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  1. On September 29th, 1973, a new School house ROCK (link to wiki page for those unfamiliar with what that is) music video was played for the first time alongside your regular American Saturday morning cartoons such as Scooby-Doo, old Rocky and Bullwinkle show episodes and maybe some Johnny Quest. This new music video featured a diminutive stereotypical train conductor, two hobos (one fat and tall, and one small and skinny), and a train with words on it... not just any words, but CONJUNCTIONS, as the name of the video and location is Conjunction Junction. This train is shown below, with comments about what it could possibly be carrying in the fictional ROCK-verse. The first two (NOT + THIS) are obviously Boxcars. The BUT tanker (most likely hauling Butane) and THAT boxcar. Finally, AND (which is possibly a refrigerated goods wagon) plus an OR (ore) hopper. Oddly, there was no locomotive mentioned or seen in the video.... thus, I have not included one here. (However, since it skews American in car styling, I'll be using a steam loco for this of that origin.) The green caboose is my own custom addition, with my sig-fig hanging on for dear life! All together, these train cars taught (and entertained!) generations of school-age children and some older adults about Conjunctions, and other videos taught about American history, the environment, math (multiplication tables up to 12 but skipping the number 1), science, money and even early home computers! (among MANY other subjects) All of them can be found on Disney +, as Disney owns ABC, which is who made the original music videos, and the newer ones up to 2009. However, what's a freight train without someone or somewhere to tell it where to go next? Enter the railyard dispatch center, which is not just any old building: it's the Conjunction Junction dispatch office as seen in the education cartoon series Schoolhouse Rock "Conjunction Junction" episode from September '73. The sign on the roof of the building should say "Conjunction Jct.", just as it did in the show... except I'm (still) missing three printed 1 x 1 letters to make the sign work. I've made some changes to the original cartoon design, such as adding a removable roof to the building (for getting access to the inside details), and placing a water tower nearby for thirsty steam locomotives. The tower top rotates a full 360 degrees with the water pipe, allowing the engineer to pull up, get his loco full of (imaginary) water, shove the pipe away, and move on. Also, there is a dilapidated boxcar behind the water tower for the Junction's two resident hobos. Inside the openable building is a typical furniture for the 1930-'50's time period which I think the cartoon takes place in. This includes: - corner desk with telephone, a railroad oil can, and lantern, plus two chairs - oil fired heater / stove - time clock next to a day-at-a-time calendar showcasing a exotic locale - potted plant, just because! So, what's YOUR function? EDIT 9/24/21: added final pictures of the office. MOC is now finished!
  2. Hi everyone. I'm Sebastiaan. I've made a couple small brick flicks over the past years, trying to mix puppeteering and crude stop motion to illustrate some of my songs. Here they are : the first one is part of my "one song a week" series I did in 2017 where I made 52 original songs & live videos in as many weeks. for this one the live video file got corrupted so I came up with this little setup and the second one is a short story, part of my 2018 album "the flower in my chest" which is a concept album telling a story (the last chapter is set to release before the end of this month) I hope you'll enjoy!
  3. A music video for Daft Punk's Harder Better Faster Stronger, with Technic letters, filmed using a GoPro on a custom Mindstorms controlled rig. Made by this guy:https://www.youtube.com/user/fastythefastcat
  4. PublicPlaytime

    Flying in the HOVERCAR!

    BEHOLD: THE HOVERCAR About five years ago I was approached by a gentleman who wanted a LEGO stop-motion short. I was commissioned to create visuals for a kids' song he'd recorded with a friend. I'm excited to post all my future "Brick Flicks" here... but first, I need to figure out how to embed the youtube links into my posts. The initial directions for posting videos is about as useful as a poopy-flavored lollipop for anyone that is foreign to programing or code. (At least I think, maybe I'm just overlooking the simplicity of all this) Thanks all! ENJOY MY PUBLIC PLAYTIME!!!
  5. LegoPercyJ

    Star Wars Music Video

    You've seen previews of it in GIFs... A Screenshot of it in progress... here it is...
  6. BaratiProductions

    Brickflick LEGO Music Video

    This is the first of 8 brickfilms I will be releasing over the the next 8 days. LEGO Let's Go is a music video I produced for LEGO with LEGO. Enjoy! If you have any questions I will be glad to answer them.
  7. Autobots vs Decepticons! Obama declares war on Clone Brands! George Clooney head explodes! Bane breaks Batmans back. Aquaman tackles a shark. All of this is just.. Awesome! A LEGO music video of the Everything is Awesome song from The LEGO Movie. Just a quick little test on some new features in preparation of the next Justice League movie. [media] [/media]
  8. starwarsfanatic

    Futility (Brick flick)

    Check out my latest brickfilm, effectively a music video to the Wilfred Owen poem "Futility", as sung by Virginia Astley.