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"What You See is what You Hit!": a 1-minute video
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A 1-minute video a friend and I have worked on. It may make me look like I have a morbid mind, but it's totally random. You'll love it.
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 I made it 
  September 19, 2009
Quoting Architect of my own Matrix Wow... Goes from creepy to lolz in a matter of seconds. Great job! (Off Topic – sorry, but MOCpages doesn’t have a direct messaging system) I noticed you commented on Athos (Steve)’s “History of the World” (www.mocpages.com/moc.php/14974) back in November 16, 2007, saying “I know that scene . . . it's from that famous painting by some dead guy with a half-naked lady in it.” I believe the painting you are referring to is "Liberty Leading the People" by by Eugène Delacroix, and guess what – I made a LEGO rendition of it! You may find it here: http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/133522
That's really neat! Hahaha
 I made it 
  September 19, 2009
Quoting Unitronus Galaxy Beautiful! But what is more wonderous is that its from Youtube. How did you do that?
Haha, I'm glad you like it! Well, about your question: go to any youtube video (NOT displayed on anyone's channel. It has to be displayed on the typical white-background screen with comments, related videos, etc.) Above the "related videos" and the "more from..." column, you'll see two html codes: the URL and the Embed code. Copy and paste the "Embed" code into a MOCpage text box like you would a picture. To add extra features like custom video box size, colored borders, and other options, click on the "Customize" button (looks like a gear) to the right of the "Embed" code box. Just click on the options you want; the Embed code will change automatically and all you have to do is copy and paste it when you have the options you want. Hope this helps! Glad you like my videos . . .
  September 18, 2009
Beautiful! But what is more wonderous is that its from Youtube. How did you do that?
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  June 10, 2009
that is hilarious man!
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  December 5, 2008
The first time i saw this i thought " Okayyyyy." and then the car. I was laughing my head off. Make more please!
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  November 24, 2008
omfg that is so funny! good job
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  October 30, 2008
"IIIIIIii have seeeeeen the liight" That´s really weird and funny. Good job on the stop motion videos in general. Thank you for the e-mail, BTW. It´s horrible that you don´t get to build right now - I technically could build a lot more if I wouldn´t have to work on my big final thesis for university... eehmm ..which I should actually do right now:(... But yeah, I know how it feels to not have your Legos around. I lived in France for a year and missed them a lot... Steffen
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Patrick Leon
  October 29, 2008
That was incredibly random but incredibly cool! check out my MOCs!
Stephen Abbott
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masterchief 1
  October 29, 2008
Random but good!
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  October 29, 2008
In...credible...I was thinking like "what's the meaning of this" then the car...awesome, great job, I like that car btw
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  October 29, 2008
THAT IS AWESOME!!!will you come and see my movies?
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  October 29, 2008
OMG, THEY KILLED KENNY! ~Martin
 
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