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For me, there is a certain image and sound quality that has to be delivered
(e.g. stable camera base).
💡 It is a prerequisite, the viewer has to be able to
watch the Brickfilm actually.
(Think it works that way.)
A good Brickfilm must have a GOOD STORY.
With a good plot, dialogs,….
With interesting characters 😈 😎 and detailed, fitting sets.
(If the sets are crap, it undermines the believability of the movie. Because it creates some sort of styles battle. 😀 )
“CoreyJohnson93” wrote: and a stable camera base. :wink
Thats what I need Ive only got lego as my base! Is it alright or should i get a tripod or something?
Sry is this :spam: ?
Let’s see a picture of this base and then we’ll decide how suitable it is. 😉
If you attach the base to your baseplate, then it will minimise camera bumps. Also, if it’s that tall, then it’s bound to be a bit wobbly!
Thats only because i needed a high shot of the lego. I’ve made it smaller for other ‘scenes’. OH and my base plate is the little green thing thats al i have its quite small… 😆
Besides this forum’s owners idea of a good brickfilm, I personally think brickfilms are only good if they are a spoof of a movie, randomly funny, or just flat out funny. :rotfl For instance, I’m working on a Batman Spiderman arguing scene. :brickmiss:
“davestadel” wrote: …I personally think brickfilms are only good if they are a spoof of a movie, randomly funny, or just flat out funny.
So you don’t think Grace, Faithless, Hastings, or Pirates was good?
Not really. My favorite brickfilm is probably Alidibabadad. 😆
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