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2022-11-27 2:31:35 AM  
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2022-11-27 9:56:05 AM  
The bird isn't loading here
 
2022-11-27 10:06:24 AM  
The "details looks incredible" because they are CGI rendered Lego scene.
 
2022-11-27 10:30:25 AM  

dennysgod: The "details looks incredible" because they are CGI rendered Lego scene.


There is this. It is fairly obvious by virtue that numerous of the fine details don't exist as actual Lego pieces. Things like door handles, some of the working lights, the reflections, props specific to this movie.

It looks neat, but dumbass starting a Twitter thread and not knowing who made it trying to pass it as real constructed Lego...

That's the internet in a nutshell.
 
2022-11-27 12:12:42 PM  

Quantumbunny: dennysgod: The "details looks incredible" because they are CGI rendered Lego scene.

There is this. It is fairly obvious by virtue that numerous of the fine details don't exist as actual Lego pieces. Things like door handles, some of the working lights, the reflections, props specific to this movie.

It looks neat, but dumbass starting a Twitter thread and not knowing who made it trying to pass it as real constructed Lego...

That's the internet in a nutshell.


looking over the images, do you have any specific examples?
what door handles are not lego pieces?

I don't figure the lighting tells us much about CGI as plenty of builders add lighting to their builds.

overall i'm hard pressed on these to say for sure.

I assume some hand painting is present here like the golden room sign.

the most odd thing to me is the light reinfection on the floors is very shiney looking while legos are generally pretty matte.
The lighting on the walls by the lights and the fireplace looks lego lit up normal to me, while the light reflections on thew foor have a certain high gloss shine look to them that seems off to me.
It's the floor light reflections that made think this was not all real lego.

I am curious what specific lego bits you noticed that you believe are not real at all but drawn.
Like besides the sign what movie specified not lego part prop did you spot?
 
2022-11-27 2:05:49 PM  

PvtStash: Quantumbunny: dennysgod: The "details looks incredible" because they are CGI rendered Lego scene.

There is this. It is fairly obvious by virtue that numerous of the fine details don't exist as actual Lego pieces. Things like door handles, some of the working lights, the reflections, props specific to this movie.

It looks neat, but dumbass starting a Twitter thread and not knowing who made it trying to pass it as real constructed Lego...

That's the internet in a nutshell.

looking over the images, do you have any specific examples?
what door handles are not lego pieces?

I don't figure the lighting tells us much about CGI as plenty of builders add lighting to their builds.

overall i'm hard pressed on these to say for sure.

I assume some hand painting is present here like the golden room sign.

the most odd thing to me is the light reinfection on the floors is very shiney looking while legos are generally pretty matte.
The lighting on the walls by the lights and the fireplace looks lego lit up normal to me, while the light reflections on thew foor have a certain high gloss shine look to them that seems off to me.
It's the floor light reflections that made think this was not all real lego.

I am curious what specific lego bits you noticed that you believe are not real at all but drawn.
Like besides the sign what movie specified not lego part prop did you spot?


How about because it came from a reddit thread called Lego: The Shining (HD Renders)

https://www.reddit.com/r/lego/comments/mcw1gv/lego_the_shining_hd_renders/
 
2022-11-27 4:43:42 PM  
Noah_Tall:

It's still real to me, dammit
 
2022-11-28 8:30:00 AM  
It's so realistic! I can't believe it was made with Lego, the details look amazing!
 
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