15-minute animation film depicting Dickens' classic story about Ebenezer Scrooge.
About this creation
Who doesn't know the wonderful story about Scrooge, written by Charles Dickens? Put to film a zillion times, now for the first time it has been done with LEGO! Why wait longer? Download it now!
With a length of over 15 minutes, this is the longest film we made until now.
The best way is to right-click and choose 'Save Target As...' from the BrickShelf folder.
This is one of my abosolute fave Brickfilms. Great animation, awesome plot (have you ever tried to convert a book into a 15 minute movie?) And great effects, all with inexpensive software, go fore a rating of 5 out of 5! Go Wanderer Go! :) Nathaniel "Yolegoman" Jones
At better than 15 minutes, this classic retold covers all the bases. There are well composed shots in this feature-the clock, the sitting room,the graveyard. THE BEST scene that must have taken loads of effort is the ballroom/bar scene. People are dancing, drinking-basically having a good time. The music in the background is great, and Santa is on the balcony letting it all sink in. This is the first "epic" scene that creates atmosphere for the sad thing to come. Great work on this one Stefan, and all the voice actors who made it possible.
Very slick. It looks like a tough nut to crack, and looks like it can dish out some punishment too. What an ironic name for a ship that is supposed to break through deflectors. "Divine wind" is the English translation of "Kamikaze" in Japanese. On several occasions, the archipeligo was saved from invasion by seemingly divine intervention in the form of freak weather patterns (usually including strong winds). The suicide attacks by Japanese naval pilots were supposed to save the islands once more.
Did you know this when naming this ship? It would be a really odd coincidence if you didn't.