You have seen those fun LEGO stop-motion videos from the BrotherhoodWorkshop, right? We have featured several of them here (see links at the bottom of this post). They are always funny and the animation so smooth – just a real pleasure to watch and enjoy! 🙂
Today I would like to show you another video from the brothers, this time taking a behind-the-scenes look at creating LEGO stop-motion videos. Here Kevin Ulrich shares some of their tricks like animating multiple characters, materials used for backgrounds, using clay for the ground-surface, adding special effects, software and other tools used, etc.
If you are interested in LEGO brickfilming this video is just a wealth of information and offers some great ideas. It doesn’t go into great detail like a tutorial, but it does introduce some important subjects, and if you have questions you can always ask Kevin directly. Oh, and I can’t believe that’s Kevin’s voice for animating Gollum! 🙄
So what do you think? How did you like the behind-the scenes look into the BrotherhoodWorkshop’s studio? Did you learn anything new about the LEGO brickfilming process? Or picked up a cool trip you are planning to use? Share your thoughts in the comment section below! 😉
To see the BrotherhoodWorkshop’s videos check below, and you can also visit their YouTube Channel directly for more: