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"Battle of Mollwitz" - an EPIC Brickfilm!

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Recently I was contacted by cash.lego on flickr presenting this Lego film:

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pirate_laugh_new.gif Thats great stuff. I love the smoke and the blood effects most. More of it :)

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Splendid! I have seen some of his previous work and I can say for certain that cash.lego has a niche for battle brickfilms. Thanks for posting! thumbup.gif

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That was AWESOME! The best LEGO movie I have seen in ages! The level of detail that has gone into this is fabolous. Though I dont myself really encourage to paint LEGO but this was an expection to the rule. :) The paper made cavalier sword/saber. (Or that what it looked like to me) Didnt really look so good for me, it was wayyy too big compared to the minifigs IMHO. But really, really well made film either way.

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That was spectacular!

Love the cannons, those impacts pirate_oh.gif , great costumes as well.

It must have taken many days to shoot this, considering there are so many minifigures to move, great job.

A slight complain perhaps is that the horses were moving a bit slow but I know from experience that this is a difficult matter in stop-motion,

I loved it pirate_classic.gif .

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Recently I was contacted by cash.lego on flickr presenting this Lego film:

So this isn't your film, cash.lego has just passed it onto you?

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This movie is indeed EPIC!

It makes me want to get all my minifig armies out of storage and build a big battlefield diorama.

Thanks for sharing!!

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Spectacular film, he's quite a talented brickfilm maker. Thanks for sharing!

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So this isn't your film, cash.lego has just passed it onto you?

Yes the film was done by cash.lego

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Amazing...

Hard to imagine how much work has flown into this to make it happen.

Kind of epic pirate_laugh2.gif

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