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    My first attempt at stop motion. Okay, don’t kill me because there was no set or changed camera angles. This was just for my help, experimenting at what looks good. Well, I know it’s short and I know the file size is HUGE for this size file, but I did post a subject in the forums on compression. That is something I have trouble with…well take a look, and I hope you like it!

    Legotest.mpg 3.39 mb 20 secs. http://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/Convu … otest2.mpg

    #6328
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    legotronn
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    I liked it a lot! I even thought it was a little funny. A normal guy puts on sunglasses, and a motorcycle just HAPPENS to come around. :D

    Nice animation. Can’t wait for your first short. :)

    #6329
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    WhiteDragon
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    That was your first try! :o

    That was gtreat for a first!

    oh, I suggest you use the edit button next time instead of making another post

    #6336
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    Stefan
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    I loved the trick with the sunglasses! Sounds worked fine, too. Looks like you’re about ready to take off.

    Stefan.

    #6352
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    Ferder
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    That was great for a first try. when I did my first animation the base-plate moved alover the place and I had the set facing away from my DELL so I got a shot of people moving around in the background.

    #6355

    Hehe, yeah I watched a lot of brick movies before a made that and made sure not to make the same mistakes, like the plate the guy was on I had taped down. The only thing I messed up on was getting the guy on the motorcycle, I found that challenging…oh well

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    Logan
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    Good Job man, I hope to see a first film come from convulsion studios that is as smooth as that! Good job, learning off our mistakes

    #6412
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    Realy good job for your first try! I loved the trick with the sun glasses

    #6533
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    tub-o-legos
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    Hey!

    Nice job!

    Listen, I’m new to stop motion animation too, and I was wondering if you could tell me how you did that?

    Thanks!

    #6554

    wait…what? How I animated it? What do you mean “how did I do it”

    con/olsion
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