Hi guys! So Iv’e been doing Lego stop-motions for over a year now, but I feel like they are all lacking……something. I’m not sure what it is, but something is not right, and I’m not content with my videos. Do you guys have any tips of what makes a Lego stop motion so great? I have a pretty good camera that takes clear, nice pictures, and I believe my animation is pretty decent too. I think I may be lacking in the sound/audio effects department, however don’t restrict your tips to just one category.
Hi Declan! I understand how you feel. If you don’t mind, can I see one of your videos. It may help me and other people find out what you are lacking.
Of course! I haven’t uploaded it to Youtube, so what is your preferred way to view it?
youtube will do nicely.
You could try YouTube or upload it on brickfilms.com. You could also email it to me. It is up to you.
Alright, I uploading it to Youtube, however it may take a while.
Great video! I really enjoyed it. Animation is pretty good, I think that you could some more sound effects. Here is a link to a website where you sound effects. http://soundfxnow.com/
I hope that this helps!
Thanks! Ill try those out in my next animation! Ill get started right away!
My tips would be 2 things. 1- do you have a clicker for your camera? If not I would get one. Itll help it look smoother. 2- get a couple of lamps to try and even out the lighting. I know lighting is easier said than done but i think if you video just looks slightly better youll be a lot happier with it.
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