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A question about lego gore

Post by Texhnophille » Sat Oct 07, 2017 2:18 am

In many batreps/forum battles I'd seen there were trans-red or fire elements attached to a minifig to simulate an exploding gunshot wound. I wonder what do you guys use to attach those pieces to minifigs? Is it something as simple as plasticine, or something diffirent?
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Re: A question about lego gore

Post by Gorthaff » Sat Oct 07, 2017 9:02 am

W often just pull the minifig apart at the waist a bit, and wedge it in. Otherwise, I've seen stuff like Blue-Tac being used. With good angles you can hide the stuff, and its more important to keep the minifig clean and reusable than to make a picture perfect. Also, I do know that some people have leg parts with one of te legs broken off to simulate dismemberment, so I suppose you could have a permanently affixed 'headshot' part too.
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Re: A question about lego gore

Post by Texhnophille » Sat Oct 07, 2017 12:15 pm

Gorthaff wrote:W often just pull the minifig apart at the waist a bit, and wedge it in. Otherwise, I've seen stuff like Blue-Tac being used. With good angles you can hide the stuff, and its more important to keep the minifig clean and reusable than to make a picture perfect. Also, I do know that some people have leg parts with one of te legs broken off to simulate dismemberment, so I suppose you could have a permanently affixed 'headshot' part too.
Woah, what a dedication. So I suppose there's no way to attach the wound effects to a minifig without leaving some leftovers on it.
Thanks for the info, I'll go look for this Blue-Tac thingy.
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Re: A question about lego gore

Post by Gorthaff » Sat Oct 07, 2017 2:12 pm

Its just the brand name, I have no idea what the actual thing is called. Its an adhesive thats basically like chewed up chewing gum.
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I tend to just pile the shit on myself..

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Re: A question about lego gore

Post by Zupponn » Mon Oct 09, 2017 8:37 pm

I was doing a lot of experimenting with solid red legos to use in action shots of minifigs being killed.

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Re: A question about lego gore

Post by Texhnophille » Tue Oct 10, 2017 4:49 am

Zupponn wrote:I was doing a lot of experimenting with solid red legos to use in action shots of minifigs being killed.

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You really just have to try things out and see what looks good.

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The buildable gore looks amazing, thanks! Gotta surf briklink for so many red pieces though.
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Re: A question about lego gore

Post by Duerer » Tue Oct 10, 2017 4:57 am

I'm usually using a lot of red transparent 1x1 studs and red snakes to depict gore and guts.
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Re: A question about lego gore

Post by AZKAMAT » Wed Oct 11, 2017 12:28 pm

They made blood red bushes a while back that are good for explosions and gore.
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Re: A question about lego gore

Post by Kastrenzo » Tue Nov 21, 2017 7:51 pm

I just put RT studs on dead bodies, or sprinkle them on the ground if someone got blown up or dismembered

ends up looking weird sometimes because cylinders and cones get mixed in with the studs.

internal organs I guess?
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