Stop Motion Animation

Stop Motion Animation

by Timo van de Put

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My Brickfilms

Current work

Stuntman Bob
Stuntman Bob

I wrote a script for a "long" Brickfilm featuring a pirate, for which I am currently building the props and sets. It is my intention to focus some more on quality, and use these attempts to improve my lighting setup and Stop Motion Recorder software.

Earlier attempts

  • GTA Spongebob (August 2008) was the first brickfilm directed by Jayce.
  • Let Me Think About It (September 2007) was inspired by the hit song by Ida Corr.
  • The Castle (August 2007) started as an attempt to create a 10+ minutes Brickfilm, which caused me to write my own Storyboard software. After completing the software, my ambition was reduced to this 3:05 minutes Brickfilm with a plot.
  • Drunk Skeleton (April 2007) happened in a funny mood while recording scenes for The Castle.
  • Track and Fence (January 2007) was my first masking video using chromakey to remove the supports holding up the minifig.
  • Bob Speaks (January 2007) was the very first lipsync I generated with my Stop Motion Recorder.
  • Your Money Is Not Safe (November 2006) started as some animation tests, but somehow turned into a short Brickfilm by editing the shots to tell a (kind of) story.
  • Walkies (November 2006) was one of my early attempts at making a minifig walk.
  • TheTreasure (November 2006) continued on the lessons learned from my first chroma keying experiments.
  • Pirates (October 2006) was a test of the initial chroma keying algorithm in my own Stop Motion Recorder software. There was still a lot to learn.
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