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.
- 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.