legogod replied to the topic Lego Part…. (hope this is the right place to post this) in the forum General Brickfilming 7 years, 11 months ago
*I’m not entirely sure, but the lego skateboards have small sets of wheels that snap on. You could remove these wheels and have two small dumbbells.
http://shop.lego.com/Product/AssetPopup … setType=13
-now I am pretty sure that they snap on.
*Whether entirely sure or not, an idea is an idea :P.
An animation from the mouth.
My favorite entry of the WOW contest rears its mangy head with the blunt concept-literalness. The shot set up here LOOKS almost like the interior of a mouth. The angle of the shot has the wall abutment cut off behind the smirking boys head and one could imagine the lone tooth on the end of the jaw bone. The wall has…[Read more]
legogod replied to the topic Video of BrickFest Contest – Folks Still Interested? in the forum Contests Discussion 11 years, 7 months ago
Go ahead and post them. I’d like to remember what I forgot.
legogod replied to the topic Rate the avatar of the person above you out of 10! in the forum Community 11 years, 8 months ago
A popularity rises amongst us. Not only are we trying to make the best film, now our sigs and avatars have been thrust into the mix-still images that hopefully capture the essence of ourselves and the projects we make.
I would like to know where some of these ideas come from. A sentence rating the above member’s post seems childish (as most of…[Read more]
I like making distinct titles in paint programs. You will have total control over what you want in the frame. If you wish to have the titles animated, start saving the pictures as
(changing the 1 as needed) so the pics stay in order. I’ve used Photoshop a lot. The bump and nudge abilities allow for some minute changes…[Read more]
I suck at online play. Hardly creep a bit before I get hit by a level 7 hero of the opposite team with a bunch of baddies. I preordered Frozen Throne and the new heroes are amazing. I think I’ll stick to being beat by a computer.
Thanks for the offer though
Here are the instructions for the chandelier in Macabre Manor. A nice, spooky looking construction.
I start my new job at Staples on Monday, and I plan on buying my bus tickets and registering in the next two weeks.
Like I said before: I will be videotaping the animation festival and placing audience reactions on my website again this year (in .wmv format of course). I can’t wait until then
…I also want this hot weather to stop. 95+ for…[Read more]
This is a great animation.
The establishing shot of the mouth confines to a space no one knows how large. After the clock has ticked we meet the mouse (a very well built creation) who sings. The timing for the mouth movement is excellent-and there’s even a tongue to stress syllables.
There’s some other things I noticed while…[Read more]
I need a Turkish language pack to view the forum and chat room correctly? Maybe this needs to be fixed, or is it just a hiccup that’s happening to me?
That was a nice quickie. One note I’d like to bring up is the acceleration of the clip. The first eight seconds are the same speed, in the last second why don’t you slow things down? Have the door slowly moving open, creaking to show us nothing is on the other side. (menacing atmosphere) The door flying open and showing nothing cut to blackness in…[Read more]
As a nice free service for the brick community, Brickshelf has saved a lot of time and effort by allowing pictures and other media having to deal with…bricks. “Burying” your files deep within your directory does not hide your live action films. Also, you’re sucking bandwidth from a site reserved for brick aficianados.
I hope you move your…[Read more]
The Thing/Lego Chainsaw Massacre
Legolomo IV: Horror
The simple answer:
Move to Connecticut.
The hard answer:
The kind of yard saling I do is more like a religion. I was brought up in a family of yard salers. Every Saturday my Grandma has a list of all the yard sales/garage sales/rummage sales/barn sales/moving sales in the five town area. (She gets these from the Shopper’s Guide). DO NOT ask…[Read more]
*1. 4-28 gallon tubs, about 60 pounds apiece-almost 250 pounds, but you must take off poundage for instructions (about ten when I heft them).
2. There were a couple in the old forum. Their time here was short. Brick Witch is a female, and the new teacher who had her class make the posters for Jason’s contest is also female. Other than that at…[Read more]
Now you have a black box with two dotted squares in the middle. To the left there are some icons. There’s just a plain old “T” and another “T” with four directional arrows around it.
Now, you asked about scrolling text-so you want the “T” with the four arrows around it.
1. Go ahead and click that “T”
2. Click on the…[Read more]
Instead of crying out about why your thread was deleted: (when there are 165 members, and only four who can answer this question) post a private message to one of the moderators.
Mods: (should you use this list to PM them)
I hope you have some ideas where the buttons are.
Drag the slider on the timeline to the place you want to cut. Select the razor tool (if it’s not showing, hold down the button until a small menu shows it). Trim your clip at the line (delete the excess if you want).
Now, as for audio-look all the way to the left of your audio…[Read more]
At my high school, senior year, there was a talent show for five guys called “Mr. PHS.” The winner got his tuxedo for the prom paid for by the school (limo, tickets, food included). I entered and sang “I’m my own grandpa” (for the talent portion) in front of an audience of five hundred. Even though I didn’t win first, I made a big enough…[Read more]
1. Doorway-Nick Maniatis
2. Rise of the Empire-Jay Silver
5. Ballad of Fred-Thomas Foote
6. SS-5 Moccassin-Patryk Wawer
7. Ballad of Fred-Thomas Foote
7a. SS-5 Moccassin-Patryk Wawer
8. Out of Time-Buxton
9. Juggler-Nick Maniatis
10. Rise of the Empire-Jay Silver
11. Lego studios monster preview
12. The…[Read more]
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