kanethemasterbuilder

Brick film that took 4 months full-time to shoot.

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Please let me know your comments (good or bad) and suggestions for this brick film, that took over 3,000 pictures to shoot... this is a one-man show and my studio is in my basement. My 9-yr old son is my biggest advisor!

 

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That's a REALLY unique animation style! With more practice that can be something really special.

But there's another forum you're supposed to put this in, it's Brick Flicks & Comics.

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Your feedback would be much appreciate. Sorry for the re-post..

Edited by Darkdragon
Removed reposted video

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Excellent work. Love all of the set design and attention to environment, the sounds is good almost the whole time which is a great thing. The car chase is so much fun, awesome, I love well done car chases!

I have merged your two posts :classic:

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its cool, a great video but too much LEPIN for my liking (I can almost understand on some of the old modulars but not the newer stuff), :cry_sad:

Edited by spzero

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That was a pretty sweet animation.
It definately shows that you´ve used a long time producing this.

Offcourse it´s not a masterpiece, but you could definately become a pro with a little practice. 

I hope you are in the process of writing your next animation, and I can´t wait to se what you come up with. Great work. :thumbup:

KlodsBrik.

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Thank you all for your generous feedback. I am deeply encouraged and look forward to sharing Curse of the Blue Angel 2.

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Very awesome job man!! I loved all the effects you added and the camera style you did filming all the chase scenes. What kind of camera did you use?

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So was the guard in on it? I didn't quite catch that. Nice story crammed into four minutes. I would definitely watch a second installment. 

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Guard wasn't in on it - he just happened to wake up at the right (or wrong!) moment.

Camera is a Logitech 930E. Any other suggestions for camera's would be appreciated.

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I like how you move the camera around, really makes it feel like a late 90s action movie or something.

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