The Cube Part I of III

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April 8, 2003 at 10:30 am #294
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NewLegoCinema

This was my first movie to post on the net.Its really not all that good,I filmed it BEFORE I got my baseplate.It was filmed on a Age of Empires II:The Conquerors stragegy guide! :lol: Who’s who-
Matt-Blue hat guy.
Nick-Green clothes guy with brown hat.
I did BOTH voices.It’s filmed with Legocam,all “The Cube Parts I-III” movies are filmed with it. :P The end is quite funny if you ask me.Oh,here’s the url to the page-
Click this">http://technoamation.homestead.com/MAN_NLC_Page.html

Click this

April 8, 2003 at 10:31 am #295
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NewLegoCinema

Opps…I screwed up..I picked “quote” instead of “edit”. :lol:
http://technoamation.homestead.com/MAN_NLC_Page.html

May 6, 2003 at 10:47 am #2365
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NewLegoCinema

Ummm…any comments?

May 7, 2003 at 6:09 pm #2456
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Yolegoman

“NewLegoCinema” wrote: Ummm…any comments?

Yeah right, you posted this b4 at the old forum

Sorry. No comments from me.

May 7, 2003 at 6:52 pm #2459
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Ferder

umm. That was kinda confusing. I couln’t really follow the plot (if there was one). I suggest that when you are recording into the LEGO cam don’t hold it while you are talking, cause there’s a lot of “click-clacking” in the background that makes the dialouge hard to here.

May 9, 2003 at 8:59 pm #2579
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NewLegoCinema

“Ferder” wrote: umm. That was kinda confusing. I couln’t really follow the plot (if there was one). I suggest that when you are recording into the LEGO cam don’t hold it while you are talking, cause there’s a lot of “click-clacking” in the background that makes the dialouge hard to here.

Thanks.That would be usefull.I know you still use the Legocam(or do you?).
The plot is alot like,the “2 Guys(or geeks :P ) having an adventure” genre.So,basicly there is no plot.I just put some stuff on a AOE:II:TC Strategy guide and filmed stuff and blurted out words when recording. :lol: So I’ll try to keep the cam still when recording.

Well,it’s my first film right? :evil

May 9, 2003 at 9:27 pm #2581
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Ferder

Yes, I still use the LEGO cam.
It’s a good thing that you have a baseplate now.
I’ve found that it’s best (when you’re new) to make movies that have no dialouge and just a little cartoon style gag. (In my very first movie all that happened was a guy is walking along a baseplate when he falls over a lego brick in his path. the movie was called “A short Trip”.) You need quite a bit of experiance before you’re at the piont where you’re good enough at animation to make your characters come to life and act real.
anyway, good luck with your future movies :)

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