Star Trek Customs
Altamid Drone from Star Trek Beyond (Star Trek)
by DoctorBergsan
The original inhabitants of Altamid were long gone by the time Krall/Edison crashed there, but they left their technology. Krall turned their mining drones into foot soldiers that lead his invasion...[See More]
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Krall from Star Trek Beyond (Star Trek)
by DoctorBergsan
SPOILER ALERT Krall is the despotic ruler of the small planet of Altamid. He is a mysterious alien who attacks the starship Enterprise in an attempt to recover an ancient alien artifact called the...[See More]
Jaylah from Star Trek Beyond (Star Trek)
by DoctorBergsan
Jaylah, the alien woman Scotty encounters on Altamid, is based on the character that Jennifer Lawrence played in the film Winter’s Bone. Her name itself is a play on “JLaw” Lawrence’s nickname in the...[See More]
Chekov from Star Trek Beyond (Star Trek)
by DoctorBergsan
I’ve said before that Chekov is one of my least favorite Star Trek characters, but again, in Star Trek Beyond, they use him so well: teaming him up with Captain Kirk as they try to reconnect with the...[See More]
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Uhura and Sulu from Star Trek Beyond (Star Trek)
by DoctorBergsan
In Star Trek Beyond, Uhura and Sulu and trapped with the crew when they are taken captive by the mysterious and dangerous Krall, who rules the tiny planet of Altamid with vengeful brutality. These...[See More]
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Scotty from Star Trek Beyond (Star Trek)
by DoctorBergsan
One of the MVPs of Star Trek Beyond is Simon Pegg’s Scotty. He first encounters Jay’lah on Altamid, who leads him to her “home”: the missing USS Franklin which will be the crew’s salvation and their...[See More]
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Savage Warrior of the Federation WORF (Star Trek)
by tonystark
used the head off of a pez dispenser and fitted it to a mutant body and repainted, added fodder weapons and a tiny star trek badge to left thigh. thanks!...[See More]
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Doctor McCoy from Star Trek Beyond (Star Trek)
by DoctorBergsan
Part of the fun of Star Trek has always been the banter between Spock and Doctor McCoy. In Star Trek Beyond, the two are stranded on an alien planet together we get our most extensive exploration of...[See More]
Spock from Star Trek Beyond (Star Trek)
by DoctorBergsan
Part of the plot of Star Trek Beyond involves the discovery of the lost starship, the USS Franklin, which went missing nearly 100 years before the events of the film. During the crew’s attempt to...[See More]
Captain James T. Kirk from Star Trek Beyond (Star Trek)
by DoctorBergsan
With bigger budgets and a broader storytelling scope, the Star Trek reboots could take some chances with costuming. The third entry in the “Kelvin Universe” 2016’s Star Trek Beyond, went to the...[See More]
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Admiral Pike (Star Trek Into Darkness) (Star Trek)
by DoctorBergsan
Star Trek the Motion Picture (or “motionless picture” as an old friend of mine used to call it) featured the Enterprise crew in new sleek uniforms in neutral colors such as grey, taupe and white. One...[See More]
Chekov from Star Trek into Darkness (Star Trek)
by DoctorBergsan
Ensign Pavel Chekov has always been my least favorite character in Star Trek. Added in the second season, Chekov was designed to capitalize on the “Davy Jones” heartthrobs of the 1960s in the hopes...[See More]
Keenser from Star Trek Into Darkness (Star Trek)
by DoctorBergsan
In the first Star Trek in 2009, Scotty had a tiny sidekick alien when we first meet him in exile on Delta Vega. By the end of the film, Keenser, had become a full member of the engineering crew of...[See More]
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Scotty (Star Trek Into Darkness) (Star Trek)
by DoctorBergsan
Star Trek Into Darkness began playing even further with different kinds of Starfleet uniforms for the Enterprise crew. One of the more interesting ones is the “Shuttle jumpsuit” that crew members...[See More]
Klingons from Star Trek Into Darkness (Star Trek)
by DoctorBergsan
Not quite the oldest adversaries in Star Trek (that honor belongs to the Romulans) the Klingons are certainly the most recognizable and popular aliens in the entire series. Since their first...[See More]
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Admiral Marcus [Star Trek Into Darkness] (Star Trek)
by DoctorBergsan
One of the more interesting and exciting elements of Star Trek into Darkness was the introduction of Admiral Marcus, the head of Starfleet. Played with flinty nonchalance by the underrated Peter...[See More]
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Carol Marcus from Star Trek into Darkness (Star Trek)
by DoctorBergsan
Originally played by American actress Bibi Besch in Wrath of Khan, the character of Carol Marcus was retconned in 2013s Star Trek into Darkness as a young British Starfleet scientist/Kirk love...[See More]
Lt. Uhura and Dr. McCoy (Star Trek Into Darkness) (Star Trek)
by DoctorBergsan
Back after a bit of a hiatus, here are some fairly basic “Kelvin Timeline” Star Trek customs. On Uhura, I added a communications earpiece, and McCoy is simply a ball jointed neck and newer hands....[See More]
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Dr. Beverly Crusher (Star Trek)
by decadentdave
Galoob Tasha Yar body repainted head is Kenner Star Wars Mara Jade medical coat is from Mattel Jurassic World Fallen Kingdom Claire repainted....[See More]
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Khan from STAR TREK INTO DARKNESS (Star Trek)
by DoctorBergsan
In an incredibly divisive move, the second JJ Abrams Star Trek decided to use Khan as their principal baddie (“John Harrison” in the ad campaign) in an attempt to capitalize/ape the superlative Wrath...[See More]
Spock from STAR TREK INTO DARKNESS (Star Trek)
by DoctorBergsan
A variation on a cancelled figure from the Star Trek 2009 line, this is Mr. Spock in his officer’s uniform from the first half of Star Trek into Darkness. I built this figure with the ability to work...[See More]
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Captain James T. Kirk from STAR TREK INTO DARKNESS (Star Trek)
by DoctorBergsan
The merchandising rights to Star Trek are all over the place, with Paramount owning the film rights and the television rights belonging to CBS, so any kind of corporate synergy to consolidate their...[See More]
Captain Pike in STAR TREK 2009 (Star Trek)
by DoctorBergsan
Captain Pike has a strange origin in the Star Trek Universe: in the original pilot for Star Trek in 1965, Jeffrey Hunter was cast as the lead, Christopher Pike. When NBC ordered a new “less cerebral”...[See More]
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Ayel from STAR TREK 2009 (Star Trek)
by DoctorBergsan
One of the other figures missing from the Star Trek 2009 figure line, was Ayel, sidekick/heavy to the main baddie Nero played by the terrific character actor Clifton Collins. It’s a bit of an...[See More]
Nero from STAR TREK 2009 (Star Trek)
by DoctorBergsan
This is a simple repaint/articulation adjustment. One thing I can’t stand in a line is scale disparity. Nero (Eric Bana) appears onscreen as larger than the rest of the cast. So to fix things, I gave...[See More]
Sulu in STAR TREK 2009 (Star Trek)
by DoctorBergsan
The cancelled second wave of the 2009 STAR TREK line from Playmates was due to contain a fair amount of figures based on the action sequences from the film. This Sulu figure is based on one of these...[See More]
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Spock from STAR TREK 2009 (Star Trek)
by DoctorBergsan
The second in my Star Trek “Kelvin Universe” figure line, this Spock figure is a rather simple custom, adding a ball joint neck and changing the angle of the legs at the hips for a more active...[See More]
James T. Kirk from STAR TREK 2009 (Star Trek)
by DoctorBergsan
Star Trek has never gotten the same love as Star Wars when it comes to toy/action figure love (for more info watch THE TOYS THAT MADE US on Netflix) and when they launched the tie in toy line in...[See More]
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Star Trek Crewman (Star Trek)
by Talysman
Lots of grinding, lots of sculpting. I worked off of a casting of the original figure, so as to not completely ruin the original. I have actually posted a more detail description in the custom work...[See More]
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Judge Q (Star Trek)
by decadentdave
Kenner Star Wars Anakin Skywalker body head, gloves and shoes from Galoob’s Q figure from Star Trek: The Next Generation....[See More]
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