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Hey I made a stopmotion film with legos.. biggrin.gif

Check it out and tell me if u like it:

 

 

 

(mrsofa is my youtube name)

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I can't believe no one commented on this.

 

That was great. Great job. No lie - Keep it up.

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sonnyBlack

This has the makings of an awesome video! You've mixed GTA with Legos, superb work my friend. smile.gif Nice touch with the cop car hidden behind the doughnut shop too. tounge.gif

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Mikeol1987

Yeah awesome video man! love Lego haha.

RIP Rockstar Games

1998 - 2021

 

 

 

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Check it out and tell me if u like it:

 

I like.

 

p.s. in the future, just embed your video using the handy youtube tags wink.gif

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strange...the youtube tags dont work:

 

 

 

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This is a frame rate between 10-15 fps

But frame rate changes with scenes...

And it's not my first film here is some more:

 

This is a pack of my really old ones...

 

 

 

This one is newer but without sound.

 

Hope u like those too smile.gif

 

But test drive is the best one so far... others don't have sound

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Hah, awesomeness.

 

I'm trying to find a way to make digital copies of my old stop-motion films.

 

 

 

 

I love this though, keep it up!

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Loved it. I like that you used sound effects from GTA. GTA3, isn't it? The car sounds like an Infernus. rolleyes.gif

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GTA SA, the car was a racecar3 or 2 idk...

The sound engine is the same as the infernus from gta 3 I think

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Loooooove it! I'd speed up the frame rate even more during some of the quicker actions - like when he jumps into the car, for example. But you've got a great feel on the movement. Awesome job!

 

Did you really do this all by yourself, or did you have help from.... above?

 

PS - the backdrop with the road is... superf*ckingcute. Really. Great job.

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Did It all by my self, with a little advice when editting it with after effects

 

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So - no alien assistance. That you know of. Thats cool, I guess.

 

What else have you got for software? Much easier to tweak timing in a NLE or a program built for stop motion work.

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yea, I wanted to use dragon stop motion - made for stopmotion, but it costs too much, and I cant find a pirated version...

All I used was After Effects and Wavepad.

Wavepad is a sound editor that Ive googled and that's what I found and it works great.

 

And yes, no Alien assistance...Bigfoot helped me...

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Then I'd recommend, as far as earth software goes, Sony Vegas or Adobe Premiere. If you're on a mac, Final Cut will be pretty cheap to buy secondhand after the new version comes out (in a month, I think?)

 

I've worked with a few animators who work solely within after effects. When they see what they can do by using AE and FCP in tandem, they lose their sh*t. It's a different world of control. Not having to render every time you change the timing just to preview it - that'll save you about five years per project, I'm sure. tounge.gif

 

 

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Yeah, but I don't have a mac...

And yes I also use premiere but more for the text part, because aftereffects is more of a effects program.

Tried to use sony vegas...but It's a lot more complicated then AE...Or because im used to the adobe's user interface which is a little similar to adobe flash. If you know of any tutorials on sony vegas please tell because I cant find any good ones for beginners.

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Then I'd stick to Premiere. What you could do - export your image sequence from AE (at around 12fps) Then chop it/tweak speed in Premiere.

 

But don't take my puny earthling brain for it. Just have a go at it if you like. I mean, come on. You're awesome. It's not like you need to change anything. wink.gif

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Tried to add some motion blur but it wasn't good.

The next film will have to have more fps.

And yes at the beginning there is a lot low fps... confused.gif

And become of some outer force , when I uploaded the film to YouTube the film lags a little bit more...

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