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Sounds very interesting…
I got to think twice about a story.
2. Everything (from Lego or else) that can be detached without breaking is an element (see example below)
Does tearing apart a chunk of clay count as “breaking” – just kidding :).
Very interesting, this might be the first contest I take part in.
Does tearing apart a chunk of clay count as “breaking” – just kidding
so clay is infinite elements -> be carefull that it stays invisible 😉
but I think nobody will complain about a lumb of blue-tack that wasn’t hidden properly.
This is a very intresting idea.
10 bricks (or other elements) , eh? Quite a challange!
Omg im so srry im stil confused. You can use a total of 10 bricks but can u change your bricks in a differnt scene? ex Humaan=10 in one scene, next scne dog=5, plants=5. Canu do this ?
“brickbrock” wrote: the rules about specialFX were intended to read something like: “what cant be seen, doesn’t count” everything else like duplicating elements, film in film and all that like will be treated like smoke or explosions or everything else.
What about mirrors?
Is a mirror considered a special effect or an object?
I guess the reflected bricks would count as extra bricks so a 5 brick creature should be fine. But would the mirror count as an extra object? The mirror is kind of part of the set maybe it could be considered as a background…?
The scene would be very bright and white, similar to hali’s doorway so there isn’t much more background or setting that could help to tell the story.
alrite, confirmed, I’m in.
“gopedguy” wrote: Omg im so srry im stil confused. You can use a total of 10 bricks but can u change your bricks in a differnt scene? ex Humaan=10 in one scene, next scne dog=5, plants=5. Canu do this ?
Holy moly this is reallt hard. I cant think of a way to take up a max of 2 minute with just 10 bricks. wow this is gona be hard.
That’s why it requires creativity. :wink
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