jahnocli replied to the topic What motivated you to become a Brickfilmer and what Keeps you Going? in the forum Getting Started 4 months, 2 weeks ago
A 4 hour Brickfilm!? You’re kidding, right? I hope your production values are up there with Lord of the Rings or similar, because otherwise no-one is ever going to make it to the end…
jahnocli replied to the topic Brick Films – FIFA Football World Cup 2014 Contest in the forum Contests Discussion 5 months ago
So….when is the new deadline?
Here’s some feedback:
1. Stop spinning scenes around so fast you can’t see what’s happening!
2. Before your tutorial, tell people what it is about.(preferably show the finished article)
3. Break your tutorial into […]
There should be more time to read the captions, especially as the font is an old letterform (I once read that you should allow enough time to read captions twice over).
When the mime is freed, he smiles so briefly […]
Lovely sets full of detail, interesting characters, but so-so story line. What I particularly disliked was the heads moving independently of the hairpieces. At that instant they became awkward Lego minifigures […]
There are things I liked, especially the set for the laboratory, but it was too long, a bit wordy and the dialogue was indistinct in places. I’d like to have seen a shorter, punchier version. Outstanding for a […]
It’s very confusing (or maybe it’s just me). If you want a free download, you are sent on a web-site merry-go-round. I was interested in a couple of things, but after a while I gave up.
jahnocli replied to the topic Introduce Yourself! (The Welcome to BrickFilms Thread) in the forum Getting Started 1 year, 3 months ago
It’s funny and inventive and everything, but you DO know this is a brickfilm animation site, don’t you? (The clue is in the website name).
I watched the video pointed to by the link above. Lighten up? What’s the matter, can’t you take criticism? I’m giving you feedback; I stand by what I said. Both those points are valid, I think. If you want a pat […]
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