Time Travel?

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April 1, 2003 at 10:36 pm #169
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I posted this on the old board,but who cares. :P

About time traveling,I was thinking of doing that in a movie,like,having the baldes whirling,and have the land change in stop-motion.Just an idea. 8)

April 2, 2003 at 9:55 pm #186
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You need a reply :)

I would possible try a movie with a single character getting “warped” into a time not his own.

This is givng me an idea for a movie, but I have a bit many lego movie “ideas”, so I will have to shelve this one…

April 19, 2003 at 10:35 am #1120
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I whipped up this list of hints on time Travel sequences.

1.Have something move,like a giant disc.
2.A counter to tell the date.
3.A lever to go backward or forward in time.
4.Don’t go overboard with the years-Don’t make the guy travel to the max.Vary the numbers,like 802,701.Not 111,111,111 or 999,999,999.Something like 635,427,810 AD.
5.Make something Protect the machine while traveling.
6.Have a lever to activate the time shield.
7.Vary the scenes.
8.Be creative with the machine.
9.Make it look like it really works.
10.HAVE A PILOT!!!!! :lol: Duh.

April 20, 2003 at 11:28 am #1189
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I don’t know if this helps or not but I built a few while working on on a movie, which I never finished, they might give you ideas.

Just follow the link


Hope you like them.

Ps stick to the smaller one as it is easier to work with, Marty

May 1, 2003 at 10:25 am #1982
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I think I know how to make the blades on mine work-

Have a clip making them turn regularly and calmly.
Then increse the movment you turn them into 6 pieces.Slowly make it 5,then 4.At 4,it’ll look like it’s spinning super fast-that’s when you start traveling.

Do the same thing in the oppistite direction,then overlap the two scenes.It’ll look like two over-lapping blades.

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