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That was great, the picture quality was much better in HD, and the animation was by far the best part about it.
I really enjoyed this. The walk cycles had a very cartoony feel, which went with the rest of the animation. My biggest complaint was the vague/abrupt ending. Was this animated on twos, or was it 24 FPS?
Also, don't be surprised if some of the users don't know what "dodgy as" means that kind of phrase isn't really used much around America.
Great short, loved the transformation, the creativity was out of range (which means awesome dude!) I loved the animation since it was very smooth fast and I liked the burnt lego guy at the end of the film! Poor dude. That was ninja style man! Props!
The dancing was really great! Also the fast minifig changes in the end. Liked it.
You won this didn't you Dave? I'm annoyed since they only ever awarded the first 5 placegetters when they said there would be quite a number of runners-up prizes as well, but they never awarded them. Anyway, well done, your sets were very detailed and the animation was smooth, though perhaps a bit fast at times.
You won this didn't you Dave?
Yeah but not with this film. Train 2 Catch was the winning entry. I was hoping they would also list the other entries because the subjective nature of judging meant that a few that were really good might not have been judged well. The prize went missing in the postal system, never showed up. I contacted Lego and then ended up sending me another set almost a year later. It wasn't a MISB but that's ok, at least I got all the peices out of the box and built it.
The prize went missing in the postal system, never showed up
A small update to this tale. Lego very generously sent me a Firehouse modular set as way of smoothing out the disapointment of the classic set that got lost. They were under no obligation but did it anyway. I have to admit the few dealings I have had with TLC have all proven what an unique company they are. I will have to make a film a some point where I can film that set.
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