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I finally got my THACumenatary done. My THAC was one of the hardest things i've ever done in my entire life. The THACumentary explains it really well. If you don't know what THAC is you can learn more about it by clicking here.
I do wish my participation in this film would have been of higher quality. My christmas film; The Awesome Weight Loss Program suffered from quite a bit of intense light flicker. Oh well, the end result turned out amazing! Check it out!
I made this video for the Brick a Brack: "Decorate The Christmas Tree Challange." The challenge was simply to animate a minifigure decorate a Christmas tree. I got a little ambitious and made a nine-minute Christmas Comedy. The storyline on this one is a little corny. But I'm glad about the way it turned out. A very special thank you to MBstudio, who did voice acting in a language that was foreign to him Merry Christmas and God Bless everyone!
This video won third place in a challenge. Third place isn't that bad, but there were only three entries. Oh well, at least I have a decently well scripted Christmas video that everyone can enjoy. Hope you had an awesome Christmas. Hope to get another video up soon.
Comments And Such:
Hola fellow human beings! If you didn't see this trailer, I pity you. So, how excited are you about this movie?
Hello, fellow human beings! I just wanted to show you these two pics from the video i'm working on called "The Great Christmas Conundrum". As you have guessed, this is a Christmas special. I had originally planned to not do a Christmas special, but my mind was changed when the Brick a Brack "Decorate The Christmas Tree" contest was released. I hope to upgrade my animation a little, and get rid of my light flicker. I'll try to get this video in before Christmas Adam (Or the day before Christmas Eve). Merry Christmas to all!
-HUD (Yummy Burrito Studios)
Hello fellow human beings! Yummy Burrito Studios Here! I just wanted to announce that the season of christmas is upon us. I'm really busy as usual. I've decided to take a break from "Darth Vader Joins The Unstable Side (feat. Gold Brick Productions & Brick Block Animations)" and focus on the christmas season. If you don't know, December 17 2017 is the scheduled release date for "A Brickfilm Christmas" I'm sooooooooo excited for this. Not only because I have been apart of it, but I also want to see what everyone else is doing. So, it's something some folks at Bricksinmotion.com have been working on since September. We were supposed to turn our videos in before October 31 2017. I forgot. But I was fortunate to turn mine in this past week. I hope to see this half an hour long Christmas special on December 17 2017.
Then, the other thing that has been keeping me busy these past few weeks, is Brick a Brack's "Decorate The Christmas Tree" contest. Speaking of which, I only have 19 more days to finish it. I'd better hurry. Christmas seems to come so fast every year!
Merry (Almost) Christmas Everyone!
-Yummy Burrito Studios
PRODUCTION Log: Darth Vader Joins The Unstable Side (feat. Gold Brick Productions & Brick Block Animations
Hello Everybody! Hudson Ludy (a.k.a Yummy Burrito Studios) here! I'm working on a new brickfilm called "Darth Vader Joins The Unstable" It's pretty self-explanatory. Point being, I would like to share the production log with all you guys! So yea the cast includes (In order of main rolls):
Hudson Ludy (myself) as Darth Vader
Chris Major (a.k.a Gold Brick Productions) as The Imperial Guard: Steve
Brick Block Animations as The Coffee Dude
Film Trooper as Stormtrooper 1 & 2
Lego Joseph Studios as Imperial Guard 2 & 3
Siri as All computers
???? as Batman (If you're interested in playing this role, email me.)
So, yea, it's coming along pretty well. If you've seen my older videos than you know that I'm not the best LEGO animator. But in this video, I plan to step in up one or two notches. I plan to have no light flicker (easier said than done), and have animated mouths on Steve and The Barista. I've been watching a few tutorials, and I read the book "Brick Flicks" which has helped me tremendously in my brickfilming.
This is my first themed video. I got really inspired from another video I saw. I got a set with Darth Vader, and Emperor Palpatine in it, so I scripted and storyboarded this video.
I just want to thank these awesome people and things that helped tremendously in this process:
BrickBros Productions: Set design inspiration from their video "Star Wars: Darth Vader's Christmas Special (http://www.bricksinmotion.com/films/view/8008)
FancyPants: Tutorials and he's just awesome in general
BIM Community: A ton of stuff
Brick Flicks: Extremely helpful tips on how to make my brickfilms better.
The Plastic Fist (theplasticfist.wordpress.com): For...Somthing i'm sure.
My Family: A ton, TON of stuff.
Everyone else who I might have forgotten (sorry in advance)
Thanks a ton!
-Yummy Burrito Studios http://www.bricksinmotion.com/forums/user/138604/
This video is scheduled to release in December-January
Rating: PG - Thematic Elements
Target Audience: 12 years and older
Released: November 13 2017
Primary Genres: Documentary, Drama
Directed By: Ralph Strean
Starring: Ray Comfort, Dr. Voddie Baucham, Jr., Dr. John Baumgardner, Dr. Andrew Fabich, Dr. Danny Faulkner, Ken Ham
Genesis: Paradise Lost is one of the best Christian documentaries I've ever seen.
The only other film that I thought a complete 3D world was real was in 2015, when Disney released their remake of The Jungle Book. Genesis has the same breathtaking animation, the world is actually believable. The story of how the world began has never been told so amazingly outside of the bible.
This film had groundbreaking evidence of creation. After watching this you will KNOW that God created the world.
This first film in the series walks through the very first day of creation to the fall, slotting in evidence in the gaps. This film was done really creatively. The interviews flow smoothly and make sense.
The only downsides (which are few) is that if you're not the documentary sort of guy, you may not enjoy this film quite that much, some of my siblings were squirming in the theatre. But it is well worth the watch. The only reason why families wouldn't want to watch it is, Adam and Eve, don't always have many clothes on. Everything is creatively covered or the camera is zoomed too far out to see anything. Also, some of the animal animation is a little unrealistic, only the birds and the kangaroos really.
So yea, this film is absolutely amazing (I think every movie is amazing). I do recommend to watch this film, especially if you spectacle on who or what created the world. Yes, this is an amazing film. Looking forward to part two!
My newest film, The Story Of Joseph In Four Minutes, is now online, and available for free download! Be sure to check it out!