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Although the faces were a bit dodgy at times...
Seriously, it was like one of them trippy dreams where you wake up thinking "WHAT THE HELL WAS THAT I LOVED EVERY SECOND"
Last edited by Brickyman (May 24, 2011 (12:46pm))
The facial animation was amazing. Now one of my favorite brickfilms!
WHAT THE EFF DID I JUST WATCH...? I loved it. absolutely amazing, although the faces were a bit weird at times, it was totally worth the wait.
This has got to be one of the best LEGO animations I've ever watched.
I liked and added it to my favorites list immediately after watching it, and usually, I spend some time thinking weather or not I should favorite or not, and I rarely favorite videos.
This was brilliant. A hilarious random story topped off with excellent lighting, nice sets, and amazing smooth, cartoony animation. And facial animation! a lovely rare treat.
This is probably going to be one of those Brickfilms I just watch and watch, again and again.
And I'll probably do that right now.
Thank you for what shall probably be hours of entertainment for me. xD
Although I don't share your pancake obsession, I have to admit, that this was some great
peace piece of brickfilm. The small details, like the waves or the fart rainbow made out of lego, were great. Fast, with some nice twists and cute camera angles. I loved the super deformed squence
http://imageshack.us/m/90/4217/superdeformed.jpg and I'll probably steal the idea.
So the minifigs took some LSD on the ship, right? That might explain their huge eyes in the beginning as well.
Last edited by A. (May 25, 2011 (06:43am))
I second what Binding Bricks said. It was way too random, but that was good at times. Like
I think you need to take some more hallucinogens next time you watch it.
Thanks for all your great comments everyone! I know the random humour isn't for everyone, but I'm glad the majority of you enjoyed it. I do need to work on the facial animation a bit, but you know what they say, practice makes slightly better than the previous attempt.
Loved it. Awards repeat viewings, too.
I dunno how you were able to script my fantasies and put it to brick film but I commend you.
Excellent camera movement and facial animation. When it comes to wings, pancakes beat Red Bull any day!
I would give it 4/5 stars. Great facial animation, everything seemed smooth. Could get a little random at times but other than that, AWESOME!:)
The primary problem with this film is that it was not "Viva la Vida." However, besides that and the randomness, this film gave us a few laughs and is definitely worth more than one watch (primarily because the first time you watch it you have no idea what you just saw ). Congrats on making a film (almost) more random than any of JK's.
Last edited by BuilderBrothers (May 24, 2011 (10:34pm))
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