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Postby robbo » 26 Aug 2014, 22:41

Even the Legos are doing it!

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Postby EviL Ras » 27 Aug 2014, 11:10

LoL!
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Re: Techpond "Lego Minifigures" thread (we're not sad..)

Postby Johnmcl7 » 07 Sep 2014, 12:25

That's amazing, the animation is incredibly smooth and fluid (a lot of these Lego stop motion animations I find are too ambitious and look too jerky) plus it's absolutely spot on for Titanfall.

I've been keeping an eye out for the Lego Town Master set where you can build a Sims like city by building a real Lego structure then capturing it with a phone camera to put it into the virtual world. I saw a few on Amazon for a silly price but couldn't find it on the UK store at all, I eventually found an article claiming it's US only :(

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Re: Techpond "Lego Minifigures" thread (we're not sad..)

Postby Tappy » 07 Sep 2014, 14:43

Smart pistol noobs... ;)

That's really good.
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Postby robbo » 07 Sep 2014, 20:10

Awesome!!
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Postby robbo » 09 Oct 2014, 23:29

Brick 2014 anyone?! http://www.brick2014.com/
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Re: Techpond "Lego Minifigures" thread (we're not sad..)

Postby Tappy » 10 Oct 2014, 09:22

Not so sure that we're the target demographic...

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Robbo, quick, have a kid so we can pretend we're just there for the sake of the children. Actually, I see loads of people with kids, I could just steal one.
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Re: Techpond "Lego Minifigures" thread (we're not sad..)

Postby robbo » 10 Oct 2014, 16:54

Tappy wrote:I see loads of people with kids, I could just steal one.


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Re: Techpond "Lego Minifigures" thread (we're not sad..)

Postby steffcip » 11 Oct 2014, 12:24

29th would work for me :)
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Postby steffcip » 11 Oct 2014, 12:33

steffcip wrote:29th would work for me :)

seen the ticket prices, a bit expensive for me with 2 kids to pay for + transport :) it's expensive to have 3 kids these days
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Postby Johnmcl7 » 11 Oct 2014, 12:38

I think Robbo's point was we could borrow one of your kids each so we can go to the show, I'm sure we could pay them in...

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Re: Techpond "Lego Minifigures" thread (we're not sad..)

Postby EviL Ras » 11 Oct 2014, 12:41

Arent you guys coming down the weekend before for the techpond drinks in london? Or are we moving to this weekend so we can be lego nerds..
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Re: Techpond "Lego Minifigures" thread (we're not sad..)

Postby steffcip » 11 Oct 2014, 13:00

Johnmcl7 wrote:I think Robbo's point was we could borrow one of your kids each so we can go to the show, I'm sure we could pay them in...

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yes I know what Robbo wanted :) I'm sure you can go without kids but if you want me to come with all my kids then feel free to "gift" some tickets

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