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Question for everyone. Who's your favorite brickfilmer who's NOT a Bricks In Motion member?
Mine is Michael Hickox! He's the reason I started stop motion!
It's crazy to see how all the French media are sharing this brickfilm just because it's about a very famous French singer of the 80's and the 90's. If you type « Lego Goldman » in Google research, you can find at least 30 different websites on which there is an article about it! (and we're talking about very big French media!)
Well deserved success, Maxime!
As your brickfilm is just perfect in all aspects, we wouldn't be able to give you any advice about it, but we have a suggestion about your BiM signature: maybe it's time to change it?
Last edited by France & Alex (October 19, 2019 (11:49pm))
The plot is delightful and fun; a simple problem, several failed solutions, and a final triumphant end!
The rapidly changing lighting was a bit disorientating and hard on the eyes, but even then, the lighting was executed very, very well.
The animation, not only on the instrument players, but also the crowd, was top-notch. My favorite detail was the soundboard and the moving fader at 0:15. I love it!
Congratulations on the media attention!
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