This is an online soon to be illustrated story. This is just one of several stories I have online; some of them merge together and then branch out on their own, some stand alone. Some struggle to come to life.
There are many parts to this story. While looking for ways to market the Galactic Enterprise this is a branch that began as a simple page dedicated to my fellow Site Fight (website competition) teammates the Starfighters. While the team and the site no longer exist, this website is still dedicated to the Starfighters. It is a collection of short stories and poems I wrote to entertain my fellow Starfighters, and as an exercise to see how short I could get a complete story. There were a couple of lost stories before I thought to save them. The only thing they had in common was the Starfighter theme.
Over time that collection of random stories grew and began to take shape. One day, I noticed the pattern that was emerging. Now, it is an online collection of very short stories that tell an even larger short story (a longer version is still in production). Only The Trial was written with the purpose of tying the stories all together. The rest were just fudged and nudged here and there to make them fall in line.
The latest upgrade to this website has been an upgrade to the page template artwork and other new works of art being added to the Starfighter Archives. All CGI art was done using DAZ 3D Studio and a touch of Photoshop thrown in here and there.
Some parts of the story begin on their own and merge with this story. Other parts expand outward and fill a universe of their own. And, still other parts of the story live and die within the story itself.
There is much to this story. It is not enough for us to just tell you the story; we want to show it to you in real life too. We want you to be able to reach out and touch real walls and push real buttons. We want you to become part of the story and what we are trying to do. Most navigational elements are designed to function whether hyperlinked or not. This story was designed to be more than just something to read; it was designed to be explored.
R. B. Chandler