How to recreate a YouTube video into a Lego Brick film

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    nice

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    MrRenamation
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    This is INCREDIBLY detailed.

    #434052 Reply

    I just really love this and come back to it a lot !

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    Anna C.
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    Thanks! Very informative!

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    Anna C.
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    Anyone who has ever done this? I want to see.

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    Unfortunately after I created a lot of the test videos to help develop this document I had a hard drive crash and lost my files! This is why I’ve been out of the loop for do long crying over spilt milk!
    I really hope someone will take charge and try to recreate some of these examples! When life and kids settle down, I will go back and recreate everything I had!

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    Anna C.
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    Oh my! Have you tried using some file recovery software or asked someone you know who could fix the hard drive? My cousin had the same experience as you did and boy he was very mad. He used a software to recover his files and he’s okay now.

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