There is a really excellent little LEGO stop-motion film that I recently found – taking brick-filming to a whole new level. The idea is simple but very creative, and goes in a direction I haven’t seen others try before. 🙂
This LEGO stop-motion film was created by Jon Rolph (a.k.a. CheezyBricks). While most LEGO videos focus on minifigs in action-packed scenes, here we are going in the direction of something peaceful and serene…
Nice, isn’t it? Notice all the details that makes this video so great. The images in the newspaper, the sound of paint getting squished out of the tube, the strokes of the brush, the water changing color, the streaks of paint… all comes together as a truly artistic LEGO film. I also recommend checking out some of Jon’s other LEGO stop-motion videos because he has some very innovative ideas. You can find them at his YouTube channel.
So what do you think? How do you like this LEGO stop-motion film? And what was your favorite detail? How do you think these ideas could be taken even further? Feel free to share your thoughts and discuss in the comment section below. 😉
And you might also like to check out these other wonderful LEGO videos:
- Love in Black & White: A LEGO Mime Story
- An Intriguing LEGO Stop-Motion Film: Virus
- LEGO Stop-Motion Film: Bestia (The Beast)
- LEGO BrickFilm with Live Action!
- LEGO Music Video by Oblong Pictures
- Fun LEGO Video: Henri & Edmon’s Adventures
- LEGO Video: Legolas Gets Friendzoned…
- LEGO BrickFilms Behind-The-Scenes Tips & Tricks
- More LEGO BrickFilms Behind-The-Scenes