Topic: NINJAGO City Gardens REVIEW

If you've been on Bricks in Motion for any length of time, you may have noticed that we're all about making brickfilms. That is, making stop-motion animated movies using the beloved LEGO brick. Because of this, we college LEGO parts from sets to use as the medium of our animations.

But can a set right off the shelf be used for a brickfilm? Would it be good? Well today, I'm going to explore that question with the LEGO NINJAGO City Gardens set. Check out the video below:

And, because this is Bricks in Motion, and we're obviously all about brickfilms, I can't leave you with just a set review. No, no, I've taken it a step farther. I actually set out to make a brickfilm only using parts from NINJAGO City Gardens. And hey, I'd say I was pretty successful (but you can be the judge of that)!

Watch it on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EF7RI5EXnLc

This set was provided for review by The LEGO Ambassador Network.

hope you enjoyed this quick review, check out the set on LEGO.com, and if you'd like to see me take a look at other sets or have any tutorial recommendations or requests, please leave a comment on the forum!

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Re: NINJAGO City Gardens REVIEW

Modular sets are really great for brickfilming.
I enjoyed watching the animation, and then the BTS.
It would be cool if you did these more often. I will let you know of I see anything I think you should review!

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"Whatever you do, do it all for the glory of God." - 1 Corinthians 10:31b

Re: NINJAGO City Gardens REVIEW

Great review and it was not all praise. Still there is a positive vibe and the example film is excellent, I'm a little amazed that it was all from one set.