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X Fighters! S1 Remastered - Ninjago Island and the Veil of Darkness (LEGO Stop Motion)

After the summoning of the Skulkins by Garmadon, Team Shinobi must find the four Golden Weapons in order to establish peace on Ninjago Island.

After seven months of hard work, this incredible animation, in addition to the S1E1 Remake - The Evil Bone, make up for the entirety of X Fighters! Season 1, in a remastered plot designed to match the current intensity of X Fighters!

This Brickfilm came out on Brickfilm Day 2018. Check out the playlist here for all of this year's releases: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLEZK_ot8DnYJdd7mmtYGnchrZP2O9w2cP&disable_polymer=true


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C.MeaProducer, project's creator

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Looking good! 30 minutes of footage is quite a bit of work, so well done! Everything is crisp and clear in the video and the colors and lighting are pretty good - a little bit of flicker across parts though. My only criticism would be conversational movements. When the characters are talking, their movements are slow and seem a little unnatural. Your running, fighting, etc. movements, though, are really great. Keep up the good work!

@chris_gbpLooking good! 30 minutes of footage is quite a bit of work, so well done! Everything is crisp and clear in the video and the colors and lighting are pretty good - a little bit of flicker across parts though. My only criticism would be conversational movements. When the characters are talking, their movements are slow and seem a little unnatural. Your running, fighting, etc. movements, though, are really great. Keep up the good work!


Many thanks! The dialogue has definitely improved drastically from past uploads. It's still not perfect but more variety has been added, as well as more pauses. Overall it's getting better, but it was a major source of low attention span before. The flicker is unfortunately partly coming from the setup I'm using (11-year old camera with restricted settings) so I'd love to hear any suggestions you could give me on that. Thanks again!

I've found that exposure and gain are the two criminals when it comes to flicker, so try playing with those settings and run some tests until you're sure the flicker will be contained. Softening your lights can also help - I place tissue paper over my lamps to soften their glare. Try that out when you get a chance!

@chris_gbpI've found that exposure and gain are the two criminals when it comes to flicker, so try playing with those settings and run some tests until you're sure the flicker will be contained. Softening your lights can also help - I place tissue paper over my lamps to soften their glare. Try that out when you get a chance!


Softening should for sure help. Sadly playing with the settings is what I can't do as a response to my camera being from the stone age. I was fortunate enough to get it at a great price, but I can't play with the settings at all, the range is too small. I'll try softening and see if that already helps. Thanks!

Congratulations! The most promising brickfilm of the week!

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