Easter eggs, How to use them.

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    Easter eggs, Hidden reference or joke within the scene. Do you use them in your films? Do you want to?
    I love Easter eggs so I try to put them inn. Like in my last film you can se Red hood and wolf man minifigs snogging in the background. (It seemed funny at the time)

    Another example could be a picture of gandalf on dumbledoors desk
    Or gandalf having a book named “robe bleaching 101”.
    Or a movie poster with a quote in its title , Like “Bazinga II”
    Its easy once you get your mind to it.

    Great places for easer eggs, Pictures, Logos, Book names, Signs, posters. You know the props you add too the scene to make it more alive. Tricky bit is, it have to be subtle or it will ruin the mood and/or focus of that scene. Dont make it to central in the shot, unless thats what you are going for.



    Oh, and unless its “Easter Eggz-The movie”
    Less is more. It will be messy if a raid on the Uruk-hai fortress is just a pile out of place refrences, that just so happen to have a battle in it.

    Try and see if they fit at all. And dont be afraid to put an easteregg on Ice or change it, when you notice that the stormtrooper in the battle of helms deep stick out too much. But the Ewok or Wookie witch is brown is harder to see amongst the Uruk-Hai.
    (PS: OH! If you want to borrow or make some of these Ideas your own, help yourself.)



    That’s a great idea Morten!

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