We haven’t posted anything from the BrotherhoodWorkshop for quite some time, so I thought to feature their latest video, retelling the story of Star Wars: The Last Jedi in just over two minutes. The BrotherhoodWorskhop is known for their high quality LEGO animations, in fact, many of the videos you find on LEGO’s own website and social media channels were done by them. I also really like that they share tutorials on how the various effects are achieved in their brickfilms. So, let’s take a look at The Last Jedi in LEGO, with the addition of lots of LEGO cuteness and fun. 🙂
The Star Wars: The Last Jedi brickfilm was commissioned by the HISHE (How It Should Have Ended) YouTube channel, with close to half a million views already. It uses many of the techniques discussed in previous videos, as well as some new ones. If you are a brickfilmer yourself, or you would like to learn LEGO animation, there are lots of tips and tricks you can pick up from this video.
The BrotherhoodWorkshop did not post a behind-the-scenes video just yet, but I’m fairly certain it will be available soon. It’s really interesting to discover how the different techniques were done. Keep on eye on the BrotherhoodWorkshop’s own YouTube channel for any updates. It is also interesting to compare the storytelling and techniques of the BrotherhoodWorkshop animation and the LEGO Star Wars: The Last Jedi in 2 Minutes video we discussed a few months ago. You can watch it here: The Last Jedi DVD Release & Fun LEGO Video
Star Wars: The Last Jedi has been a somewhat controversial movie, but the LEGO sets related to the film are pretty solid. If you want to check them out, along with the Solo: A Star Wars Story, and other LEGO Star Wars sets, you can find links to reviews at the end of this post, and the sets are available at the LEGO Star Wars section of the Online LEGO Shop.
What do you think? How do you like this LEGO Star Wars animation? Do you make any brickfilms yourself? Did you notice any interesting techniques? Feel free to share and discuss in the comment section below! 😉
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