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Peenemünde Infiltration: A WWII LEGO Movie
My first stop-motion movie, done with just a camera, LEGO, Windows Movie Maker, a lamp, FindSounds.com and paper.
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 I like it 
  February 10, 2010
Good job! I noticed that you used some medal of honor music aswell :)
 I made it 
  July 17, 2009
Quoting Jonathan L Not bad. Honestly. But there are a few things you need to work on. 1: Camera shake. I would suggest going out and buying a cheap tripod for like $20 and it will make a big difference. 2: Lighting. For this you have to take like some black garbage bags or something like that and tack/tape them up over your windows, then get some cheap desk-lamps or a work-light from somewhere, and light up your set. This way you have no lighting changes on your set during shooting (as long as you are careful not to cast your own shadow onto the set). 3: Set shake. This ones an easy fixer, take some thumbtack, or duck-tape or some kind of stick substance, place it under the set all around, stick to the table, and voila! Instant stable set (just don't bump into it while your animating). 4: The incredibly long ending that just black. Sorry, but there is just nothing interesting about a long ending with music on black. If your using a computer to edit (which, since you uploaded it to MOCpages, I'm assuming you are) then all you do is take the music clip, and size it down to the same length as your video, and then there's no extremely long ending part. So, you made a decent video, but follow my tips and make your future ones even better. Good Job.
Thanks for those tips, but this was my very first movie, and if you see for example my new LEGO fight you'll see most of these problemas are now fixed. Thanks for all that time you spent writing that, I know it does take time. Thanks again.
 I like it 
  June 24, 2009
Not bad. Honestly. But there are a few things you need to work on. 1: Camera shake. I would suggest going out and buying a cheap tripod for like $20 and it will make a big difference. 2: Lighting. For this you have to take like some black garbage bags or something like that and tack/tape them up over your windows, then get some cheap desk-lamps or a work-light from somewhere, and light up your set. This way you have no lighting changes on your set during shooting (as long as you are careful not to cast your own shadow onto the set). 3: Set shake. This ones an easy fixer, take some thumbtack, or duck-tape or some kind of stick substance, place it under the set all around, stick to the table, and voila! Instant stable set (just don't bump into it while your animating). 4: The incredibly long ending that just black. Sorry, but there is just nothing interesting about a long ending with music on black. If your using a computer to edit (which, since you uploaded it to MOCpages, I'm assuming you are) then all you do is take the music clip, and size it down to the same length as your video, and then there's no extremely long ending part. So, you made a decent video, but follow my tips and make your future ones even better. Good Job.
 
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