I am in a situation were in Star Wars:Last Stand where 2 jedi fight Mercs,and the Apprentice walks up the wall,across,then down again,whenever I get to going across the wall,he won’t stand sideways.
I need help.
try the gunk of kings sticky tak!
double sided tape?
Tilt the camera sideways? (I.E. Christmas w/ Bluntmation, that is if you watched through the credits)
What about you tilt the board sideways and do the folding up sellotape trick! Free double sided tape!
Thanks for the ideas.Topic can be closed now. 8)
the easiest way in my opinion would to turn the set horizontally and animate the figure normally.
Thanks for the ideas.Topic can be closed now.
Do you get it?
kyle, shut up! this topic was closed on April 08 and no further advice is needed.
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P.S. I’d definitely suggest blue-tak, sticky-tak or whatever it’s called. It’s this stuff that behaves like a mixture of clay and chewing-gum, but it stays sticky and soft, comes off Lego without leaving marks of the glue (unlike tape, which does leave some glue behind) and is used as a material to hang posters with by ‘other’ people.
i didnt mean to make you mad windforce. i thought one more little tid bit wouldnt hurt
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