September 29, 2003 at 10:29 pm #16190
How bout the winner gets $200?
I assume you will be furnishing the prizes?September 29, 2003 at 11:46 pm #16213
I think i discuss this award show thing before with you before, rev)
A award sho would be te best way to do it but it would take a lot of work, and differrent presenters, (characters form lego films, “And now, call them nerds or geeks but their always STEVE AND DAVE”) Anybody up to the challenge? :sunnieslaugh:September 30, 2003 at 5:06 am #16255
How bout the winner gets $200?
I assume you will be furnishing the prizes?
nope, but maybe donations or patrons money, or something. If my small chruch can have a pizza eating contest with 4 people participating that you can win 200 bucks from, i’m pretty sure this community can.
Well lieberman, good luck on your contest if you get any contestants( no offense) .You have WAY to much limitations. Really, your site and everything you do is like the same to brickfilms.com. the same format, same events, same stuff. EVEN THE intro thing says ” Here at Lieberman Bros. we are a community of brick stopmotion animation and Lego lovers. We have created this this site to display our films and ideas of and about brick film animation. We also, in some cases, display films of others. We greatly encourage and support any form of stopmotion animation (especially brick, e.g. Lego, MegaBlocks, Best Lock, ect.)” Isn’t that just very familiar? Be more original!
how many people actually go on to your site per day? My metroid site is on google, yahoo, hotbot, alta vista, search.com, and tons of more search engines, i have average 200 visitors per day. Now i need a forum and a chatroom
There isnt a point to a website or contest if its not popular methinks.
P.S. Shouldn’t you guys get TWO usernames for each one of you? i mean really, cmon, you want to express your own stuff. its not like you’re a huge company community thingNovember 1, 2003 at 4:30 pm #20492
Due to the fact that Brickshelf is down and some may find it hard to get their commercial entry online, we have decided to extend the deadline to November 15th, 2003. To solve this Brickshelf problem we are now asking that you send the file zipped with your email to firstname.lastname@example.org (Please note files can not be larger than 3.98 MB) or send us the link to a site hosting the file other than brickshelf.
We appoligize for any incoviences.November 1, 2003 at 6:51 pm #20516
“Timboh56″ wrote: nope, but maybe donations or patrons money,
My patron money better be going towards a brickshelf replacement, not some lamo contest.November 1, 2003 at 9:20 pm #20542
You are saying that the brickfilms contest was a lamo contest?November 1, 2003 at 9:30 pm #20544
Your patron money is going towards 30 minifigs. That’ll teach you to go making good films.November 3, 2003 at 2:05 am #20718
Brian of GepMember
Well, my patron money better
be doing whatever Rev wants it to do,
or… or… I’ll sic my panda on you!November 10, 2003 at 2:39 am #21706
Just 6 short days until the deadline of our contest. We’ve already recieved one entry and hope to recieve at least a couple more. *crossing fingers*November 10, 2003 at 7:16 pm #21812
Ah, what the hell, I’ll make a quick trailor for Red vrs. Blue.