It is not linear.
A little while ago we covered the incredible work of @SpinaSanctuary and their Zelda 64-inspired, low-poly Star Trek creations. The last batch focused on the crew of the USS Enterprise from Star Trek: The Next Generation, rendering them in brilliantly blocky 64-bit form with a variety of instruments — Data with his violin, Riker with his trombone, and Picard with his Ressikan flute.
Now the artist has moved onto Deep Space Nine, the darker ‘underdog’ series in the Star Trek stable that (much like Majora’s Mask, in fact) is all the cool kids’ favourite these days. That’s not a slight — it really is very good! — but it’s certainly taken longer for the wider Trek audience to embrace DS9 to its collective bosom with the same gusto TNG enjoyed during its run in the ’90s.
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