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  • #422270
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    BarudBrickFilms
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    Why? I’m curious

    #422320
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    Adam
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    Awesome community!

    My first stop-motion : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tDC9rCaK4xk

    #422323
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    BarudBrickFilms
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    Very good reason!

    #422328
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    crazymotion
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    Always wanted to make cartoons! )) Tried to learn 3D and to draw… but stopmotion is easier.
    So now I’m making real my ideas ))

    #422330
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    BarudBrickFilms
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    Oh, I think that 3d is easier than 2d, but easiest is stop-m.

    #422395
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    Galaxy Patrol
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    It’s relaxing and stressful at the same time

    #422396
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    BarudBrickFilms
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    I definitely have to agree in that, because whenever I’m making my Lego guy walk, it’ll sometimes fall over and stuff like that. And again, it is pretty peaceful… agreed.

    #422399
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    scar1200
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    I animate because I think that it is fun ,and like barudbricks and galaxy patrol, I think that it’s really relaxing. I like to use my imagination ,and with stop motion you can do that alot.

    #422400
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    BarudBrickFilms
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    Yes, it seems a if we get our imagination out by making it a brick-film.

    #422401

    I also find leago animation relaxing and I have always wanted to write an driect movies and since there are endless possibilites in lego animation you can do the same thing that you want to do in a real movie, its only simplier.

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