Topic: LEGO Studios Cardboard Backgrounds

I was looking for the night time LEGO Studios cardboard backdrop, but couldn't find any high quality pictures on the internet, so Aled graciously scanned it in for me to stitch together! So now, I present to you the LEGO Studios night time backdrop in glorious JPG form!

So if you wish to use this in your film, feel free to!

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https://bricksafe.com/files/rioforce/Brickfilming/lego-studios-backgrounds/LEGO%20Studios%20Night%20Background%20%28Aled%29.jpg/800x303.jpg
(Warning: 41.6 MB Download)

We also found these on the internet. They're the infinite loop versions of the paper backdrops. Scanned by ToysPeriod, apparently.

https://bricksafe.com/files/rioforce/Brickfilming/lego-studios-backgrounds/Night-infinite.png/800x190.jpg

https://bricksafe.com/files/rioforce/Brickfilming/lego-studios-backgrounds/Shops-infinite.png/800x190.jpg

If anyone owns any other backdrops or has higher quality scans, please reply below and we can add them to this collection. I don't want to see this stuff lost to time.

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Re: LEGO Studios Cardboard Backgrounds

Wow! This is awesome! It's always hard for me to find backgrounds, so thanks! mini/bigsmile

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Re: LEGO Studios Cardboard Backgrounds

I've got both the day and night city backdrops, several of the small Harry Potter dorm room ones, as well as some others. Any suggestions on how to scan? I don't really have that great/big of a scanner, but I could always give it a shot.

I've always loved these backgrounds and would love to see more brickfilms utilize them. This is a way to actually share them with many more people and give brickfilmers this opportunity in their toolbox. mini/smile

Re: LEGO Studios Cardboard Backgrounds

Aled scanned his in sections (with a photo for reference) since the scanner was smaller than the cardboard. Make sure each section has some overlap so you can perfectly line up things as needed in photoshop. Also try to keep the horizontal lines as straight as possible so there's not as much rotating needed in post.

If you scan some and don't know how to stitch them together, feel free to PM me a dropbox link or something and I'll help out!

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Re: LEGO Studios Cardboard Backgrounds

If you have a decent phone camera you could try using the Microsoft Office Lens app to get a scan mini/smile

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