks once more to Doyle Zhang (@StarTrekChina) for contributing to our photographic coverage of the exhibit — and stay tuned later this evening for our full report on the Star Trek: Discovery panel at Comic-Con!