Using my favorite mask template, I decided to unmask some Cardassians and reveal the actor portraying them underneath. I spent entirely too much time doing this. Eventually all of these will end up on my RedBubble page - so look for them there!
One of the abstract Obsidian Order (commissioned) pieces CBS approved on RedBubble. Another commissioned set of designs approved by CBS this week. I finally have a handful of artwork that's been approved by CBS for sale on RedBubble! It only took 6 months, but at least now I have a better understanding of what they're looking for, and what they're rejecting. What follows is only slightly above hearsay but it's what I've learned from other Star Trek artists and from representatives at RedBubble and TeePublic (which have now merged.) I only recently found out a lot of this stuff when RedBubble and TeePublic joined forces. TeePublic reached out to me upload my fanart over there and I asked them what the brands, particularly CBS/Star Trek was looking for. The rep actually gave me some really helpful info that isn't on the Brand Partnership page. Here's the TL;DR if you don't want to read the whole thing: Avoid actors' face