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  • #7533

    HappyFace
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    HEY! Hi all!
    I just get my camera i did some test and im ready to do my first film… but i’m not really good when it’s time to have an idea :s so i need some help…

    if you can that would be nice if you help me to get one… thanks!

    #7534

    Anonymous

    one way to get ideas is to just play with LEGO or look at LEGO catalougs. It’s a very inspirational toy for me.

    #7537

    HappyFace
    Participant

    well I was thinking to do that, i command a free lego catalog *LEGO SHOP AT HOME* but that’s long to get… i post it one week ago and I think i will receive it only on July end… well i will try to watch some movie, or look at my lego men maybe it will help 🙂

    thanks for your help ferder :wink

    #7538

    Steal someone else’s. Find a short story you like and adapt it for LEGO people. There are some brickfilms which are straight from movies. It would be even better if you could find something that works better with animation than real life actors, like South Park. It doesn’t lend itself very well as a live action show. 🙂 There are some films on brickfilms.com that are all about gore. I suppose there’s no plot but it works well with animated LEGOs and red plasticine!

    #7539

    HappyFace
    Participant

    I was thinking to make a movie about TERMINATOR called
    TERMINATOR :: RISE OF THE BLOCKS

    what do you think ’bout that?

    #7544

    He’s back…. again.

    #7545

    HappyFace
    Participant

    lol 😆

    #7581

    Anonymous

    “HappyFace” wrote: well I was thinking to do that, i command a free lego catalog *LEGO SHOP AT HOME* but that’s long to get… i post it one week ago and I think i will receive it only on July end… well i will try to watch some movie, or look at my lego men maybe it will help 🙂

    thanks for your help ferder :wink

    actually the new catalogs are kinda bland. If you want to get your imagination reving just go to http://www.brickshelf.com and go to the catalog scans. Its so cool to see all the old good sets in their glory.

    #7624

    HappyFace
    Participant

    ok

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