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    FrontLineSpartan119
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    I know it’s mentioned in a tutorial I read up on that i should only build what the camera sees, but what if that isn’t enough? For example, my war-torn city that Missions in Mombasa takes place in doesn’t exactly have enough structure in the front to count it as a building. Here’s a sample picture of the city:

    Compared to my sample building, it’s completely distorted. These building shouldn’t even count as buildings for a city, but I’m low on legos and my parents agree that it would be weird for a boy of 18 to buy legos now.
    Any tips or suggestions would be appreciated. If this topic is already posted anywhere, go ahead and move this somewhere else.
    I basically need tips on set building. It’s going to be Halo, so I’ll try to switch up the different environments this series takes place in. Thanks again everyone and later!

    #255544

    TwoBit
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    Since when does age matter when purchasing Legos? Look at me, I’ve bought Legos in the past year or so and I’m nearly a quarter of a century old.

    #255546

    Anonymous

    “TwoBit” wrote: Since when does age matter when purchasing Legos? Look at me, I’ve bought Legos in the past year or so and I’m nearly a quarter of a century old.

    Pfft, get outta here GRAMPS! 😛
    For serial though, I don’t see what age has to do with buying LEGO pieces. Last time I checked, they don’t discriminate.
    I say buying some more bricks would be the way to go.

    #255555

    Shale
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    “FrontLineSpartan119” wrote: These building shouldn’t even count as buildings for a city, but I’m low on legos and my parents agree that it would be weird for a boy of 18 to buy legos now.

    Never be ashamed of your hobby. We are brickfilmers, and we must buy bricks!

    #255556

    ko48
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    my parents agree that it would be weird for a boy of 18 to buy legos now.

    So?? many pepolear 20+ years old and still buying lego’s.

    Never be ashamed of your hobby. We are brickfilmers, and we must buy bricks!

    totaly 8)

    #255617

    infurno
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    “FrontLineSpartan119” wrote: I’m low on legos and my parents agree that it would be weird for a boy of 18 to buy legos now.

    Why would that be weird? I don’t think the shop owner will refuse you the LEGO, just because you’re 18. I’ve bought a lot of LEGO in shops and I’m 15.
    But if you really don’t want to buy it at a shop, you should buy it at bricklink.

    “Shale” wrote: Never be ashamed of your hobby. We are brickfilmers, and we must buy bricks!

    You’re damn right !

    #255621

    RP Hoogle
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    Well if you think it’s is embarassing the solution is even more embarassing at first. You must buy a doll. A baby doll. Now that’s embarrasing. Then get a pram then you are now a parent. free to buy all the lego without embarassment. Also if you aren’t scared of internet shopping use bricklink.com

    #255678

    Night Owl
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    Just say it’s for a kid you know without acting like a pervert.

    #255691

    Krick
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    I would go get it with a friend. “So, this is what your little brother said he wanted?” “Yup.”

    #255761

    Markenration
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    I’m actually proud to be a lego fan when I buy legos in the store, because I consider myself as a brickfilmer. With the additional amount of lego, you should be able to build your city.

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