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Beware the Remote! (A Brickfilm)

The title says it all.

Made for Brick-à-Brack's 8x8x8 competition:
https://www.brick-a-brack.com/contests/contest/27/

Music used:
-- Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)-- Hitman
Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License
http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
--Jason Shaw -- Horror Drone #1, Horror 13, So Dramatic
https://audionautix.com/
--Pablo de Sarasate -- Zigeunerweisen, Op. 20, played by Henry Holst

Constructive criticism is always appreciated!

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BrickGuffinWolffeCréateur du projet

Brick à Brack (12)Concours (4)

Your animation is very smooth and cool to watch, your fight scenes are very realistic, the music really puts in the mood, maybe the hero’s voice would have been better without this cartoon style, and the blue dots around are very well animated ! Great Job 😜

@DiabloBrickStudioYour animation is very smooth and cool to watch, your fight scenes are very realistic, the music really puts in the mood, maybe the hero’s voice would have been better without this cartoon style, and the blue dots around are very well animated ! Great Job 😜
Thank you! I will take that into consideration.

Dernière édition par BrickGuffinWolffe (12/07/2020 à 20h12).

Super film très mâture !!

@tom le legomanSuper film très mâture !!

Est-ce une mauvaise chose? (Je ne parle pas français, je viens d'utiliser Google translate)

Everything was done really well. I especially loved the holographic (I mean digital world) effects, both in terms of picture (animation and color correction) and sound.

Character expressions were delivered very realisticaly and the fight scenes were good.

The only weak point was the ending of your work, when the camera moved. Showing the scene from above made it look that it was just "A brickfilm I made", not a "Real story in a LEGO world". I hope you get what I mean... it was like including a part of behind-the-scenes in the original movie

@ShahriarEverything was done really well. I especially loved the holographic (I mean digital world) effects, both in terms of picture (animation and color correction) and sound.

Character expressions were delivered very realisticaly and the fight scenes were good.

The only weak point was the ending of your work, when the camera moved. Showing the scene from above made it look that it was just "A brickfilm I made", not a "Real story in a LEGO world". I hope you get what I mean... it was like including a part of behind-the-scenes in the original movie


Thank you! Yes, I actually shot this on an iPad, so it was really hard for me to make that camera movement at the end very smooth (no tripod). If I had more time, I would have polished it more or done something different (I was running out of time when I shot that). I also see what you mean about the ending being that way, though I hadn’t intended it to be like that. But I guess that’s the way it turned out, what with the set looking rather crude. It is what it is!

Dernière édition par BrickGuffinWolffe (13/07/2020 à 16h21).

Fluid animation. I like the effect where the scenery moves when the character moves forward. The atmosphere is very successful. Have you tried to create a receptacle with your brick stock to hold your iPad?

@Max_LGFluid animation. I like the effect where the scenery moves when the character moves forward. The atmosphere is very successful. Have you tried to create a receptacle with your brick stock to hold your iPad?

Thanks! Yes, for the most part, I used a stand made of LEGO bricks to hold my iPad. But that didn’t work for the last shot, so I just tried to very carefully do handheld shots with onion skin.

It's a sad truth, but sometimes you have to dispose a part of your work, even if you've spent a lof of time on creating it
But keep in mind, worse than that is when a bad part in your work hides other good points and unfortunately, a simple mistake has the power to destroy everything... so when something goes wrong in your work, Brave it out and sacrifice it for the good of strong points!

Dernière édition par Shahriar (14/07/2020 à 12h51).

@ShahriarIt's a sad truth, but sometimes you have to dispose a part of your work, even if you've spent a lof of time on creating it
But keep in mind, worse than that is when a bad part in your work hides other good points and unfortunately, a simple mistake has the power to destroy everything... so when something goes wrong in your work, Brave it out and sacrifice it for the good of strong points!

Thanks, that’s good advice! Although, I was actually trying to get that in slow motion and lower FPS—you know, like in the movies. It’s an “artistic effect,” sort of like a faster version of a Kubrick zoom out (search it online). Or like in this scene, where Darth Vader says “NOOOOOOO!”: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=kqpsVWv9AU8 (it’s at the very end). I was sort of trying to mimic a scene like that. Honestly, I didn’t think it turned out that bad, or else I would have disposed of it, but thanks for your feedback anyway!

Dernière édition par BrickGuffinWolffe (14/07/2020 à 15h50).

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