10 years ago, two young brickfilmers named @Parod and @R-creator created Brick à Brack. Our small community site gained popularity in the world of brickfilming and has now become a beloved center for LEGO stop motion. The community which is now spread over several continents thanks to our many members from France, United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom, amongst many others.
Today, Brick à Brack celebrates its 10th birthday! To celebrate the occasion, we've got a way to show your love for BàB! We'd like to present ...
You asked and we delivered - we are opening the new BàB store today! We've designed and assembled a special 10 Years Pack with the BàB logo. This pack includes:
All for a price of 10€ / $11.62 (excluding shipping costs, we do ship internationally. Note that prices are set in Euros and PayPal automatically converts the Euro price to dollars.) The parts are printed - in similar quality to official LEGO parts. The pieces are much cleaner than engraving or stickers!
Supply is limited, so if you want to get this pack, get your orders in soon! We will not limit the number per member, but we will distribute them first-come-first-served. Delivery of these packs is scheduled for December 2018, allowing us to process all orders and ship as efficiently as possible!
In order to bring our community together for the occasion, we are creating a small collaborative brickfilm! In order to have as many participants as possible and because of the reduced time to produce the brickfilm, we've planned out a way for you to contribute in the animation process. We estimate that you won't need more than an hour to participate in this collaboration. All members participating in this collaboration will receive a badge on their profile, for added incentive!
The goal is very simple: take a Lego minifig and animate one or more of the following shots listed below. Each shot must not exceed 2-3 seconds total. Feel free to review these videos at a slower pace if you need to break down the movement frame by frame.
Shot #1 : The minifig receives a stick from the left of the frame and sends it back to the right.