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Stop-motion try-out . The portal is back, now in stop-motion . I'm considering making this moc into a stop-motion, the following movie was just a try-out. As you could probably see there's still a lot of work, projects like this require full concentration all the time, you easely make a small mistake, like forgetting to add a small green brick. my lighting was terrible and then there's the railroad, I don't want it to get in view but if I remove it I wouldn't get a smooth video. Anyway, it's an interesting project which needs a lot of preperation but the result is nice I think. Well, I hope it works out next time btw, here's another one (keep a close eye on the sword) ...and another something :)

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