Hi, howya doing?
If you've ever seen one of my films,
I haven't recently, but I'll take your word for it
you'll know that my sets are pretty suckish,
No sweat, happens to the best of us
mainly because I don't have that many bricks.
A leading cause of bad sets.
Well, I've got $100 bucks
Somebody got a job!
to blow on LEGO
Blow on LEGO? Do you mean like this?
so I was wondering if you guys could help me out.
Well, I'm open to help you.
What colours/pieces are most useful specifically for building amazing sets?
Try to stay away from anything to harsh. Avoid reds, bright greens, yellows. Go with something general, like White or Gray. Bley is hard to come by, but looks very nice too. Black is OK, but tends to reflect -- a big no-no for brickfilming (greenscreening problems, seeing your own lens). Tan bricks are easier to find then Bley, but you still gotta look. Tan will come out nice, too.
Hope it helps!
"actuallly this involves spiderman too, not batman. but im also taking a new approach, more comedy, less action. i dont see to many movies like that with more comedy than action" --SteveStarfyTV
on an Indiana Jones meets Star Wars idea.