It's been a couple of years since I last made a brickfilm, but having watched this, I felt like getting back into stop motion, so I started making this. Enjoy!
I know that there's a lot to be improved, but I'm really still learning the ropes of stop-motion. I have an advantage over most brickfilmers, though, due to having a wedding photographer for a dad :) It means I don't have to spend money on a camera, lights, photo editing programs, etc. This was made with Adobe Photoshop Lightroom, (or some more sophisticated name) the soundtrack was put together with Final Cut Pro, took about 2-3 hours to shoot, and plays at 10 frames per second. Total time spent on this was something like 7-10 hours over the course of a week, but it didn't really need to take that long, a lot of that time was spent making and fixing blonde mistakes :)
This is just a short video to kick me back into stop-motion, I'm currently in the shooting stage with another one, in which I'll test a few things, camera movements and such. Expect that to be on my channel in a week or so :)
Great work! The quality was decent; it will improve as you continue filming. What stood out to me was the sound effects. They were spot on! And the music didn't over power the whole video.
To attach the video to your page, you can do this by clicking on "share" below your video on youtube, then copying and pasting the HTML on your page. Hope this helps!
@Medieval Guy, I think he used a technique called "masking". It's basically photoshoping each frame to remove the support. Or he could have simply attached a thin string to the minifigure.