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Infection: The Outbreak
(Main picture is one of three sets used for the story-line.)
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Infection: The Outbreak



by Dylan B.









Warning: Contains graphic depictions of violence and gore as well as some mild language. Certain images could also be frightening to younger viewers. Continue on, but consider yourself warned…






(Music will begin playing momentarily)

















Distant voices echo throughout the room as garbled words repeat and fade throughout my head. Blurry figures keep appearing over me only to disappear in the darkness. I keep trying to wake up, but everything just keeps going black. After various attempts, my eyes finally began to slit open and the faded voices suddenly became clearer.

Faded Voice: “Sergeant, I’ve got his pulse. He should be fine.”
Another distant voice: “Good, finish up there. We need to get moving soon.”





I blinked a couple of times as my vision cleared before me. Two dark,shadowy figures paced in front of me as I attempted to open my mouth and speak. Before I could utter any words, a man said…

Man: “You’re damn lucky we found you when we did. There seems to be zombies everywhere in this city. My name is Jackson, Sergeant Jackson. This here is Kate…”
Kate: “Sorry to interrupt Sergeant, but it’s almost morning. I can guarantee that they will be here soon."
Sergeant Jackson: “Rodger that, check their position over at that window.”





Sergeant Jackson: “You've fractured that leg pretty badly. Kate was able to wrap it up for you. You’ll be able to get around, but no gymnastics tonight, kid. Here, you’ll be needing this.”
Ellis: “Where the hell am I? What do you mean by zombies?”
Sergeant Jackson: “I’ll explain later, get up.”





Kate: “Oh shit, they’re coming up on the balcony. We need to go…NOW.”




I gazed at the weapon grasped tightly my hand and back at the foggy window. Horrid and mutated creatures tried repeatedly to break the fragile glass. My breath quickly stopped and I tried to run, but I remained frozen in my place…

Sergeant Jackson: “Move into that hallway, we need to get to an elevator ASAP. Come on!”





Sergeant Jackson: “Looks like the lights are down in this hall, take this flashlight and give us some light down there. Everyone stay sharp and follow my lead, there could be zombies anywhere.”










We walked slowly toward the elevator, cautious at every corner. A gruesome mixture of blood and meat littered the bare floor. I watched in horror as Kate gently stepped over it to push the elevator button. My arms began to shake uncontrollably as fear began to spread throughout my body.

Kate: “Damn, it looks like they’ve been here already. This is disgusting.”
Sergeant Jackson: “Keep your mind on what needs to be done, Kate.”





The elevator slowly opened filling the room with sudden outpour of light. I glanced inside and was immediately sick to my stomach.

Ellis: “Holy crapp, looook at tthhat!”




Inside the elevator, a mutated zombie feasted on the bloody remains of an office employee. Blood and flesh splattered the floor and walls. We stared in horror for a few seconds, giving just enough time for the creature to glance up at us and let out a ear-deafening shriek…

Sergeant Jackson: “Bring down that mother…..[gunshots]











As we stepped into the brightly lit elevator, I turned to the Sergeant and politely asked…

Ellis: “I want to know what the hell is going on here and I want to know right now!”
Sergeant Jackson: “Well my friend, just in case you haven’t noticed yet; we’re in the middle of a zombie outbreak. I couldn't tell you how it started, but I suspect it was an experimental error those southern scientists made while trying to create a more powerful lethal injection over the past few weeks. The freaks invaded our military base and killed hundreds. If the three of us have any hope for survival, we need to make our way to the Brookline Bridge. The military has bombed it just hours ago to quarantine the area, but it’s where they seem to be looking for survivors. I'd assume that they would stop by 5:00 sharp. It's 4:12 right now, and we'll be arriving at the party just in time.




Constant running, the sound of our feet pounding on the hard cement. My legs were killing me, but we pressed on. Choppers frantically flew around overhead as we moved closer.

Sergeant Jackson: “The bridge is just up ahead, get a move on! We’ll be able to make it in time.”





Sergeant Jackson: “Ahh, shit. Load up your ammo, looks like we’ll have to fight our way though this one.”
















Pilot: “I’m not going to risk pulling my chopper in any further; you’re going to have to jump for it.”

The words repeated in my head as my eyes focused straight on the dangling ladder.I gathered all of my strength and while still staring at the ladder, sprinted toward the edge of the bridge…











I glanced back in horror as a creature grabbed hold of the Sergeant's leg before he could jump. His screams pierced the thin air, but were soon quenched by the zombies' shrieks for fresh meat.

Sergeant Jackson: “AHHHAHHHH, get this b*tch off of me!”





Kate: “AHHHH....Turn back, we have to rescue him.”
Pilot: “Negative ma’am, too many zombies. I’m very sorry, but there's nothing I can do.”

I held the ladder close to my chest. We began to slowly drift away from the bridge as Kate screamed and pleaded with the pilot. I will never forget the Sergeant’s solemn face as he glanced into my eyes…for the last time.












8 months later...



A mixture of men, women, and children alike gather in the underground cavern. For eight months they had been safe and tranquil, hidden like shadows from the ongoing apocalypse. Now the zombies roam just miles from the secret encampment. The air is filled with the horrid screams of women and the bickering of the men. Children stand still, crying into their ragged shirts. The distress and emotion could not even be calmed by the remaining military personal; they too knew it was over. Through the cries, a lone, armed man emerged from the mouth cave, and slowly climbed on top of a rock to face the bickering crowd. Silence filled the room as he laid down his weapons, took the cigar out of his mouth, and gently spoke. His grim story awestruck the gathered people as he told it word by word. Every eye gazed upon him as he finished, and it was with the deep heart that he looked upon the crown and offered up a last ray of hope...


Ellis: “My name is Ellis Willford and that was my story. I am your resistance, your hope, your destiny. I know how to fight this enemy, I know their ways. A darkness has fallen upon mankind which cannot be quenched. What remains of humanities final breath lives under this barren sand. Tonight, the zombies will be upon us. This is our final stand, our final hope. Death is inevitable, but I wish to ask for us to unite as one and fulfill the only task left at hand…to resist. Through blood and weapons, we will fight and die as one. Do it not for revenge, happiness, or pity, but do it for the final thing we have left to hope for………life.”






The End



Comments

 I like it 
  April 12, 2014
Well-made story and builds. Too much photoshopping for my taste though...like Caleb said, why not just stick the figs in normally...
  November 28, 2013
Cool story but way to much profanity, also you should put this as parentel guidence.
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  August 22, 2012
Incredible photoshopping! But the music doesn't play :P
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  July 5, 2012
Okay. You way over used GIMP/Photoshop/ whatever after effects thing you used. I mean, why didn't you just set the people in the lego set like normal people do instead of GIMPing them in. How does that make sense? WHY ARE THEY ALL GIMPED IN!? Like the scene in the room. Why not just set them in the set? Why paste them in there? I mean, I can understand a few time, but THE WHOLE time? WHY!? Okay. Sorry, A little strict here. I just have a strong opinion.
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  April 25, 2012
Wow,just wow!This is incredible!Well done;)
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  February 7, 2012
WOW This is epic. Nice photoshop work.
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  February 7, 2012
WOW This is epic. Nice photoshop work.
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  December 23, 2011
The music doesn't start to play
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  September 18, 2011
Very cool! Very good job! I love it! Can you come see my u-boat?
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  April 24, 2011
WOW just WOW i LOVE this! its amazing and you take such care in your work,the little details,wow all the details you have added in-like the phone and drawers- all great things i love the digital clock and the photo-shopped in effects,so many and so well done! i am truly-and i very rarely say this but truly and completely flabbergasted!! i have never seen such a well made comic-each detail you must have fine-tuned. i really like the way we see some scene threw his eyes not from around him well done!!!!
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  April 18, 2011
This is so great
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  January 14, 2011
This is brilliant. I have to admit I must come back to read the write up armed with more time. But this is very intricate and thoughtful with the different sets. All look good, but you chose the lead pic very well with that bridge. Bravo!
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  December 31, 2010
Quoting Christian Schlichting Congratulations, Infected wins the tta 2010 for the category "Best visual work". You can contribute a speech to the show by sending to tta@arcor.de until december 25th.
Great to hear, Christian! I did not get this comment in time to submit any sort of message (been incredibly busy), but I do appreciate the nomination on the show!
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  December 31, 2010
Quoting A Monkey What amazed me, is how you got to show the story from a characters point of view, in a literal sense. I only wonder, how did you create those images that the viewer saw as if they were the lego figure? How did you get the lego arms to be in those pics? I only ask this because I briefly pondered doing something like that myself, then decided that it was impossible. Anyway - WOW 5/5
Both those can be answered with one word....photoshop. Pretty much it involves photoshopping the arms into a shot that I had taken of the scene. It's a pretty simple technique as long as you have a decent photo-editor.
  December 19, 2010
Congratulations, Infected wins the tta 2010 for the category "Best visual work". You can contribute a speech to the show by sending to tta@arcor.de until december 25th.
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  October 17, 2010
What amazed me, is how you got to show the story from a characters point of view, in a literal sense. I only wonder, how did you create those images that the viewer saw as if they were the lego figure? How did you get the lego arms to be in those pics? I only ask this because I briefly pondered doing something like that myself, then decided that it was impossible. Anyway - WOW 5/5
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  September 2, 2010
wow... that was amazing, you would make a great writer.
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  September 1, 2010
I love it. Where magnitude of love = 8 sideways. XD
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  September 1, 2010
Quoting Finn C-Q That song was epic! What's it called?
There are three songs embedded together in one. They mix from the soundtracks of the movies SAW and Resident Evil.
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  August 30, 2010
That song was epic! What's it called?
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  August 14, 2010
I swear i thought i already commented on this...
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  July 23, 2010
Quoting Commander Rye Wow that pilot was sure stubborn and I think I saw rockets on the chopper. BTW, will there be like another Infection comic?
The ending of the story was designed to accommodate a sequel while will also work remaining a tribute to the viewers imagination without any further installments. Note that I have thought about a Part 2, but I have not began any work on anything of the sort at this point.
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  July 22, 2010
Wow that pilot was sure stubborn and I think I saw rockets on the chopper. BTW, will there be like another Infection comic?
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  July 8, 2010
There are no Zombies out of my window but I'll be on the lookout. :)
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  June 29, 2010
Quoting Neal Faircloth Did the zombies take over the world or not?
I don't know..why don't you go look out your window and find out?
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  June 29, 2010
Did the zombies take over the world or not?
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  June 5, 2010
This comment was written for multiple posts so please excuse the non specific nature of it. You (or your Lego creation) has been nominated for a MOCie award this year. If you would like to write an acceptance speech in the event that you win, please feel free to do so and email it to me at mocieawards@gmail.com. If you win, your acceptance speech will be used in the awards ceremony post due out sometime in June. If you are nominated for multiple entries, please be sure to write a response for each entry. Please check this link http://mocpages.com/group_conversation.php?id=11182&topicid=50162 to see if you’ve been nominated for more than one category. Thanks and good luck! ~ Chris.
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  April 26, 2010
haha! that comment u just did made me lol. i feel like saying that all the time
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  April 19, 2010
Quoting Aiden Faulconer hey could you please comment and rate my battle of ryloth http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/198436 oh and dylan can you show me the html you used to make the music im am going to need it for a comic im about to post
No
Dylan B
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Carlin Feely
  April 18, 2010
Exellent Building and photoshopping Great Comic 5 stars
  April 18, 2010
thats cool I am only 8 thoe but I am a big zombie person sooon cool!
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  April 18, 2010
hey could you please comment and rate my battle of ryloth http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/198436 oh and dylan can you show me the html you used to make the music im am going to need it for a comic im about to post
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  April 18, 2010
Excellent job mate :)
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  April 18, 2010
This has to be one of the best zombie MOC's i've ever seen. Great work on the bridge as well as the thrilling story.
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  April 17, 2010
The bridge at the end was the coolest Lego creation I've ever seen. And the pics of this little movie is cool too. You should totally make a stop-motion anime video and post it on Youtube.
  April 17, 2010
Thanks for the behind-the-scenes info, Dylan. I definitely know where you're coming from on the decent-but-not-great camera issue. You handled it the way you thought best. The rampant Photoshoppery still somewhat bothers me, for my own reasons. I had the same reaction to Mark Kelso's Apocalypsis series, for example -- where a creation, though based in Lego, almost becomes more a computer graphics showcase than a MOC per se. Just the strict fundamentalist purist in me, I guess. Judging by the MOC's enthusiastic reception, it's obvious that most people don't share my qualms in this regard. All the hard work you put in to this really paid off, so congratulations.
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  April 17, 2010
nice gob
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  April 17, 2010
Great work on the bridge :)
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  April 17, 2010
This is the coolest post-apoc build I have seen! I just love the storyline and all the great structures. Nice blood effects too!. Keep up this great work. Greets, Jelle
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  April 16, 2010
Fantastic presentation, and the story is great! 5/5
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  April 16, 2010
Fantastic presentation, and the story is great! 5/5
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  April 16, 2010
Incredible amount of work put in this presentation! I could only imagine the long hours of photo editing. Nonetheless, very cool story and action-packed scenes!
  April 16, 2010
AWESOME! could you post instructions for your apache?
Dylan B
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Alex Huffman
  April 15, 2010
you should make a movie with this
Dylan B
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Dave and John Xandegar
  April 15, 2010
Well after finally having the time to really examine this (you can't just glance at a masterpiece like this!)...We are truly impressed! A great build, which we've come to expect from our Pal...but the photowork is fabulous (and we know it took you a little extra time!)! An epic saga...you should be very proud!
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  April 15, 2010
Hey dude best comic ever!!! are you planning on continuing it in a series???
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  April 15, 2010
Quoting Al Johfur I smell some inspiration from Left 4 Dead 2? =3
I'll be completely honest and say...I've never played the game in my entire life. I was inspired by the many different apocalypse builds in the lego community. One day after viewing an unusual amount of them, I had an epiphany; "I could totally make a story out of this!"
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  April 15, 2010
Quoting Shannon Young I'd love to hear the thought process that led to you doing it the way you did, if you cared to give a little background on the project.
I'm glad that you brought this subject up, Shannon as it was one of the experiments I carried out throughout this story. For those who might not have noticed, about 80% of the figs in the story were actually placed into the setting through photo-editing. There are a two major reasons for my choice to do this extra work, including: 1. One of my main goals here was to make this as real as possible without taking the lego aspect out of it. Thus, I was forced to think of different ways to make the lego characters exhibit human-like traits that could not be exhibited by a normal standard lego mini-fig. Take notice in the movement of the characters. In some scenes, they run, crouch, jump, kneel, tilt their heads, and exhibit all-around arm movements. This was next to impossible to make the figs stay in these positions without some editing. Thus, I decided on taking a picture of a background and a fig in a unique position and combined them to make the effect. 2. Presentation is always a key to posting a successful story-line. I have a decent camera, but it's not the standard two thousand dollar artist/photographer camera. When I go to take pictures of multiple figs at once, usually the center fig comes out very focused, while the others are less focused, and the background is very blurry. I still haven't found a way around this using only the camera. I wanted everything to be crisp, especially in the office scenes. Therefore, I would take a picture of the background office in focus, then one of the figs, then another, etc. until I could combine them all into one image. Bam, and the images are now of pretty high quality. 3. It was a difficult decision to make. Cutting out about 40 different mini-figs took about 3 hours. In all, it was definitely worth it as I got a way around the photography problems and added some cool human like-effects. So there you go, thanks for looking...
  April 15, 2010
OMG! This is the best thing on MOCpages EVER! Exellent job!
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  April 15, 2010
I smell some inspiration from Left 4 Dead 2? =3
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  April 15, 2010
Sergent Jackson nooooo!!!! Man this story was awesome! The end with the ensuing chaos really spooked me out, people always talk about how they could stand against the zombies but never realizes how afraid they would really, truly be, anyways great build, i really like how you made it in like a first story fiew
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  April 15, 2010
The bridge build is epic.~H
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  April 15, 2010
Excellent work mate! I thought my bricks skills were awesome until I saw yours lmao
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  April 14, 2010
The sets are all very well built, with a lot of nice details. I particularly like the bridge. But I wonder about the Photoshopping of the figs into those sets in almost every picture. In some shots I can see where it would be needed -- when the characters are running down the broken end of the bridge, for instance. But on others, where they're on a flat surface, especially indoors, wouldn't it make for a more natural-looking end result (not to mention less work) to just pose the minifigs in the sets? I bring it up because I found the "green screen" look of photo-editing the figs into their environment slightly distracting, especially when I could see no absolute necessity for doing so. I'd love to hear the thought process that led to you doing it the way you did, if you cared to give a little background on the project.
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  April 14, 2010
:o
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  April 14, 2010
this is eppiiiiiccccc
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  April 14, 2010
wow! THAT IS GREAT! You have very good Photoshoping skills!
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  April 14, 2010
very nice :D, epic I would say ;)
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  April 14, 2010
Absolutely romantic story! What a chick!
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  April 13, 2010
epic...i love how you managed to get the music in there. :D
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  April 13, 2010
Holy... This is pure epicness! The story is great, and I love how you went through a ton of photoshopping to make everything outstanding =)
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  April 13, 2010
If I could rate higher I would. This is incredible! I love zombies :D
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  April 13, 2010
this is VERY good. i'm admin of a group called "brickarms fan club" and i would love to have you as a member!
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  April 13, 2010
stunning!
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  April 13, 2010
Nice work and like pretty much everyone else, love the bridge. There's just one thing, a bit more description and similies would really help get more emotion and emphasis in the pictures (eg for when the sergeant get eaten you could have some thing about his eyes boring into his soul, screaming for help as the life slowly drifted from his eyes like the way we drifted from him.) Again amazing work.
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  April 13, 2010
Hmm its a bit violent isn't it. The bridge is well done though
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  April 13, 2010
Thanks everyone for all of the comments and ideas. It's appreciated greatly, except for Phipson's mindless blabber. -Dylan
Dylan B
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Spaztastic the Diabolical
  April 12, 2010
Briians, Briiiians... (It's brians) Oh! Sorry.
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  April 11, 2010
Amazing, I love every bit of it...except the blood :p very nice, you've taken care of every detail, I like the chopper in the end (apache ?) Very nice !
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  April 11, 2010
For those paying attention, THIS is how post apoc zombie mocs SHOULD be done! I wasn't 100% sold on photoshopping the figs in to the scene, but you pulled it off. The interiors were great (loved that the computer was on mocpages) and that bridge was superb! Overall a wonderfully presented moc Dylan! That 40 hours of photoshop work sure paid off! ~ Chris.
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  April 11, 2010
Quoting Jason Voorhees Sweet, but how could you get music in it?
There are many different ways to embed music onto the site. The easiest, safest, and non-glitchiest was on MOCpages would be to upload through YouTube. It's fairly easy to do, but you'll need to check for directions online elsewhere. Directions are everywhere, you just need to look.
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  April 11, 2010
AWESOME! I loved the first one but didn't think you'd make another. Love the music. My favorite pic was when they were all in the elevator. The buttons on the panel just blew me away.
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  April 11, 2010
Sweet, but how could you get music in it?
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  April 11, 2010
Now, this is definitely what I'd call disturbing! I am usually no friend of either horror films (be they mere slasher, zombie, vampire'n'gore, etc) or gore, but you nailed it here with the photo editing, specially with the gory corpses and remains scattered around the "elevator scene". Just for that, and the backing story, this surely deserves a 5/5.
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  April 10, 2010
The Brooklyn Bridge leads straight to Hollywood? Just joking. Nice job on the editing.
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  April 10, 2010
This is great, and I know a lot of people have probably asked this, but how did you get the music onto the page? I'm shortly coming out with a new moc and wanted to have music that would automatically play, but I honestly don't know how. I would love if you told me how this was done! Otherwise, beautiful editing. I love the gore and the bridge, it's truly breathtaking!
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  April 10, 2010
Quoting Blast . Truly amazing. THE BEST zombie creation on Mocpages. :) Great job. Just one question... Is there going to be a sequel?
Maybe, maybe not. I'm leaving it open at the end to suit my decision on the subject. Only time will tell. -Dylan
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  April 9, 2010
omg this is the most awesome comic i ever read
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  April 9, 2010
omg this is the most awesome comic i ever read
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  April 9, 2010
Cool, but reminds me of another extremely photoshopped zombie comic series...
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  April 9, 2010
Truly amazing. THE BEST zombie creation on Mocpages. :) Great job. Just one question... Is there going to be a sequel? Because the way you have left it makes it sound like you are planning to continue it. If you weren't planning on making a follow-up then you should. With more techniques like the ones you used in this one and more of the great story, you will have another winning moc! There are endless possibilities for how the story could continue but it sounds like it would be the survivor's story and how they fight against the zombies that night in their final stand. :)
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  April 9, 2010
This is awesome! Great story and models.
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  April 9, 2010
the bridge is exellent, the story and set's are great too.
Dylan B
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Matthew McKay
  April 8, 2010
Amazing MOC. Great use of Photoshop too.
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  April 8, 2010
I love this story and the bridge is excellent. Could you comment on some of my mocs!
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  April 8, 2010
Quoting Brandon O`Day I am speachless, this is excelent. Wonderful story One question though, why would they be developing a "More powerful lethal injection"? Isn't it already lethal? x'D 5/5:)
Who knows what the helI those scientists are up to this days...lol.
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  April 8, 2010
I am speachless, this is excelent. Wonderful story, great characters, and most importantly, great builds! I love the clean, crisp style. It was quite sad near the end... One question though, why would they be developing a "More powerful lethal injection"? Isn't it already lethal? x'D 5/5:)
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  April 8, 2010
Quoting jason corlett Are you continuing this story?
Most likely no. This story building/editing stuff is a real pain in the you know what. I'm not sure if I'd ever want to attempt it again???
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  April 8, 2010
wow very interesting and great building!
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  April 8, 2010
That Was awsome it kinda reminds me of a game I played on addicting games.
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  April 8, 2010
cool story
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  April 8, 2010
Now this is what I'd like to call an epic post. Very good. I think that without a doubt the main attraction is that crumbling bridge. Wow! But that office interior is also very good.
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  April 7, 2010
Whoa!!! This MOC is worthy of 1000 comments. Sadly I am only going to give you one.(otherwise Id be spamming) Anyway, the whole plot, desgin, decals, and everything about it is AMAZING!!!! You have REALLY outdojne yourself with this one!!!!
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  April 7, 2010
Awesome. just Awesome
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  April 7, 2010
hey dylan, again amazing work, and even more amazing news, you may know this already but you made it to the most discussed page! congradulations!!!!! =)
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  April 7, 2010
Quoting Finn C-Q If those are zombies how come they die getting shot in the cheast?
Use your imagination.
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  April 7, 2010
absoloutly brill
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  April 7, 2010
wow that is ...
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  April 7, 2010
What a great story, and so cool photography
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  April 7, 2010
Zoombielicious!!! I read through it like a movie and it really felt like one! The lighting is so good on these shots it feels like special effects in lego form. Well done!
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  April 7, 2010
An excellent horror tale! It is incredible. The pics are excellent and the text is the plot for a good movie!
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  April 7, 2010
cool photoshopping!
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  April 7, 2010
absolutely amazing! Great job, Dylan!
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  April 7, 2010
Demn, that's the frakkin' shast!
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  April 7, 2010
This is amazing. You got a really great storyline and the builds where excellent. Two thumbs up all the way.
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  April 7, 2010
Wonderful!
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  April 7, 2010
Breathtaking. This go's hand in hand with the project I'm working on. I really would Like to chat with you about maybe doing a highly detailed series. I'm so tired of seeing the Meaningless Comics and trash on here. Your work is outstanding, the stories brilliant, and the editing is top notch. If you are interested. Email me at exorocks2000@gmail.com and we can talk. Brilliant work my friend. Brilliant.
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  April 7, 2010
Simply fantastic. The storytelling, decals, effects, sets. All of them to perfection. Bravo sir!
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  April 7, 2010
Quoting Destiny of darkness (liam ross) and was the computor decals mocpages by anychance?
Yeah...Kevin Fedde was the lucky dude who had MOTD when I took the screen-shot. HAHA
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  April 7, 2010
Whoa!! Nice story, the whole thing are amazing!! I Like the Shattered glass effect.
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  April 7, 2010
i agree with everyone here, amazing work, it would be awsome if you did a nother one leading after this, like a fight scene or something. and was the computor decals mocpages by anychance?
Dylan B
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Thomas N
  April 6, 2010
Well, that was... interesting. I can't begin to imagine what pieces you mutilated to get the pieces of "meat". Overall however, very nice builds. I especially liked the bridge and helicopter. Now the fools who are the last "survivors" apparently didn't heed my advice. Always move north. That's your best chance at survival, I can explain that scientifically too. ~T
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Mythic Squirrel
  April 6, 2010
This is incredible! Pizza gore?
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Mythic Squirrel
  April 6, 2010
This is incredible! Pizza gore?
Dylan B
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Pony Lord7
  April 6, 2010
Very nice the build was good your story skills are improving but still have ways to go the bridge was defintly my faverite part the rest had to much photo shop. One thing that would have made it real creapy is if in the under ground hide out the people ran out of food so they were fed to each other (unknowingly) and didn't find out untill the end.
Dylan B
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Henry Carlin
  April 6, 2010
where did you get the stg body armor/ webbing
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  April 6, 2010
hehe, Lego boobs.
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  April 6, 2010
Absolutely incredible work! The script and photo editing is excellent! Are you continuing this story?
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  April 6, 2010
If those are zombies how come they die getting shot in the cheast?
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  April 6, 2010
Quoting ODST serial 142-761 wow! amazing work here! what music is this?
It’s a mixture of different songs put together in a playlist.
Quoting Radioactive Rooster Amazing!But how did you make the stickers on the computer and the papers and everything?
Through a program called CorelDraw. It allows one to do that sort of thing as well as to take screen shots and make them really little for printing.
Quoting Stuart Delahay did you do all the decals too?
Yes, I did. I either resized an image to make it look smaller (the paintings, computer screens) or created a decal myself (The figures and most of the other scenery).
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  April 6, 2010
MAKE MORE!!!!!
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  April 6, 2010
Quoting Jonathan Thomas Very good it has that video game feel with the first person viewpoint but Sargeant Johnson? So original ;-)
Sergeant Jackson. : )
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  April 6, 2010
There are some really nice builds here. My favorite would have to be the bridge. I'm not a big fan of all the decals, but that's just the purist in me. Nice job!
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  April 6, 2010
Wow thats good editing good story and good writing impressive i like how some of the compurters had MOCpages.com pulled up on them.
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  April 6, 2010
Very good it has that video game feel with the first person viewpoint but Sargeant Johnson? So original ;-) Amazing work though probably your best work ever
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  April 6, 2010
The pics are a step oversized but genious work. Will get surely a nomination for best short story in this years tall tales awards...
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  April 6, 2010
NOOOOO SARGEANT JACKSON!!!!! Greatm gripping story
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  April 6, 2010
I realised today i'd never mailed you about your 'other apoc' WIP, I guess this is the one! Lots of effects and some nice builds amongst the gore and bleakness (There's zombies eating everybody, there is no happy ending!), like the bridge especially. Love the clever details like the computer screens and the painting in the lift and did you do all the decals too? Big job. Nice continuity to have your prisoners leg bandaged up too. Great stuff.
  April 6, 2010
Ya, I figured it was some sort of plasitc :) Nice touch nonetheless
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  April 6, 2010
Quoting Nufalak of Mythada Was that pieces of pizza outside the elevator?
No, it's lego. Well, mutated lego, but lego nonetheless. : )
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  April 6, 2010
When Kate was pressing the elevator button, I noticed that the computer screen had Mocpages on it. Hahaha. Nice. Fantastic work here with everything, and I'll be looking forward to a/the sequel(?)
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  April 6, 2010
Very nice. I was wondering when this would come out... Was that pieces of pizza outside the elevator? Haha.
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  April 6, 2010
This is brilliant. It deserves loads of comments. Definately one of the best zombie mocs here on The Pages. Perhaps even THE BEST.
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  April 6, 2010
Amazing!But how did you make the stickers on the computer and the papers and everything?
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  April 6, 2010
wow! amazing work here! what music is this?
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  April 6, 2010
I love it!
 
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