Episode 119

About this Episode:
Oops, looks like the doors on my two sets aren’t quite lined up in the third frame.

Zombie Clichรฉ Lookout:
Even in the zombie apocalypse people are going to do things that make them dangerous, or at least really creepy, and they often get physically restrained (handcuffed, tied up, locked in a closet, etc.) by other survivors. This can be played a couple of different ways. Sometimes the character ends up serving as comic relief until they redeem themselves somehow and are freed. In the darker stories, they end up geting left behind – usually accidentally – and then devoured by zombies while they’re helpless to defend themselves.

39 Comments

BrickVoid

Given his reaction when the zombie was attacking, I’m tempted to say they should just leave him there. But I’m definitely not wanting to see him become one of the zombie horde either. *Flips coin … And it lands on an edge! ๐Ÿ˜€

Reply
zombies! :)

If that was me. I would shut up and wait for my freedom. But its not so I guess I’ll just have to watch what’s-his-name complain. But I agree with brickvoid

Reply
Dave

That would be Sam, and he’s not the most rational thinker right now.

On a somewhat related note, what a character bio page be helpful to everyone? It seems like there are some characters who people don’t know very well just yet.

Reply
BrickVoid

I think you mean “would a character bio page be helpful to everyone”. Yes, it would, definitely. If you change character appearances, make an older self of a given character, or morph them into a villain be sure to include that change as a part of their bio. ๐Ÿ˜‰

Reply
Dave

Damn typos. Yeah, that’s what I meant.

All right, I guess I’ll have to knock out a bio page. Should be fun.

Silver Fox

Makes me think of scene out of The Walking Dead… least it could be a set up for one…. wonder if he’ll cut off his own hand to escape a horde of ravenous zombies.

Reply
Dave

I have to say I hated that part of TWD, so I’m probably not going to do the same ๐Ÿ™‚

Reply
Nekrospike

I laughed when first seeing this I had wondered what had happened to Sam, ๐Ÿ˜€ lol really though…Sam is so thick…simply pick up the fire extinguisher and then
a) He’s Free
b) Hes got a zombie weapon on a chain that can also put out fires ๐Ÿ˜€

Reply
Replica

Probably bearable strain that is an adequate weapon against zombies or anything else living or undead and fires or either starving to death or being turned into a zombie or zombie food. I wonder…

Reply
Adelaide C. F.

Ahahah… poor Sam! ๐Ÿ˜€

Anyway, the “character bio” page would be cool! ๐Ÿ™‚

Reply
Nikolai

It provides a lot of inspiration for zombie stuff, especially my movies. You should try it.

Reply
Tyler

not one to talk about zombiesbut when does that come out and how do you get to it?

Nekrospike

Yes xbox it is already out and ps3 is next month…if PSN gets back up and running -.-

Tyler

hey thanks guys like i said before i am not really one to talk zombie movies but check this out!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cos7APz8ves

sorry it can’t be a link i dont know how to do that….
(movie by tomjoetwins check out the other stuff on that channel it’s pretty good stuff.)

Reply
Dave

That’s a nice one! Your link works just fine.

Your comment posted twice, so I removed the duplicate.

Reply
Dave

I wish I could. It’d be a hell of a lot of fun to do some short films based in the BotD universe.

Reply
zombies! :)

1) No one would watch it(with the exception of the people on this website 2) would cost a lot 3) would require computer animation 4) I love that idea(sorry if this damaged your hopes for making the movie)

Reply
Dave

All valid points. The best I could ever hope to do is short films posted on YouTube, but I couldn’t pull it off anytime in the foreseeable future.

Reply
Jasmine

Plus, 1. It would attract ppl to the site. 2. Stuff like this doesn’t cost that much. 3. You can just download one of those computer animation softwares.

Reply
Dave

It would definitely bring in people. I could always use more traffic.

I thought you meant a live-action movie. I’ve never worked with animation stuff outside of a bit of Flash. Is there a program that’s cheap/free and pretty accessible?

Reply
BrickVoid

You should check out the LDRAW utilities available. Especially L3P and POV-RAY or or your preferred renderer. I’m pretty sure you could do something really good in those if you put your mind to it! ๐Ÿ˜‰

As for animation via photographing LEGO all you need is stop-motion software and a camera to take the pictures with! ๐Ÿ˜‰

Whichever way you choose, I’m looking forward to whatever you come up with! ๐Ÿ˜‰

Reply
Dave

I’ll have to check out LDraw. I’ve tried the stop motion and I know I’ll never have the patience to do anything with that.

WJS

The handcuffs do seem a little much. Then again, he didn’t just fail to help Stew, he stopped the others from helping him too.

Reply

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *