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    ok, this is my idea, what if a couple of directors took one idea, and stretched that one idea into their own creation, for example, hellboy werid tales, each artist made their own portrait of the character, it could be the same character, but in different sittuations, not exactly continuitity, but something close… :? just thinking.

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    guitar man

    hmm, Several a problems with this grand idea yes. But how about this, instead of taking turns by episode we take turns be season, and instead on releasing them on a weakly basis we could go by months or several weeks. But the animators would have to be very devoted to make a whole season. We could also go by quarter seasons or half seasons…. iunno, just a suggestion.

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    Maybe some people could do only one season a year, and that one season would air during the long summer break. About 8 episodes a year could qualify as a mini-series I geuss. I also like the idea guitar man has said above about making a episode every month or so, that gives people more time to write a good script and get all of the animation done that needs to be done.

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    This is a good idea. I’ve never helped with a CP before, but this one sounds fun. (Especially if I don’t have to do voice acting!) I’m getting better at animating, and I could make examples of what I can do. :) I’m weak in the thinking-of-a-funny-idea department, but once I’ve got a script I can animate it well. Then you guys can edit what I make, and I won’t have to worry about having 500mb left on my hard drive! :lol:

    I read all the ideas suggested, and I think the best plan is the mini series – either with a director doing a different episode – or with each director being assigned a different set. If the sets where simple enough we could find common ground – and if the same people edit the episodes every time then there’ll be even more continuity. PM me if you need an animator and I’ll see what I can do! I’m assuming if we do this it’ll take a lot of prep work – I’m fine with that. I’d like to help plan things, too.

    Also, if the mini series was a success, what’s keeping us from making another?

    I think a mini-series produced by the community would be a great showpiece to show anyone who’s interested in animating – it’s also a great way to find out who’s really serious about animating and getting involved. *hint* *hint* :)


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    I think a mini-series produced by the community would be a great showpiece to show anyone who’s interested in animating – it’s also a great way to find out who’s really serious about animating and getting involved. *hint* *hint*

    It would be a great way to show everyone what a few animators can do. A good idea for a mini-series that would also teach newcomers about brickfilming techniques would be about a few people in film college or somthing who animate with Lego, and they have crazy lives or somthing. Just an idea.

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    “Dewfilms” wrote: In the General topic forum, someone made a suggestion about a Brickfilm sitcom:

    Of course this is a fine idea but as some fellow brickfilmers pointed out, there are drawbacks to making a sitcom (Time, devotion, energy, etc.).

    Instead of one person doing a sitcom every week, why not a group of people make a sitcom. That way there is not a lot of pressure on just one person.
    One thing about a group of people making a sitcom is that they all have to have the same minifigs, props, etc.
    This would take a lot of work and a lot of group effort.

    I just wanted to see what all of you thought of this idea.

    It also talked about a talk show. I think that talk show would be cool. It could probably only be two or three people, though. (I think)

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    Free TV Francis is a scheduled sitcom.


    Now there is a bump and a half… I make it three years.

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    I was gonna make a sitcom a while ago, but I never had time to make new episodes, and I couldn’t think of a story that kept going.

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