|What was discussed with the main contributors either ends up in here or some of the Ship screens.
||Two screen layouts. One has images & interview extracts, the other has rotating animations. Use the MODE button on the top right of this section to flip between them.
||The porn movie the cast and crew made in 1993. No wait, that’s in the Other Stuff bit. This is the concept art a few of the contributors sent over.
||If it didn’t fit into the other sections it got thrown in here. Bit of an eclectic mix of images, trivia, a few video clips as well as links, downloads and credits.
||Use this to toggle between the more factual stuff and the screens holding the small animations showing ship models.
||Emmy Award winning co-founder of Foundation imaging. If you’re only ever going to read one interview on here, then this should be it.
||Emmy award winning co-founder of Foundation Imaging. Designed ships like Omega and G’Quan, while creating the computer network & render farm.
||Conceptual artist on pilot and first 3 seasons. Employed on a freelance basis, and created things like the main alien races and ships such as the Starfury.
||Emmy award winning co-founder of Optic Nerve. Innovative make-up artist who worked on first two seasons of the show.
||Emmy award winning visual FX supervisor for first two seasons of B5, with a TV and movie credit listing you wouldn’t believe
||Emmy award winning rotoscope and FX artist. Saved the production a fortune by bringing the work over to desktop computers. Worked on first two seasons.
||Emmy award winning compositor. Another influential artist who developed techniques which would become industry standards. Worked on all 5 years of B5.
||Academy award winning software developer. Provided software solutions which allowed B5 to be made. Also developed the morphing software used in the pilot.
||Highly influential, hands on producer who worked closely with every department on the show. His budget and schedule got the show made on time with little money.
||Concept designer employed on freelance basis. Responsible for aliens, ships & sets. Worked on all 5 seasons, TNT movies & Crusade.
||Concept designer brought on to work full time at start of 4th season. Became Art Director for visual effects on 5th season and Crusade.
||Makeup artist who helped out during pre-production of the first season – and who designed N’Grath.
||Animator working at Foundation Imaging for first two seasons of B5. Also designed a number of ships, such as the Hyperion and Centauri fighter.
||Emmy award winning senior animator at Foundation Imaging. Highly talented and imaginative shot maker who liked to try and sneak in Elvis Presley Easter eggs.
||Animator working at Netter Digital. Joined near the end of the 4th season. Skilled 2D animator he quickly became the shop’s main character animator.
||Traditional FX artist who joined Foundation during 3rd season. Later joined Netter Digital during season 5, and became an FX supervisor on Crusade.
||Concept designer on Legend of The Rangers. Big B5 fan, he was responsible for all the new ship designs seen in that proposed pilot to a potential new series.
||Emmy award winning 3D lead at Atmosphere FX. An exisitng B5 fan, his involvement in the (2007) Lost Tales made a huge impact on how it looked.
||3D artist on the Sierra PC game. Joined Foundation Imaging when game was cancelled at 11th hour.
||Script writer and game narrative developer for the abandoned Sierra game - Into The Fire.
||Co-founder of Mongoose Publications. The last of the Babylon 5 licensee holders to produce official merchandise.
||The ships primarily used by the Earth military.
||Basically Earth ships which don’t appear to be exclusive to the military.
||These are the ships that have been identified as belonging to the Minbari.
||The ships used by the last of the Brunnen-G. For a while this was actually going to be a site focusing on Lexx. I shit you not.
||Why am I even adding these descriptions. This was a stupid idea.
||These are the races that make up the League of Non Aligned worlds. Many of which joined the ISA in season 4, or maybe it was 5.
||These are basically the ships used by the 'Rangers'. The policing force of the ISA.
||No prizes for guessing that the ships in this section belong to the Drahk.
||All the First One designs are in here, including those for the Shadows and Vorlons.
||These are designs which don't fit neatly into any of the previous categories, and the names of the races (or groups) using them are known.
||The names of the races (or groups) who use these vessels were never mentioned in the show.
||Steve Burg, Tim Earls, Luc Mayrand and Ron Thorton sent over the bulk of these sketches which relate to the original series and pilot movie.
||Small collection of concept art created by Luc Mayrand and Tim Earls for, surprisingly enough, Crusade and the TNT movies. There’s something from Wayne Barlowe as well.
||LOTR is shorthand for Legend Of The Rangers (as a newbie I thought fans were slagging off Lord Of The Rings). Chris Wren and Ken Rabehl sent these over.
||A few pieces that Alec McClymont sent over for the short lived, DVD of Lost Tales. Hold on didn't Talkien do a book of Lost Tales as well.
||Here's the ship designs which Luc Mayrand created for the game which Sierra cancelled, 10 minutes before it was due for release back in 1999.
||Although the name might suggest otherwise, there isn’t a dwarf comedian in this bit. It's the free mini comic which was meant to be shipped with the Lost Tales DVD, then wasn’t.
||Basically a long winded links section, highlighting some of the stuff I found interesting on the web for one reason or another.
||Not sure if this section has a future. But there might be a few video clips that could find their way onto the site – so if they do, they need to go somewhere.
||As well as the full site download there’s a couple of other bits, for folks who might find them useful but don’t want to download the whole thing.
||Pretty self explanatory. A list - of sorts - of the folks who have helped with putting this monstrosity together.