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June 26, 2003 at 3:04 am #6492
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Lewa11

LEWA11 PICTURES PRESENTS: The Spider-Man Tribute

Watch as Spider-Man does what he does best in this music video set to the original Spider-Man cartoon show theme song!

13 mb file (I’m working on it :roll )

http://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/Lewa1 … ribute.mpg

Okay, right now the picture is kinda squished, and the file size is pretty large but I’m working on that.

Well, enjoy!

:wink

- Lewa11

June 26, 2003 at 7:10 am #6505
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legotronn

dling right now! :D Ain’t I a lego movie maniac? :D

edit: k, great webs coming out of his hands. liked the (highlight it. it’s a spoiler.)”spiderman pokes his head out from who knows where and faces the robber. :lol: Great movie! It’s the best I’ve known filmed with a lego studios cam. :D

June 26, 2003 at 7:26 am #6508
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Stefan

I must say that the cam’s graininess was kept within bounds. Animation was reasonably smooth, with some clever solutions to the problem of shooting the webs.

The only thing that contrasted the good stuff, was the repetition. Looks like you ran out of footage before the song was over. My advice: next time, just shoot some more!

Stefan.

June 26, 2003 at 5:01 pm #6523
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Logan

Good, very good. I liked it, a touching tribute to spiderman.
Sound 2/5
Good music, but nothing else. The sound didn’t really fit with the action on screen. Sure it was Spiderman, but couldn’t you have had him actually doing the stuff in the song?
Visuals 3.8/5
First of all, the image was pretty grainy and there were a lot of repeated scenes(as has been said before). The animation was pretty smooth(most of the time) and there were some nice tricks,
Story/Plot 2/5
There really wasn’t much of a plot here, just spiderman doing a bunch of stuff. Though I liked it, I couldn’t give you any higher marks in this department.
Overall(not an average): 6.7/10
I liked the music. The spiderman theme was pretty well done, and even though there were a lot of mistakes, I think it was worth the download. I wouldn’t pay 5$ to see it though.

June 26, 2003 at 5:34 pm #6525
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“wandrer2″ wrote:
The only thing that contrasted the good stuff, was the repetition. Looks like you ran out of footage before the song was over. My advice: next time, just shoot some more!

Stefan.

Well, during production, my spiderman figure lost his hand, and then after that his lego popped off, and to this day I stll can’t find them. I would’ve shot more otherwise.

June 26, 2003 at 5:38 pm #6526
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Shootin Bricks

I’m almost afraid to ask…but what do you mean when you say his lego popped off? It sounds painful! :lol:

BTW- Great little movie! Are you gonna enter it in the contest?

June 26, 2003 at 6:27 pm #6540
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“shootin bricks” wrote: I’m almost afraid to ask…but what do you mean when you say his lego popped off? It sounds painful! :lol:

BTW- Great little movie! Are you gonna enter it in the contest?

I meant to say “leg,” but it came out LEGO, I guess I just type that too much. :lol: But uh, when you mean contest, what conest?

June 26, 2003 at 6:47 pm #6547
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legotronn

“Lewa11″ wrote: [quote="shootin bricks"]I’m almost afraid to ask…but what do you mean when you say his lego popped off? It sounds painful! :lol:

BTW- Great little movie! Are you gonna enter it in the contest?

I meant to say “leg,” but it came out LEGO, I guess I just type that too much. :lol: But uh, when you mean contest, what conest?[/quote]

the brickfest contest, for the music video competition.

June 27, 2003 at 2:19 am #6563
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Ferder

I thought it was great. lots of cool scenes and set design.

June 27, 2003 at 11:02 am #6580
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Sketchy

Great tribute to Spider Man :)

Although, as mentioned before, there was a bit of repution, but I understand due to loosing his arm and leg. :wink

That was good footage from the Lego cam, although I would highly reccomend buying a Logitech Quickcam Pro 4000. I had a Lego cam, and now I have a Logitech cam. There is a huge difference in Quality. :D

Anyways, I enjoyed the tribute,

Cheers,

Sketchy

June 29, 2003 at 9:30 pm #6801
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Yo-Blob

loved it, just a question
how did you get the text to move with lego studios?
(don’t mean to take over the post, but if i asked this in general they would say it can’t be done as i thought before this) :oops:

June 29, 2003 at 10:09 pm #6805
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“yodablob” wrote: loved it, just a question
how did you get the text to move with lego studios?
(don’t mean to take over the post, but if i asked this in general they would say it can’t be done as i thought before this) :oops:

I didn’t use LEGO studios on this movie. I used another program called PowerDirector r something, it was a DVD burning software.

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