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So, not exactly the smoothest or longest film, I admit. In my defence, I only had an hour and a half and no experience with filming faster than 10fps, and though this is no Paganomation it was good practice, hopefully someday I'll find the time to do a decent movie. Link if video isn't showing
Here's the set I used for the film. Just a quick throw-together, but good experience securing it.
A microscale airship.
A set for a film on Neanderthals I did a couple months back. Having three days to make a ten minute film was not conducive to good stop-motion, I doubt that I'll ever post it online.
A mammoth I built for above mentioned film. I really liked this guy, pity I took him apart without any decent photos.
A micro scout ship.
Another micro ship. Both were built around a minifig's hip piece.
Quoting The Timinater !
some cool little builds here, but that stopmotion video's ending was rather poor... I KNOW they're hard to do - I've tried twice now! actually, when I get to AUS, I will post one of my SM vids :D
Quoting Cody G
Nice scraps, the video is smooth in most places but kind of abrupt in others. Try to make it flow more.
Absolutely. I think that the main problem came when I had to move their feet, and then they started to lose balance and couldn't be positioned perfectly. Doing a lower fps or using clay instead of baseplates would likely solve this.
Haha, that's a cool mammoth! Had to do a double take for those micro-ships; the use of the hip-pieces is quite brilliant! I dunno if it's just my device, but I didn't see the video anywhere-- just a heads-up. ;-) Good stuff!