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8x8x8 - Nineth edition!

Par Ferdinand (01/06/2020)



Ladies and Gentlemen..

Brick à Brack have a new contest for you. Well, no, I mean not so new : the good old 8x8x8 !

Presentation :


Seriously! The contest the most iconic of Brick-à-Brack is coming back in a ninth edition !
The rules doesn't change : you must create a brickfilm in a cube of 8 bricks in height, 8 bricks in length and 8 bricks in width!



Some small details :
  • No LEGO piece (brick, decor, minifig) is allowed to come out of this cube.
  • The action of your brickfilm must be concentrated only in this cube.
  • You can place any type of decoration outside your cube if it is not LEGO
  • Your LEGO decor can be smaller than limits of 8x8x8, but now it must to be viewable.
  • The cube can move (for example, you can build a car that respects the dimensions and move it!)
The rules are complicated, so have no hesitation to ask if you have any questions about that!
Warning : any participation that does not respect the rules can be disqualified...

As a result, the staff can ask you for pictures of filming if we suspect a breaking of the rules, so don't forget to take pictures of your decors.
Your efforts will be rewarded because the first 5 will receive a LEGO set !

Set reference : 71121, 60265, 80007, 75967 et 70433

As in the last contest, a minifig will be randomly given to a participant who isn't in the top 5!
You have until Sunday July 12th at 11:59 PM to register your participation.

13/07/2020


With those words, good brickfilming! If you want to be a judge, you're welcome!
Good luck!


→ 2018 participations playlist

→ Register

Hype! What about time limit? What's the minimum time limit for this?

@GUATEMAX AnimationsHype! What about time limit? What's the minimum time limit for this?

There isn't minimum time limit I think

I think too.

Do you need to have a stack of 8 bricks in the shot to show how tall it is, or is that optional?

How do we submit our entries?

Dernière édition par Bros with da Legos (02/06/2020 à 00h03).

@Bros with da LegosDo you need to have a stack of 8 bricks in the shot to show how tall it is, or is that optional

That's not necessary. It's not aesthetically pleasing. You had to imagine an 8-by-8-by-8 cube. No lego pieces outside of that cube.
Check out the entries from the previous edition to get an idea of the possibilities. https://www.brick-a-brack.com/contests/entries/11/

@Bros with da LegosHow do we submit our entries?
Always in the same place. By clicking on this link. Also visible on the home page. https://www.brick-a-brack.com/contests/register/27/

Sounds like an interesting contest! The eight ones that came before were before my time, so I'm excited to work on this one!

@GUATEMAX AnimationsHype! What about time limit? What's the minimum time limit for this?


Your film must be created between 31/05/2020 and 13/07/2020.

@YetgoThe eight ones that came before were before my time

Damn, I'd assumed you'd been around forever! I remember the 8th one occurring just around the time I joined.

Might even be able to take part this time.

@JO CoMight even be able to take part this time.
We hope.

Alrighty then, a few questions to pester you with.
What are the rules on things like violence, swearing, copyrighted material, and a min or max length?
I'm assuming compositing animated Lego outside of the 8x8x8 zone is prohibited. Or, say, having a screen in an 8x8x8 room showing footage of another area. How about transitions, like having a shot of a micro-scale building (≤8x8x8) with the camera smoothly pulling in through one of the windows to an 8x8x8 room?

I'm sure I'm forgetting something but all of that should be a good start!

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