last night or this moring at around 1 am i got the idea to get the blocks to move and i worked on it to 4 something and when i woke up at 1:34 pm i finished it with the scroll up screen thing and made it my lego E company.
Post by Doan the Nado on Sept 7, 2008 12:32:22 GMT -5
Yes, speed the little things up a lot. The logo coming together and the guy walking out of the room are the major things. Combine dialogue and action where possible (perhaps the guy could be talking as he's walking out of the room). I know that these things took you a while to make and it's disheartening for them to go by in mere seconds, but that is the reality of making cutscenes.
For the sake of consistency and memory conservation, you may want to make a script called, say, "Rusty", that is as follows:
Message Box: "[Rusty] " ... leave box open (or whatever, it's been a while)
Then, when you want to have dialog, you simply Call: Rusty and then Message Box: "what Rusty should say". That way, you aren't repeating "[Rusty]" over and over again and you don't run into problems like spelling it "Rosty". One other error I noticed was "weird" spelled "wired".