The BrotherhoodWorkshop recently released a number of excellently animated LEGO Jurassic World videos that I though to share with you today. They are fun and entertaining – perfect for the weekend. Kevin will also take us behind-the-scenes to show some of his tips and tricks on how the videos were made. So grab your popcorn and enjoy! 🙂
The first video is a mini-movie titled “A Day in the Life at LEGO Jurassic World”, and it was commissioned by the LEGO Group to promote the new LEGO Jurassic World sets. They provided Kevin the script and the story-boards so he had a clear idea what LEGO was looking for, while also leaving him room for creativity. In the second video Kevin shares how he made some of the most difficult shots in the film. This can be especially valuable for animators who want to learn the art of brickfilming. The third and fourth videos are titled “LEGO Jurassic World: Little Arms, Big Feet” and “LEGO Jurassic World: The Raptors Strike” – both are short and funny. You can watch all four videos in the player below.
Funny, aren’t they? I have found the behind-the-scenes footage particularly interesting. And those dinos definitely look good together in action scenes! If you don’t have them already, you can find reviews on all of the new sets here: LEGO Jurassic World sets Reviews & Details, and you can get them under the LEGO Jurassic World section of the Online LEGO Shop.
So what do you think? How did you like these LEGO stop-motion videos? And what you do think of the tutorial? Did you find it helpful? Do you do LEGO animation yourself? Feel free to share your thoughts and own experiences in the comment section below! 😉
Also, if you would like to learn more about LEGO stop-motion, I highly recommend checking out the other videos from the BrotherhoodWorkshop listed below, or you can also visit their YouTube Channel directly for more.
- LEGO Stop-Motion Video: Even the Orcs Know… – (film & tutorial)
- LEGO “Crazy Life” Music Video by Home Free – (film & tutorial)
- LEGO Star Wars: R2-D2 Unrestrained – (film & tutorial)
- LEGO Stop-Motion Video: No One Understands… – (film & tutorial)
- LEGO Guardians of the Galaxy Funny Video – (film & tutorial)
- LEGO The Hobbit – More Funny Videos – (film & tutorial)
- LEGO The Hobbit in 72 Seconds – Video – (film & tutorial)
- LEGO Batman is Jelly – Funny Video
- LEGO Harry Potter: Umbridge’s First Date – (film & tutorial)
- LEGO Guardians of the Galaxy – Fun Video – (film & tutorial)
- LEGO Harry Potter: How to Kill a Dementor – (film & tutorial)
- LEGO Lord of the Rings: Walk Into Mordor – (film & tutorial)
- LEGO The Hobbit: The Aggravation of Smaug – (film & tutorial)
- How The LEGO Movie Should Have Ended…
- LEGO The Hobbit – Dwarven Dreams…
- LEGO Video: Non-Stop Movie Trailer – (film & tutorial)
- LEGO The Hobbit Middle-Earth Motors
- LEGO Video: Legolas Gets Friendzoned…
- LEGO The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug
- LEGO Lord of the Rings Cavetroll vs. Goblin King
- LEGO Lord of the Rings: An Elvish Valentine
- Legless LEGO Legolas – Funny LEGO Video
- LEGO Christmas the Orcs Way…
- LEGO Lord of the Rings Epic Battle Video
- LEGO Lord of the Rings – The Orcs Story
- LEGO Lord of the Rings – Cranky Cave Troll
- A LEGO Halloween Prank by the Hobbits…
- LEGO Video: Veldemort Goes Wand Shopping
- LEGO Video Tutorial: How to Make Things Fly – (tutorial)
- LEGO Brickfilms Behind-the-Scenes Tips & Tricks – (tutorial)
- More LEGO Brickfilms Behind-the-Scenes – (tutorial)
Great fun as always! And I appreciate the tutorials. So much work and patience goes into these videos!
Yes, you can really appreciate the videos more by seeing what goes on behind-the-scenes to create them. 🙂
I saw these a wile ago and I thought they were very good. Also off topic but did you know that the instructions to the VIP exclusive Bat-Pod was out?
I saw, that but I really don’t like that vehicle, so have been kind of ignoring it. 🙄
Lol (or the new “hip” one is haha) its not the best but it’s still LEGO news and if people are going to buy it for like $3000 when they can get it for around $40 . Also i’m waiting for it to be approved on Rebrickable so I can get the Bricklink like for all the parts, for an instant buy page.
That’s a good idea about the parts being available as a package.
Also did you know that the gate to Jurassic Park is on LEGO Ideas
Yeah, it is mentioned in one of the videos. I didn’t add it to the article as I wanted to keep the article focused, but yes, it is on LEGO Ideas. 🙂
The brotherhood workshop videos are so funny! 🙂