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Lego Art & Design Principles 101

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Re: Lego Art & Design Principles 101

Post by DarthPineapple on Thu Mar 06, 2008 9:39 am

I focus on small things mostly like minifigs or vehicles. Sometimes I get a bit bigger but it doesn't look that cool anymore as you can see on my gunship. I knew this information already, but thanks anyway Rook! Smile



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Re: Lego Art & Design Principles 101

Post by Clonecommando007 on Thu Mar 06, 2008 11:55 am

I still like playing and making starfighters and gunship sized vehicles. Flying ones.
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Re: Lego Art & Design Principles 101

Post by DarthPineapple on Thu Mar 06, 2008 2:49 pm

Clonecommando007 wrote:Flying ones.

Try one out of the window if it flies. Razz
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Re: Lego Art & Design Principles 101

Post by Rook on Thu Mar 06, 2008 2:56 pm

I use to make parachutes for my Lego men and through them out of my tree.
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Re: Lego Art & Design Principles 101

Post by DarthPineapple on Thu Mar 06, 2008 4:16 pm

Looks cool, I want to see an airborne on a parachute! Laughing
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Re: Lego Art & Design Principles 101

Post by astoriabluelegos on Thu Mar 06, 2008 4:39 pm

DarthPineapple wrote:Looks cool, I want to see an airborne on a parachute! Laughing

They actualy made minifigures with prachutes for the Dino Attack Line, I've got two, unfortunatly the parachutes are non-detachable.

P.S. I get that much money from working REALLY HARD on whatever needs to be done. Smile Blue Arc
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Re: Lego Art & Design Principles 101

Post by Rook on Fri Mar 07, 2008 8:40 pm

Color Moods & Camouflage 101

What are color moods?

Color moods are what you feel when you look at a color. Example: When think of a hospital what color do think? White. What’s the feeling of a hospital. Clean maybe, stand off “ish”, or don’t touch.

So does white feel warm? No. What colors feel warm? Orange or Yellow. Think of a sunny summer day. What do you see?

So how does this help me build a better model?

What do you want people to feel when they see this model?

Fear or mystery? Black.

Calm and at peace? Green.

Racing and fast? Red.

Cool or cold? Blue.

So, color helps convey an emotion. Why? Ask a psychologist.

Ok everyone understands “Camouflage”. You may or may no want to camouflage an item. But remember when you pick colors for a military item they are often camouflaged to their environment. Desert = Sandy Tans & Browns, Forest or Jungle = Greens & Browns, Ice & Snow = White & Blues. Well you get the idea. Have Fun & Keep Building.


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Re: Lego Art & Design Principles 101

Post by astoriabluelegos on Fri Mar 07, 2008 8:44 pm

Interesting, I've never thought about what a color means before! Smile Blue Arc
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Re: Lego Art & Design Principles 101

Post by Rook on Fri Mar 07, 2008 8:45 pm

Post is finished now. Sorry just cleaning up spelling mistakes.


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Re: Lego Art & Design Principles 101

Post by astoriabluelegos on Fri Mar 07, 2008 8:50 pm

Rook wrote:Post is finished now. Sorry just cleaning up spelling mistakes.

Do you mean spelling mistakes? Wink Blue Arc
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Post by Rook on Fri Mar 07, 2008 9:40 pm

Yep those! Hehe. See the importance of checking your posts.
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Post by astoriabluelegos on Fri Mar 07, 2008 9:41 pm

YEAH! I'm a terrible computer speller! Mad Blue Arc
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Re: Lego Art & Design Principles 101

Post by Clonecommando007 on Fri Mar 07, 2008 9:45 pm

Me likes that. I knew some color meanings, but it makes more sense now. Smile
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Re: Lego Art & Design Principles 101

Post by astoriabluelegos on Sat Mar 08, 2008 12:04 am

These don't apply to Clones though, there color denotations are generally different. Wink Blue Arc
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Re: Lego Art & Design Principles 101

Post by DarthPineapple on Sat Mar 08, 2008 7:27 am

Haha selling mistakes! Well, even the MODs make a fault from time to time. Razz

Yes and then we go back and edit them. Like everyone else should. Smile MOD

It was some kind of a quote, not a typo of my own! Mad


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Re: Lego Art & Design Principles 101

Post by Rook on Sat Mar 08, 2008 1:23 pm

astoriabluelegos wrote:These don't apply to Clones though, there color denotations are generally different. Wink Blue Arc

Yep this is general color theory. Individuals may have unique responses to certain colors because of their life experiences but this is how the majority of people in western culture perceive a color. Colors used on Clone markings were not used for this purpose but of course just as a means of showing rank.
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Re: Lego Art & Design Principles 101

Post by Comrade Faie on Sat Mar 08, 2008 1:28 pm

Rook wrote:
astoriabluelegos wrote:These don't apply to Clones though, there color denotations are generally different. Wink Blue Arc

Yep this is general color theory. Individuals may have unique responses to certain colors because of their life experiences but this is how the majority of people in western culture perceive a color. Colors used on Clone markings were not used for this purpose but of course just as a means of showing rank.

Actually I perceive red to be hot or warm. I guess it just depends on what your personal preferences are. Fordo Yo!

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Re: Lego Art & Design Principles 101

Post by astoriabluelegos on Sat Mar 08, 2008 5:34 pm

In some cases Clone markigs COULD be interpreted(spelling?) using these standards, as in some cases, like the 501st, blue DOES equal COOL! Smile Blue Arc
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Re: Lego Art & Design Principles 101

Post by DarthPineapple on Sat Mar 08, 2008 5:58 pm

astoriabluelegos wrote:In some cases Clone markigs COULD be interpreted(spelling?) using these standards, as in some cases, like the 501st, blue DOES equal COOL! Smile Blue Arc

But in Star Wars the most 'cool' color is ornage, since it's the color of 212th. Razz
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Re: Lego Art & Design Principles 101

Post by astoriabluelegos on Sat Mar 08, 2008 6:02 pm

^ VERY true! come too think of it, ALL Clone color markings equal COOL! Razz Blue Arc
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Re: Lego Art & Design Principles 101

Post by DarthPineapple on Sat Mar 08, 2008 6:58 pm

astoriabluelegos wrote:^ VERY true! come too think of it, ALL Clone color markings equal COOL! Razz Blue Arc

You should add that Rook! Razz
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Re: Lego Art & Design Principles 101

Post by Comrade Faie on Sat Mar 08, 2008 7:44 pm

You are forgetting the best commando in the galaxy. Scorch (fire), his color is red so that does actually represent him. Fordo Yo!

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Re: Lego Art & Design Principles 101

Post by Clonecommando007 on Sat Mar 08, 2008 8:14 pm

Scorch has the color yellow. Yellow
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Re: Lego Art & Design Principles 101

Post by astoriabluelegos on Sun Mar 09, 2008 1:29 am

Commander Faie wrote:You are forgetting the best commando in the galaxy. Scorch (fire), his color is red so that does actually represent him. Fordo Yo!

And that stuff on his helmet doesn't represent fire it represents blood. Scorch is kinda wild and not totally mentally stable, which leads the other commandos of Delta Squad to wonder if it's REAL or not... Wink Blue Arc
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Re: Lego Art & Design Principles 101

Post by Comrade Faie on Sun Mar 09, 2008 12:10 pm

astoriabluelegos wrote:
Commander Faie wrote:You are forgetting the best commando in the galaxy. Scorch (fire), his color is red so that does actually represent him. Fordo Yo!

And that stuff on his helmet doesn't represent fire it represents blood. Scorch is kinda wild and not totally mentally stable, which leads the other commandos of Delta Squad to wonder if it's REAL or not... Wink Blue Arc

Thats why I like him in clone commando he does everything for us. Razz

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