Thanks again, I'm glad that God could use this to touch your hearts!
That's something that I was aiming, and praying, for since I first started production.
I too enjoyed this, although I would have preferred the singer to use her falsetto vocal register more on the higher notes. It almost sounded like she was yelling at times (or maybe the microphone wasn't the best quality).
I have no idea what a "Falsetto vocal thingie" is.
But it very well could have been the mic just not being that great.
Nice job on your animation, and I agree that we need more films like this. I especially liked the scene with the stained glass windows. I'm sure everyone loved it at movie night!
Repelling Spider wrote:
Oh yes! I forgot to mention the stained glass windows scene! That was simply great and the lighting was wonderful! Nice job on that!
Thanks, that was one of my favorite scenes to film, so I'm glad you like it.
And yes, you're right about the movie night, it went great.
It was good, it really was. I think it's really nice that you managed to express your faith through a brickfilm. It definitely showed the bright side of Christianity nice work Pritchard. Nice work.
I've always wanted to create some funny brickfilm involving Jesus....
Yep, too many animaters never mention their faith, and fewer still make videos proclaiming it.
But it you're planning on doing a Biblical film, you may want to consider some things.
You should give Him a lot more respect than the video you showed, after all, it's our Lord and Saviour.
He deserves honor and glory, not redicule and mocking. So if you want to make a "funny" brickfilm about something in the Bible, could you at least not involve Jesus?
He's mocked enough by the world, so let's not start doing it as Christians.
Although a film portraying Him as He really is would be welcome, so I'm not saying for you to not make a film showing Him, just be sure to do it in the right manner.
And also, there's a dark side to Christianity?