timdrage started the topic New live action sci-fi film from Spite Your Face Productions! in the forum Community 2 years, 3 months ago
Here at Spite Your Face we’re alll for youtube! …even tho it’s kind of ugly, fashionable, rubbish and probably due to implode at any minute.
I personally see it as a compliment if someone thinks your film is good enough that they wanna share it with others. More people seeing it can only be good!
We occasionally do request people to…[Read more]
“brianfast” wrote: [quote=”Matthew Buick”]Thanks very much, will the Blu-Tack be visible ?
Not if you place it right.[/quote]
Believe me, it WILL be visible! However hard you try there’s always at least a little bit excapes! it’s sneaky stuff. Noone will notice tho. If it’s really bad you can digitally erase it frame by frame!
I find it…[Read more]
The best option if you’ve not shot the footage already is definitely to film them with no mouths (scrape off very carefully with craft knife or some such) or no face at all! (don’t even need to deface them, just turn the head around so it’s blank!)
I’m seriously impressed, this is the ONLY civil, reasonable discussion of Michael Moore I’ve seen on the net! I guess LEGO brings out the best in people!
Every other thread I’ve read elsewhere, however serious + respectable the forum, has degenerated almost immediately into “MICHAEL MOORE IS FAT LOL HE USES EDITING!!1!!”
How could I forget…
Yeah, erazerhead is superb… It’s been easilty avaliable for ages here in the UK, you can get the DVD pretty cheap at the moment… but apparently not so easy in USA? I think you can get it tho, it’s a quite expensive box set thing, avaliable from davidlynch.com and maybe elsewhere?
Even better than 3D LEGO would be…… IMAX 3D LEGO!
I’m at liberty to say that there’s not a lot going on at Spite Your Face right now as far as LEGO goes… Since Studios is no longer a current/new range I suppose there’s not as much call for movies… The official lego studios site is currently offline too :(…
But who knows what the future may bring?
So, we’re taking a break from…[Read more]
Was it a member of Brickfilms?[quote]Nope, it was made Spite Your Face productions,
Hey, we are members of Brickfilms! (if very inactive ones…:()
I can’t remember off the top of my head what we filmed the Python movie on (it may say in our interview on brickfilms I think??)… but some kind of fairly high-end minidv…[Read more]
I always suggest sticking them to a piece of glass (or perspex/plastic to be safer?) suitably angled to avoid any glares/reflections…
this is what we did for the carbonite flying thru the air in ‘the Han Solo Affair’
If it’s good enough for Stanley Kubrick (the zero-g floating pen in ‘2001’), then it’s good enough for Legomovies!…[Read more]
Apologies for not replying to your email zirkusaffe, been busy and/or in Japan recently! I was going to reply just now, but I appear to have lost the message, doh!
Anyway, looks like you’ve got some useful advice from others, probably anything I would have told you has been said here… If you need to know any more feel free to email me…[Read more]
“Drunken Farmer Ben” wrote: So, why not steal our lego collections from ourselves, and have twice the Legos! And when we steal them from ourselves in the future, we will have the set we stole from ourselves in the past.
Ah, but this will cause a feedback loop which will destroy the fabric of time + space, thus:
When you steal your own Lego,…[Read more]