Keep Scrolling Down To Watch The Entire Star Wars: A New Hope On A Site

Star Wars: A New Hope is one of the greatest sci-fi adventures of all time but watching it in the office is not exactly a good idea (unless you work in a really cool place that lets you watch movies in the office).

Star Wars A New Hope Scrollable

That’s why graphic novelist, illustrator, and artist extraordinaire Martin Panchaud decided to recreate the entire movie into one single, long scrollable schematic.

The result is pretty remarkable as Panchaud took to great lengths to detail the entire movie and recreate it in top-down form while still keeping all the dialogs and moments of A New Hope included.

He even went as far as to draw out detailed schematics of locations and sets, such as the Millenium Falcon, and include bits of information as well.

Entire Star Wars: A New Hope Scrollable

All in all, the entire schematic adds up to about 400 feet in length based on 157 images, created in Adobe Illustrator. If you feel like watching Star Wars: A New Hope, or just want to train your scrolling finger, head over to the site here.

Source: swanh.net

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