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My first Brickfilm!
I never really made these pics into a proper movie till now; enjoy!
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 I like it 
  November 9, 2010
Very nice! I tried making a full-length stop motion film once, jammed up windows movie maker so badly that it shut down forever! Great start, looking forward to more! -Ultra
 I made it 
  November 7, 2010
Quoting Tyler Delgado If you have a Mac, you should use either Final Cut 4, which is a great editor as well, or iMovie. Windows Movie Maker works, but you need to have certain settings to make stopmotions. Next time, try taking more shots of small movements, it will look alot more clean. One final tip is to get really good lighting and a tripod to steady your camera. I just use my Flip's tripod for mine. Hope this helps and nice job. :)
Well, I don't have a Mac, and I have been working on another that should look more clean.
 I like it 
  November 7, 2010
Awsome!
 I like it 
  November 7, 2010
If you have a Mac, you should use either Final Cut 4, which is a great editor as well, or iMovie. Windows Movie Maker works, but you need to have certain settings to make stopmotions. Next time, try taking more shots of small movements, it will look alot more clean. One final tip is to get really good lighting and a tripod to steady your camera. I just use my Flip's tripod for mine. Hope this helps and nice job. :)
 I made it 
  November 6, 2010
Quoting Jake H. I agree with Matt, although it's really more important to makesure you are using a good software. I've tried both Windows movie make, and monkey jame, and I must say monkey jam is MUCH better. It's also free.
Hmm, I'll look into it. Unfortunately, my computer is on its last leg, I'm not able to download anything huge.
 I like it 
  November 6, 2010
I agree with Matt, although it's really more important to makesure you are using a good software. I've tried both Windows movie make, and monkey jame, and I must say monkey jam is MUCH better. It's also free.
 I made it 
  November 6, 2010
Quoting Matthew Novosad It needs some work, but is definatly a start. I would recommend getting a video camera that can do stop motion. The take one picture at a time using the video camera moving what you want to move a half inch, wether it be and arm, leg, head or whatever, not much. You can move more then one thing per frame also.
Thanks for the tips, I'll consider it!
  November 6, 2010
It needs some work, but is definatly a start. I would recommend getting a video camera that can do stop motion. The take one picture at a time using the video camera moving what you want to move a half inch, wether it be and arm, leg, head or whatever, not much. You can move more then one thing per frame also.
 
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