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you know how on the front of lego boxes they have the lego set up in a cool scene. well, do you think they make a model on mecabricks or some other website like it and then move it to blender then put it on the lego box?
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1 month ago
They use professional photography to capture the physical sets against a plain background, then they mask out the background and replace it with a matte painting. As far as I know, they have never used LEGO CAD software other than LDD (which is far too unrealistic), and I doubt they even know of Blender.
1 month ago
but how do they get the lego guys in weird positions
1 month ago
They position them. With the points of articulation that they actually, physically, have.
1 month ago
but you know how in mecabricks you can make them move their arms, legs, and heads in positions that normal lego guys can't make. sometimes they do that in sets
1 month ago
Could you post an example?
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