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chroma key & mouth animation test

This is just a brickfilm test we made to learn how to do green screen, mouth animation, and a news ticker for a Lego News video coming out June 7. (https://youtu.be/1mRJi6ywBnA) Let us know what we could do to improve our effects.

Production team
Bros with da LegosProducer, project's creator
PIRO4D on Pixabaythe guy who made the globe intro
AudionautixComposer

Good effects, I especially like the mouth animation.

Mouth movements were very fluid and smooth and that's good, but they were really small in matter of size and it was hard to see the mouth moving. There should be a bigger difference between scenes.
Also, to make it natural, one shouldn't think about the movements but keep watching as it's a normal thing; I mean like visual effects and sound effects that should be very well suited so nobody thinks they are just added effects. The background replacement which you did very well is an example of very well-suited and natural effect that I only noticed (and thought about it) after reading the title again. In addition to that, a natural minifigure talking scene is a mixture of mouth, hands, eyes and eyebrows and even body movements.

I'm waiting for your newer updates and I wish you good luck on this!

Last edited by Shahriar (jun. 6, 2020 (07:57am)).

@YetgoGood effects, I especially like the mouth animation.


@ShahriarMouth movements were very fluid and smooth and that's good, but they were really small in matter of size and it was hard to see the mouth moving. There should be a bigger difference between scenes.
Also, to make it natural, one shouldn't think about the movements but keep watching as it's a normal thing; I mean like visual effects and sound effects that should be very well suited so nobody thinks they are just added effects. The background replacement which you did very well is an example of very well-suited and natural effect that I only noticed (and thought about it) after reading the title again. In addition to that, a natural minifigure talking scene is a mixture of mouth, hands, eyes and eyebrows and even body movements.

I'm waiting for your newer updates and I wish you good luck on this!


Thanks guys. You're very helpful.

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