(of X-Men) asked me to make a cover for CD-R. I tried to, but Nero
's cover design program kept crashing. (Obviously a reference to previous day's Max Payne soundtrack creation process... the CD layout app crashed while I was trying to import some crap.)
So, I took a program used to design starship "skins" for some computer game. I took a Klingon birdy, and it showed a "grid" that had the bottom of the ship, on which I could drag stuff, and it would automatically fill the grid with pattern.
The patterns included fear-inducing-sounding but somehow ludicrous ship names (too bad I can't remember any) - even the field kitchen ship sounded really over-cool.
I kept laughing and laughing as I made the ships look really amazing and finished the CD cover...