Director / CrewWe are Ember Lab and Theophany, creators of the Majora’s Mask Terrible Fate film and remix album, Time’s End Disc II – Ask Us Anything.
Nov 28th 2016 by EmberLab • 5 Questions • 3411 Points
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How long did it take to create the Skull Kid and Salesman models, did you run into any problems? They look amazing and I'm studying animation at University myself, so it's always fun to know as much as I can <3
With my limited reflexes at age 45, a penchant to achieve 100% in the game, but also only so much valuable free time, the most annoying stuff are some of the races. The lighthouse race in the Scooby Adventure World took me embarassingly much time to succeed (hours!stretched over days!). Also runners-up for too hard races: air and underwater in Simpsons world and Mines of Moria (starting point) through Minas town. My question: Are children and young adults while playtesting your beta product way more successful and you have to keep the difficulty artificially high? Or didn't you test with older, less experienced candidates? Currently I'm playing LEGO Marvel Super Heroes from my pile of shame (good game/excellent humor) and there it is again: Frustratingly hard air races combined with Super Heroes' own sub-par gamepad functionality on PC.
Do you have a full list of where each song was performed from the live album?
Thanks for doing the AMA you guys are the best!
EDIT: I went to the Boston Show last year with u/robowtie (doesn't actually have Reddit) thanks for being our favorite band 😄 keep on doing your thing!
What are some good white elephant gifts for $20 or less?
We put about a month of work into each character. These are unusual characters, so there was a bit of exploration in the modeling phase to figure out how to best realize them in this somewhat realistic style. Carlos Ortega did the Mask Seller model, and Anders Ehrenborg did the Skull Kid. Definitely check out their work, they are very inspiring artists! We gave them about two weeks on the models, then internally we did a detail pass on the textures, set up the hair, and refined shaders.
Also Cordell Felix did an amazing job with Majoras mask....that asset alone took a while. The modeling and texture work is top notch.
I hear you on the races - we do spend time trying to balance them, both focus testing with kids, but also occasionally older casual gamers. There are the odd one or two that can be bothersome - I remember one in LMSH around the statue of liberty that I had trouble with when I was reviewing it pre-release... but we try to ensure they are all achievable
We do have it all documented - it ended up being mostly Boston and Philly with a bunch of others tossed in there.
Thanks for being part of the AMA!
Socks. You can get ones with funny prints which may seem ridiculous, but will come in handy when you keep putting laundry day off.
If Nintendo agreed, would you be willing to turn this little project into a feature length film?
Thank you for your work and this AMA. Regarding patch notes and community interaction: From my flightsimming hobby I know about an example where stringent communications and lists with patch items and planned improvements aided in abetting the community's discontent. IL-2 Sturmovik: Battle of Stalingrad survives in a niche with very few customers worldwide. (Don't know the numbers - without Russia no more than a five digit number, I guess). The online community in flight sim forums can be very toxic if they feel that developers are not fulfilling their every demands. The developers at 1CGS managed to reach out to many of their critics with Developer Diaries backed up by a good product. This particular Developer Diary entry deals with what is still to do and what they plan to improve. I don't think that TT games and LEGO Dimensions have to worry about their existence if there are no patch notes. But you could learn a thing or two from 1CGS' example.
Hey! I love you guys and come to your shows whenever you are in Tampa. My question is how was your experience recording a live album?
Also, Tommy, can you please draw JBTG as a band of platypus sometime?
Four things: 1. Thank you for your reliable reviews. 2. Any rec'd laptop bags (not backpacks) less expensive than your briefcase recs? 3. Bluetooth headset rec for dictation s/w (spec, Dragon for Mac)? I didn't see it mentioned in recent reviews.. 4. Sugg: How about a new section just for baby-related stuff (we're expecting our first..). Thank you!
Would be a dream come true for sure!! But just seeing the fan reaction has been an amazing experience.
Answer to 4: Baby-related gear is something we're definitely considering expanding our coverage on and we make sure to log all these requests and suggestions from readers, so I'll make sure to make a note. Also, congratulations!
Do you intend to do collaborated work together in the future on different projects?
How many people worked on this film, music and video alike?
Would you guys ever consider doing a full feature film, and if so, would you open up a kick-starter so we can give back for all the effort you guys put in? And if so, I would assume you would need further Nintendo licensing, or permission in order to do as such?
Would you guys consider doing a short film of each Zelda series, Ocarina of Time, A Link to the Past, Wind Waker, Skyward Sword, Twilight Princess, etc?
Thank you so much for all your work! It was a pleasure listening and watching your guys creation!
So what are the plans for Supergirl & Green Arrow releases?
They've been included as very exclusive gifts for such a small population of the Lego Dimensions playerbase, that still aren't being made available internationally, even with the limited promotions that are ongoing (No Green Arrow in my beloved Ireland, the land of Green!), and there are plenty other countries that are overlooked.
Will they see fair light of day for us all?
We absolutely intend to collaborate together in the future.
The team was relatively small. Our internal team at Ember is four people, and we handled planning, production, animation, effects, and compositing. But we had the help of some very talented artists along the way, including our cinematographer, another animator, three concept artists, four modelers, and a character rigger. Theophany did an incredible job with the sound design, pulling elements from his album and also working with two voice actors.
We would be very excited if given the opportunity to do a feature film, but it would certainly be an enormous undertaking and would require some serious resources. Not only would a Kickstarter probably be shut down, but we also don't wish to disrespect Nintendo in any way. We would definitely need to be approached by Nintendo for something like that to happen, which is very unlikely.
We may consider another short in the future, but there are no plans as of now!
Thank YOU. It's great to see such an overwhelmingly great response to our passion project.
That is a question I've been asked a few times on Twitter, and I don't really have a definitive answer for you - so for that I will apologise - exclusive content is a part and parcel of videogames, however we do listen/read peoples thoughts and comments... so like I say I can't give you a definitive answer... but I hear you
How unique are the crowds in each different city? If you were transported to a random city would you be able to make an educated guess of your location based solely on the behavior of the audience?
Do you guys have any recommendations for wireless sport/gym earbuds?
Most places tend to have similar-seeming crowds for us, since we've got such a niche fanbase. Some of the nicest dorks on the planet. The kind of people who come to party, but don't actually get drunk.
There are some crowds that stick out in my mind. Germans clap along to songs way ahead of the beat in an unsettling way...The effect is amplified when it's an arena filled with people (we did an opening tour there once...we're not famous in Germany). Terrifying, really. Another night in Baltimore had the only crowd-surfing we've ever had. Gotta hand it to Baltimore. Other than that: Boston crowds are the loudest, NYC crowds are the drunkest, and Idaho crowds are the smallest cuz no one cares about us in Idaho.
We do! We have a guide dedicated specifically to wireless exercise headphones. You can check it out here: http://thewirecutter.com/reviews/best-wireless-exercise-headphones/
Hey guys! I've been listening to you all for a couple years and saw you at the 9:30 club last year.
How do you decide what order the songs on a record will be in? Is it just random, or do you all have a special method?
We wanted to convey that the true evil in this story is Majora's Mask, not the Skull Kid. In some ways it gives the Mask Salesman's character some depth, as if he may not fully understand what happened and points a finger at Skull Kid by default. Or even that the mask could have warped his mind, and his perception of these events, affecting his retelling of the story later.
Have you ever received any sort of threat from Nintendo about the copyrights? If yes, did they ask you to put down your work?
BTW, you guys are amazing! Love your work :)
Are all three Powerpuff girls in one pack together? You said that "pack" and those "figures" and new "molds" So is that hinting that we will get a pavk eith 3 characters?
No communication from Nintendo. Glad you enjoyed the film!
you have too keen an eye... can I claim a typo on "pack"... for "packs" ?
THE OFFICIAL RESPONSES, FOR PUBLIC RECORD
Jesse - Hollywood and Nobody.
Ben - Hold it in Supreme. Even though I know it's not actually on the album.
Tommy - Black Hole and Undeniable You.
What's the likelihood of classic LEGO games and properties (e.g. LEGO Racers, LEGO Island, LEGO Adventurers) appearing in year 3 or a hypothetical year 4?
How hard is it to design the Adventure Worlds for each franchise, i.e. which locations to include, which NPCs to provide quests, which puzzles to have players solve, etc.?
hmm... I'm not sure about the answer to your first. We love classic LEGO properties.. but not sure of them in Dimensions... but that doesn't mean we won't ever visit them. In answer to your second - it's very hard to make sure that each adventure world is authentic to the brand, and also fun and exciting, but the adventureworld team are amazing.. they manage to get references to everything in them, and do a fab job... they are the reason the adventureworlds rock!
Teddy bear mostly.
Loved what you guys did!
Any reason why you chose Majora's Mask for your inspiration? Is it just your favorite Zelda? Or was it the artistic elements of the game with the story, atmosphere, and music that made you want to create your own interpretation?
Keep doing what you guys are doing! I look forward to your future work!
Hello Arthur, we met last year when you are nice enough to grant me a tour of Tt towers.
As you probably know I, alongside packattack04082 and Bricks to Life, recently discovered a cameo from everyone's favorite paranoid schizophrenic scientist in the Portal 2 story level of Dimensions. This makes me curious, what's your favorite Easter egg or secret that people may not know about that you've included in the games you've worked on?
Ha - that's a tricky thing to answer... we like to try and put secrets, nods, hints, and all sorts of references in the games - but some of them take a while to find... and also take a while to pay off... so stay tuned for an answer on that one in the future ;0
I would be the eggman... coocoo kaBLAM!
I would take eggs (fake of course, so as to be environmentally friendtly) and throw them at superheroes. I would have five arms - so i could throw many many eggs at once. Also I would be able to fly. I would use that ability to get to my fake egg factory in the clouds. I am cracking myself up.
At the request of a friend, "When are you coming back to Omaha, NE, and will you play board games with us at Spielbound Board Game Cafe? It has over 2,000 games to choose from! Or if that's too weird, what are your top five favorite board games?"
We actually had about 86 more minutes of material, but decided to go short and sweet instead.
How does the process of level packs go? Like does everyone get together and (re)watch the movie together and jot down notes and ideas? p.s. I'd love to see Bruce Campbell and/or Kurt Russell in Lego Dimensions somehow.
That's one thing yes... we will watch the movies again and again, read the books, fan fiction - everything... the number of hours of research that we do for each pack (and our main games) is pretty huge!!! It was also amazing getting some of the younger members of the team to watch Goonies and Knight Rider for the first time :)
Love this... makes it extra worth it.
Thanks for the rec... got xmas coming up. One of my fav things to do is get my family a game (that i know I want to learn) and then make them play it with me.
Some people criticize the fact that in the film, Skull's Kid personality is childish and naive while in the game he's kind of mischievous, how did you decided his personality and his differences from the game's original character?
You helped make my childhood great,and I am very thankful for that.Also,thanks for the Hero Mode in Bionicle Heroes,that theme is stuck inside my brain forever.
There was a level creator in Lego Indiana Jones 2 and Lego Harry Potter 1-4 ,if I remember correctly.Very limited,but still,It was pretty neat to make my own levels and think outside of the box.Things like that made me really want to pursue career in game development,which I'm trying to do today.My question is: What happened to those ? There wasn't enough time or something else ?
Hope you had a nice day,cheers to the TT Games team and congrats on winning the BAFTA :)
Emerblab your short film is outstanding but I do have some questions why you did certain things...
- Why did you decide to make the mask salesman faint by the mask itself? Wouldn't it be better following the game's version where the skull kid got possessed by the mask and attack him out of greediness for might? Wouldn't this show how evil the mask is? Maybe because it would've been harder to animate?
- Why is there an aspect ratio change two times into the film? I see this a lot lately, especially in gaming edits. Why not stick with one aspect ratio?
- Why are the fairies real spheres? Aren't they glowing and that's way they are potrait like this in-game?
Are any regular LEGO games in development? I don't expect details or anything, just, since LEGO Dimensions story packs and all that, normal LEGO games seem to be being incorporate into Dimensions and I just wondered, are any regular games are in planning or development?
Absolutely... don't forget that at TT we have a number of teams, all of them working hard on various projects. We always have exciting things up our cup hand sleeves... so fear not 2016 has been great, but there is lots to look forward to in the future
The only reason i woudl do D&D is to be a guest on Harmontown.
Hey tommy, it's Sy! First off, I love seeing you guys succeed. Congrats on the ever increasing success.
Back in Rome, you used to play beady eyes on acoustic. I could have sworn there were more verses than ultimately made it to the album. Am I right? If so, can you share a recording of the complete song?
Hope all is well buddy
We've been working with Chris for years and he is an awesome TD!
Also, our making-of video is just about ready. We plan on releasing it later this week.
Edit - wanted to share a blog post Chris published today. It details his rig development for the Mask Sellers backpack. http://chrislesage.com/posts/sliding-bulging-effects-with-softmods/
How suprised were you by the popularity of the video, if at all? What did you expect the response to be?
Do you think the Marcaline problem will be fixed by December? Will we see all powerpuff girls
Hey guys thanks for doing this AMA; I've been a fan for a really long time and I think this is awesome! You guys are on tour for a good chunk of the year every year. Do you think that your extensive touring schedule really helps keep you guys tight as a band?
Working on a proejct like this, you never really know what to expect when releasing it. I think we felt it would resonate well with Zelda community but we underestimated the size of that community. The video has been view much more than we expected and the response has been amazing.
It's a known issue - if you encounter it please please let customer service know... a resolution is being sorted asap... And yes... Blossom, Buttercup and Bubbles :)
One show is worth a week of practice, in my opinion... in rehearsal you can dick around and mess up and forget lyrics, but in a live show... well actually, I guess I do that at live shows too.
60's Batman pack... OMG... why haven't we done that... Loved that level in LBM3...DANGITSHARPLES
We've always loved Queen so very much, and even tried covering "Don't Stop Me Now" in college but it wasn't that great. They are just the most fun band ever. Usually when we cover a song, it requires some reinvention to make it a piano-rock tune, but when JtG plays Queen, no reinvention needed. We just do our best and don't overthink it. I thought of the word "HalloQueen" about 5 years ago, and the concept of us actually dressing as them for Halloween and doing a whole Queen show. So it's been kicking around as a dream for awhile, and finally we just had enough down time to learn the tunes and GO FOR IT. -Jesse
I loved when you name was "The Sunday Mail," why did you change it?
We all have different favorites, but Majora's Mask holds a special place in our hearts. The darker tone and atmosphere sets it apart from the other Zelda games and it probably has the best soundtrack in the series. Breath of the Wild is looking pretty awesome though, maybe it will be a contender for our new favorite.
@theophany What was your favorite song to work on from either album?
Thanks so much for doing this! The Lego video games were some of my favourites growing up- especially the original Star Wars ones.
Which of the Lego games did you personally enjoy working on the most?
I saw you guys almost 3 years ago in a little town called Red Bank where you played a free concert. It was spectacular. You guys signed my tshirt. Hopefully I can make it to another concert soon and get that shirt signed again because it's seriously starting to fade!
My question is, have you guys ever considered doing a concept album? I've always enjoyed your songs that tell a story (like At Last and The Stars) and I was wondering if you'd ever write an album that was story based or had a universal theme.
Can't speak for Thoephany but we love Deku Palace, no wait, Healing Termina, actually Down of the First Day... sorry can't decide :)
I've been listening to your music for a while now and I've noticed that although a lot of time passes between album releases, you guys still have the same sound/feeling. (if that makes sense)
How do you gain inspiration for each of your albums/songs and still have the same type of sound?
Glad you enjoyed it! We have no further plans for the film, it was intended purely to be released online for free for fans.
Whatever happened to the passport thing you were doing for a while? I have a fairly full JtG passport that I've forgotten to bring to the last dozen+ shows because the original idea seems to have been forgotten about...
There's a lot to learn, and it can be daunting, so the key is to keep at it! If you are just starting out, start playing in Maya or ZBrush. There are free tutorials online, and also very structured courses available if you sign up at Digital Tutors. It's also great to dive into the art community online (check out Art Station), as it can be a big source of inspiration and a way of seeing what other artists are doing.
We texture using Mari. This program is very artist friendly, it's basically Photoshop but in 3D. There are a lot of tutorials online to get you started but you really just have to work at it!
Thanks for doing this AMA! Question for each of you:
For Ember Lab: How did you decide on doing this story versus all the other stories to expand upon in Majora's Mask? What drew you to the Skull Kid and Happy Mask Salesman as opposed to anything with Link? For Theophany: How much of Disc 2 was MIDI and how much was recorded?
Congratulations to both of you, your work is AMAZING! :)
Ok Arthur, you know you'd hear this - what's the word on Wave 3? Any hints for un-announced IPs? Even a word on the Disney/Marvel/Star Wars situation? Even if you don't answer, love your work. Much love.
Hey guys, very nice work on the film! How long did this project take you start to finish and about how many people worked on it?
3 questions about lego city pack:
1: im sure you are including chase as figure. is he having like an skill for switch his suits? like finn has with his swords 2: are you making it as a level pack or a story pack? 3: the freeworld will be the WHOLE city as shown on wii u or just an area?
ok - I can answer the one question in terms of is Chase a minifig - yes he is - I've seen pics of him online - so that news is out in the wild :) In terms of the other questions - I'm not sure it would be Chase if he wsn't able to do what he could do in the game the pack is based on right... :) As for the other question - you'll have to wait and see - sorry, can't say much more...
Well - there are many (more than a few) religious texts in this world that claim to represent or express the word of God / will of God etc. etc. So ... take your pick (or not).
So stoked for the surprise AMA!
I've seen you guys so many times, in varying points of your career. I've seen you guys in small venues where you were openers or headlines at bigger ones.
What is your favorite type of crowd to play to? I vividly remember chatting with you all after one of your shows in CT a while back, I couldn't believe you were opening for some random band I had never heard of and I was front and center loving every second of it! Are the intimate environments nicer or do you like bigger crowds with more response?
Windwaker, Majora's Mask, and Ocarina of Time, in no particular order : )
Hey guys, are you guys working on anything secret, if so, can we have a hint?
Can you please make a knuckles pack? I can help you with abilities
speed, strength, dig, glide, tracking, (maybe the spin dash), (maybe hyper knuckles)
I mean his model is in the game and you got the voice actor so why not?
Tommy, What type of effects do you use?
All- will you make more "hard/punk" songs like static??? Please
Breath of the Wild looks amazing. Some of us here got a chance to play it at E3. It feels like it's going to capture the awesome sense of exploration that the original Zelda had. The delays are hard...but we are willing to give Nintendo the time they need to make it a masterpiece.
I'm not supposed to give the answer to this one - but all 3 :)
I don't have a ton of pedals, but I lean on my Barber Tone Press Compressor and my GHS Double Barrel pretty hard. Other than that, a shitty tremolo pedal I got in high school, a holy grail reverb, and a digitech whammy.
As for the hard/punk songs, we tend to steer away from that camp these days with Jukebox but I keep writing them! These days they get funneled into Narc Twain, another band I play with that tends to mostly live in the end-of-the-world/punk-ish sphere that Static inhabits. You might dig it! http://narctwain.bandcamp.com
Did you have anything to do with Lego Universe? If so, what are some of your experiences with it, what are your thoughts on it and why it failed?
I loved getting to see you perform 3 times on the Rock Boat this pst year, bummed you guys aren't going to be there this coming year!
What were each of your favorite moments from the cruise??
I had nothing to do with it - sorry... it wasn't developed by TT Games...
Stingrays, Queen Night, Jager shots at noon -Jesse
My husband and I get a huge kick out of the Lego Dimensions games, glitches and all. Storing all of the sets is getting to be a bit tough. Have you seen any creative storage solutions made by fans?
Also, which packs have been surprisingly popular with players of the game?
When are you recording/releasing the Candy Corn Video???? I love your music btw
In terms of storage solutions - the best one I've seen was a huge round multi level shop storage rack - it had about 5 shelves that could be spun round - like a huge cake stand... very impressive...
packs that have been surprisingly popular... hmmm.... Doctor Who (though not a great surprise)... but Emmett was super popular... they're all popular in their own way... Glad you enjoy the game though. apologies for the glitches.. we fix them as soon as we are aware of them!
as soon as we stop vomiting.
Hello! I'm a huge fan of LEGO Dimensions, and I'd first like to thank you!
Now, down to business:
Will there be more Level Packs for Year 2 then there was for Year 1?
Will all Teen Titans Go! main characters (Robin, Cyborg, Raven, Beast Boy, and Starfire) be playable?
Will there ever be a direct continuation of the main story from Year 1 (not just the keystones and Easter eggs in the Story Packs)?
Will we ever see new characters from previous franchises?
Will the LEGO City Undercover pack be a Fun Pack?
Will the Powerpuff Girls have unique head molds?
How many packs have yet to be announced?
Do you have an Slayer covers recorded and if not, why aren't you doing this right now?
ok let's see which of these bits I can answer... 1) not sure - as I wasn't involved in year 1 so off the top of my head can't do the maths sorry. 2) Errr... they are not all minifigs, I'm not sure which ones we've shown imagery of - but we're trying some cool stuff for those characters 3) - that's one that I can't give a definitive answer to - but who knows 4) Something we've discussed - again - a never say never answer 5) All of the packs are fun right... right... I'll get my coat 6) Most definitely - and they are awesome 7) Errrr.... can I say no comment and not get flamed?
oh and it's thanks to a lot of amazing people in the studio... I'm just an iffy front man for the day:)
We paused the recording so that we could answer this question. THANKS FOR RUINING OUR SLAYER COVERS ALBUM.
What do you think is the purpose of the universe?
err... no I haven't... an igloo yes... a banana yes... even a pineapple and cheese hedgehog...
but never a turkey... sorry
is that a band?
Hey, any chance were getting battle worlds for the past adventure worlds that we have? (I.e. Doctor Who etc)
What's the inspiration for the Hava Nagila livestreams on Facebook?
I don't think so no - a lot of work goes into the Battle Arenas, and we made a decision to have those for year 2 packs only.
our jew-ISH heritage!! -Jesse
Hi Arthur, Could you talk a little about the long term plan for Dimensions?
I've heard a 3 Year plan mentioned, would it be possible to extend the Game further into the future with new packs or is a "LEGO Dimensions 2" with a new starter pack , story etc a more likely possibility.
Really loved the inclusion of Red Dwarf within Fantastic Beats, is this a one off or maybe a test to see interest in a physical pack?
If you absolutely HAD to add a fourth member to the band, and it could be anyone, alive or dead, who would it be?
We like to throw in Easter Eggs... did you find Star Labs too? As for the longer term plan... sorry - not something I can go into detail on.. so when it's ask me anything, it's I'll answer some things... sorry.. that said anything is possible
Harry Nilsson, dead.
-the whole band
What's your favorite franchise in LEGO Dimensions and which franchise did you enjoy implementing into the game the most?
Will the Powerpuff Girls have custom head molds or not?
What has been your favorite level you've worked on in LEGO Dimensions?
Is there a chance of the album "Jukebox the Ghost" being available on vinyl?
Also, any future Acoustic tracks planned and any desire to record another track with Secret Someones?
Favourite Franchise - Harry Potter / Goonies PP Girls - Yes... just don't tell anyone I told you ;0 Fav level - probably Fantastic Beasts level 2 - inside Newt's case :)
our self-titled album on vinyl is currently out of stock, but we could reprint some at some point in the future. future acoustic tracks will certainly happen! we'd love to record another track with secret someones. they are dear friends of ours but currently everyone is busy doing their own thing. If you'd like to hear more of their music, check out Bess Rogers solo, Zach Jones & the Tricky Bits, or Lelia's new future project Jupiter Winter! (: -Jesse
Will we see more packs for previously done franchises in Dimensions?
Would love to see more for Lord or the Rings and Fantastic Beasts!
Hey guys, I really love your music! Where did "yetthhhh" come from? You guys and your snapchat are hilarious.
More for LOTR... Really?!? Or do you just want a Sean Bean minifig :)
Ben does this strange british lispy character and it was born from that, then spread like wildfire. -Jesse
I love your work. I said yesterday that I've played the all but 5 of the Lego games to completion with a significant other and that these are great because they aren't competitive. How do you feel about the demise of couch coop? Playing in person with friends non competitively is so much more fun and intimate.
Edit: also it would be great to see Lego Artemis Fowl. You should reach out to Eoin Colfer about that :p
Demise of couch coop? NEVER!!! We are here - stalwarts of the industry - making sure it remains forever!
On a serious note though - we love hearing peoples stories of who and how they play our games - playing games together rocks! Reminds me of growing up playing games together with friends!
Is it bad that I had to google Artemis Fowl... (sorry!)