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    Lewa11 Pictures Presents: Action Reaction!

    Here’s a little short film I did called Action Reaction, just a show off of comedic timing and acrobatic animation. Enjoy!

    http://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/Lewa1 … onl11p.mpg

    1.2 mb

    Tell me what you think!

    :wink

    – Lewa11

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    Ouch, that must of hurt…

    Nice short!

    -james

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    well apart from the lighting, which was just dreadful, it was fun.

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    You know… I’d have expected the camera to move back a few seconds after the crash. Right now, we see the wall only a fraction of a second.

    The animation for this one was very smooth, and backed up by neat sound effects. How did you do the camera movement?

    Stefan.

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    Erlic
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    Owww! But that’s what made it amuzing! :wink

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    Antiggo
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    :lol: :lol: :lol:
    But that hurts… :lol:
    As Bluntman wrote apart of the lighting it was fun!

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    liked the cool moves! he was THAT strong and a little wall hurt um? :lol:

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    “wandrer2″ wrote:
    The animation for this one was very smooth, and backed up by neat sound effects. How did you do the camera movement?

    Stefan.

    Well, because I was uing the LEGO Cam, I could have the bottom slightly attach to the studs so I could have a shot like this at an angle.

    “Bluntman” wrote: well apart from the lighting, which was just dreadful, it was fun.

    There’s 2 reasons why I did lighting like this.

    1. I wanted to have black background and have the lighting brighter, but none of my boards and books and whatnot were big enough to cover the wideness of the X-Large Baseplate.

    2. I noticed that when the lighting was dark, the LEGO cam’s quality isn’t as obviously nasty, so I stuck with the deep darkness.

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    Motfilms
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    :lol: Funny little short. The animation was very nice, and the ending was great! Films under 10 seconds can be good 8)

    Tom

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    Well that was great and humerous and other then the lighiting it was great!
    nice job!
    IndyA

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