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For people who have been brickfilming awhile, this is obvious (and unheard of):
Nobody wants to see your bed in the background. If its an outdoor scene, create some sort of background. Paper, bricks, tilted up base plates, even computer generated backgrounds make all the difference.
By having background, it takes the viewer into the “brickfilm world” where they can imagine that set-ups are “real” and they appriciate the brickfilm more. If you have nromal things like furniture in the background, it takes you out of that sort of state of mind, making whatever animation going on seem that much less realistic.
Try something off-the-wall. Try something unique. Try to avoid the following:
1) Anything taking place solely or partially in a white expanse.
2) Anything with a comedy duo.
3) An over-dramatic film or music video with ‘serious’ acting.
I’m not saying those things can’t work (they’ve been done splendidly in the past), just that they’re overdone.
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