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Tuesday
Jan072014

Storyboards - "The Empty Eye" Part Four

After a bit of a holiday delay, we've finally gotten around to posting the storyboards for the final part of our latest adventure, "The Empty Eye." This episode is big on action, which means there's a whole bunch of images - 156 in all! Huge thanks once again to our artist, Mei-Yi Chun, who really outdid himself on this final batch.

Storyboards can be viewed one at a time in the gallery, or you can download a PDF combo of the script and boards for easier reading (or printing). We're working on a big combination book of all four parts complete with boards, which should be up soon.

What's next? We are always working on new ideas for Final Frontier, but as this is an unpaid labor of love it's sometimes tough to avoid other things getting in the way. Check back for updates on more scripts in the future and like our Facebook page for future announcements. Thank you for reading!

 

Reader Comments (6)

Excellent.

January 8, 2014 | Unregistered Commenterbatty

Been wondering if this site is alive or dead??

August 6, 2014 | Unregistered Commenterfirebird

Hi firebird! We're not dead, we're just kind of in a coma. Two of us have kids, one of us (me) just got married, so finding time to write new scripts has been very difficult. I've gotten a few pages into several new storylines, but nothing's close to finished yet. I've also been talking to one of our artists about some new ship designs, but that's moving slowly as well.

We're not going away, we're just having a bit of difficulty making time for the project right now. But Chase and crew are definitely still kicking around in my head all the time.

August 11, 2014 | Registered CommenterDoug

thanks, now I know!!!!

August 11, 2014 | Unregistered Commenterfirebird

I thought you may find interesting...it is portion from an article I found. "Is Star Trek Franchise in Trouble?" which was dated December 10, 2014...

Worth noting are two of the more interesting Star Trek pitches of the last decade or so. The first was a proposed animated series called Star Trek: Final Frontier. While existing in the "pre-boot" Trek continuity, this one moved things forward several decades beyond Star Trek: The Next Generation, introduced a host of new characters, but retained all of the classic Star Trek design elements that, when you really think about it, are as essential to the brand's marketability as the names of any of the characters. Perhaps moreso. You can read much more about that, including some storyboards on the Star Trek: Final Frontier site.

February 7, 2015 | Unregistered Commenterfirebird

Thanks! I usually keep up on our media mentions, but that one slipped by me.

February 9, 2015 | Registered CommenterDoug

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