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I have never seen anyone use those giant ultrabuild sets in an animation before, so that fact alone blew me away.
The animation was great, the sheer scale was amazing, and although the story didn't impress me that much, the execution did. The only flaws would be the pictures of minifigures in an ultrabuild world, and the voices not being that accurate. (Not that they were bad, it's just they could have been better.)
The scale did make it interesting to do. Used up a lot of bricks.
By picture you mean in the thought bubbles? There is actually a real mini-figure
of Captain America as a photo frame on the bookcase.
TLG don't have black widow or even regular Bruce at this scale.
So the story called for Hulk to be mad the whole time, TV will do that.
Quite nice! Well done and I'm glad to see you're more active again! (Or at least been making some films).
It was a nice concept that you brought through amazing well. As Pritchard said, the minifigs seemed a tad out of place in the bubbles. Other than that it was great.
Are you still using the Pro 9000?
My only regret is that I didn't have more time to finish what was scripted. It was a bit brief. I was happy with the visual comedy and the dance sequence came out really well (I had an amazing rig setup for that). Still makes me laugh every time I see it.
The Pro900 died after making "Take Out" I switched to the back up (C910) to make this movie. Was crossing my fingers that either movie would place well enough to buy a decent DLSR but to no avail, oh well.
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