“badgerboy” wrote: I think there should be some diversity. Maybe in Japan, most of the city could be flooded that only the roofs of buildings are above ground, and a character would have to search for food. Then over in Europe, something happens, then in America, something happens, then in Asia, something happens, etc. etc. A lot of different places around the world should be represented.
I know. I didn’t mean JUST america or just one country.
“Hazzat” wrote: Also, I was going to suggest that all of this was caused by global warming…
Even though the north is melting, the south is increasing in size, so the earth flooding realy isn’t true.
And I realy don’t want to get on the “global warming” train. We’ll leave THAT to the media.
Why not everybody makes a minifig running and send it to someone that can make a street with like 40 minifigs running in there?
“T.G-Tom” wrote: Why not everybody makes a minifig running and send it to someone that can make a street with like 40 minifigs running in there?
Okay, now think thoroughly about what needs to be done to make that happen and now think of a much more efficient way of doing it without the need to compile dozens of footages with inconsistent qualities together for a single shot.
I think if you went through with this it would be best to attempt to make an original explanation for the end of the world.
“Hazzat” wrote: I would host it if I knew anything about how to do that kind of stuff.
(Any tips from anyone who has done it?)
I’ll submit something.
Just a few specifications:
How long should a clip be on average?
What kind of technology do we have in 2010 (so we’re all on the same page)?
Count me in!
Since it’s only 2 years ahead, I assume technology is generally the same, but I am not in charge
i thought the ancient mayans predicted the world to end in 2013, december something.
“MINTYfreshCOJO” wrote: i thought the ancient mayans predicted the world to end in 2013, december something.
They predicted December 21, 2012
I thought it was December 22nd… Merry Christmas everybody!
Anyway, if this project goes ahead, I’m happy to take the reins for it. It could be really good.
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