Read more about it here.
Founded in 2001, Bricks in Motion is a friendly filmmaking community devoted to the art of stop-motion animation. Most of our films, sometimes called brickfilms or LEGO movies, are created using LEGO® and other plastic brick building toys. We have an active forum for filmmakers to learn from each other and share their work, as well as an ever-growing directory of films submitted by our members, and periodic animation contests that challenge filmmakers to push their skills further.
A place to discuss, share and create stop motion films.
You are not logged in. Please login or register.
Impressive. I thought at the end, everything had all been happening inside an hourglass (what with the draining sand and all), and that a colossal hand was going to tip it over, for an 'infinite' game!
The animation was great and effects were really well done, or though the colour balance was a little off between the stop-motion and live action parts. At times I was a little confused of the story, but overall a really solid animation.
This was a awesome, some of the best practical effects I've seen in a brickfilm. Can't wait to see more from you.
You had nice effects, and some decent animation. The story was ok I guess. I agree with Keiren that the lighting was different. The only thing I would have changed is the repetitive speed zooming.
Other than that it's great!
Incredible! The animation was decent, but what really impressed me was how you managed to do everything on a sandy surface and make it look good.
Posts [ 8 ]
[ Generated in 0.173 seconds, 9 queries executed ]