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Storyboards - Part Two

Storyboards for part two of "The Empty Eye" are done! There's 104 of them in total, and although this episode contains a lot of talking they're still incredibly interesting. Check them out the old way, one at a time, in the gallery, or download the fancy, printable PDF right here - it's a pretty big download but definitely worth it.

If you're new to the page, read all about the project at those links over on the left, which go into detail on the background of the project and feature full scripts for our first two adventures.

More storyboards coming soon, and we're working on new scripts as well. We've gotten a lot of positive response to the project lately and are excited to keep going.

Reader Comments (5)

I just read it. This is really good.

April 17, 2013 | Unregistered Commenterbatty

Holy... this is awesome! :O

This is what the future of ST should have been, not JJ's lensflare apocalypse. :(

April 27, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterAlexander Rotter


April 29, 2013 | Unregistered Commenterbatty

Don't you mean JJ's lensflare "Mission Impossible in outer space". Anyway, I want to thank all three of you not just ST:FF, but also keeping it alive on this site. So that everyone can enjoy ST as Gene Roddenberry meant it to be. Can't wait for the future scripts and other materials, the first two scripts has been enjoyable, but I am ready for more. So keep it going.

April 30, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterBlueboy

Thanks, Blueboy. Means a lot to us to hear that. We're trying to get these things done as fast as we can, so stay tuned. Jobs and family tend to get in the way, but rest assured we haven't given up. Storyboards definitely in the works for the rest of Empty Eye, and a couple new scripts to come in the summer.

April 30, 2013 | Registered CommenterDoug

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