Mikey from Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles skateboards his way through this high flying adventure. This Barati Productions stop-motion animation was commissioned for by LEGO.
Before there was THE LEGO MOVIE there was LEGO, Let’s Go Music Video. Done by Garrett Barati, an incredible brickfilmer, this animation was commissioned by LEGO in 2009.
On its new YouTube channel, Barati Productions will release 8 videos in 8 days. Stay tune (or subscibe) to watch them all.
A feature length documentary about the diverse world of people who make stop motion animated films using LEGO® toys. Please, help them reach their goal on Kickstarter.
It’s not every day that your son can be in a Ninjago official video! Yes, that’s true. Check at 1:06, it’s Alexandre, my 6 years old son. You may even catch my shadow in the background.
Brotherhood Workshop did it again!
At BrickFête Toronto this year (2014), my friend Marc-André Bazergui (yep, same first name) was there to show his awesome EV3 robots. You can see his R2-D2, his QUIZ-E (like Wall-E, but in white and it ask questions and give gift) and more. It was a lot of fun. Check out BazMarc.ca for more awesome EV3 goodness
MonsieurCaron spend all summer working on (not so) secret project in his LEGO room and it’s now time to release it. Enjoy… and share
Behind the scene, to see how it’s done.
Here’s one awesome brickfilm made with officials LEGO sets of the GotG. Watch it first, then watch other version.
There’s a lot of work into each brickfilm and that command respect. Every brickfilmers have differents skills and resources. Have a look at what other brickfilmer have done with the same preview.
And here’s a another just for fun