thanks I didnt know that
Well, if you have any type of heat lamp/spotlight, try shining it at a white sheet or paper. Some light will bounce off and make a night glow for the brickfilm.
Or, you could try a flashlight at a paper. I never tried that but it sounds like it would work.
PUT CAMRA DOWN ON SET AND PUT LEGO PIECES TIGHTLY AROUND IT!
“Bl00dyBizkitz” wrote: Okay, I’m using a tripod and Blu-tac to hold down my base plate, but there still is a noticeable amount of movement in my test videos.
This one is an example.
Is there anything else I can do?
ALSO YOU CAN USE GOOGLE IMAGES FOR IMAGES! :woo
modedit: No need for large font sizes. And stop bumping old threads.
wirdo7 replied to the topic Introduce Yourself! (The Welcome to BrickFilms Thread) in the forum Getting Started 4 years, 8 months ago
Hi I am wirdo7 i have not made a brickfilm yet and I have not made a youtube account yet but i think brickfilming is great though i dont know much about it…
You need a comedy action brickfilm :drool: with car chases ninga fights an gun showdowns!
“Jack Prost” wrote: Does anyone know a good program to make titles with? If so, please tell me or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. This isn’t for a LEGO movie though…. but it does invovle filmmaking…
use windows movie maker