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Dishonored - A Brick à Brack Silent Voices Contest Entry

Few things are worse than a set bump.

Made for Brick à Brack's Silent Voices Contest, a brickfilming contest with no voice acting allowed. It was a lot of fun to make! You can see the behind-the-scenes process in my Silent Voices stream, linked under Production


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Chris M.Producer, project's creator

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An awesome brickfilm, it's funny and inspired by real life
Just be carreful with the motion blur on cars, the result is a bit strange

Last edited by Maxou44 (jun. 11, 2018 (05:41am)).


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@Maxou44An awesome brickfilm, it's funny and inspired by real life
Just be carreful with the motion blur on cars, the result is a bit strange

Yeah after that picture you showed, I don't think I'm gonna try that method again

Woaw impressive Brickfilm!
The end is great.





Awesome... funny and a great idea and very well implemented in the video... think lots of folks here can relate to it....


Also makes me think if some sort of therapy or talkgroup might be beneficial (f.i. via livestream) for disillusioned brickfilmers


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Great job man!

Very cool ! Its smooth and fun ! 😃😃


Tilou

Now that was one great brick flick!

Great film! It is all too true...

Great story and set design! That large-scale shot for the close-up looks especially nice, and having you re-create the film in those last shots was a great idea.

I do have a few comments on how you could improve for the next one, however. Fading between frames for a slo-mo effect doesn't look very good. Maybe try filming with slow motion in mind. In other words, smaller increments. Also, there's a continuity error that I can only imagine was deliberate for some reason. Why is the shot at 1:30 flipped?

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