My second lego stop-motion video since my return to brickfilming. In this one I tried out some camera movement techniques, and I was going to use masking for the Matrix-type flip shot, but I had to reshoot that scene from a different angle, due to the one tool I needed not working for some reason. This one actually actually IS 10 Frames Per Second, (FPS) unlike my previous animation, which had a fade between frames, technically making it a lower FPS.
I haven't been MOCcing much since the MOCathalon, but I had inspiration to build another castle MOC, which I'll post soon. I think I'll build a few more small castle creations, then maybe try my hand at one of these one-shot futuristic wonders that you see all over Flickr.
Oh my God, what an inspiring piece of work! I can only begin to imagine how much time and effort went into this. The movement is great, very fluid, and you got some nice hilarious choices going on here (the banana lol!). A word of gratitude for sharing. Congrats!