“Sean” wrote: Brickfilm at night.
Or at least wait to winter then, there is so much darkness you’ll be able to make lots of films in no time
“Buxton” wrote: Looking good, and all the best animators use a steel rule for tracking shots
How does this steel rule technique work?
I was thirteen on the 21st of September
Shaky Camer, which you stated you are aware of, but light fickers and was quite slow, would you mind telling me what fps this was filmed at?
But Still, with a little work you’ll have good work in no time!
Hey, dude let people live for cheese sake, I mean they have the rite to live, they don’t just stop motion 24/7 that would be great if they could, but they are only human!
“ahnt” wrote: Hi Blue,
welcome! Have you done any films/animation yet? Show us! Even if you think they are of poor quality, we tell you how to improve, and we show that we shouldn’t be taken too serious! My first films were crap all over the place… but I improved (hopefully)
And you see, moderators take their job very serious here…