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One of the best Simpsons House Build video

Hi, I tried to make the best Simpsons House Build Video. Two weeks of work and more than 2000 photos. Special morphing effect for bricks. Here it is. Please share your thoughts whether you liked it or not. Thanks.
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  • graphitegraphite USMember Posts: 3,271
    Lighting and positioning is really well done. The morphing effect is pretty neat. My only con with it is that the progression through it is kinda slow for my tastes. Got a little bored watching the pieces form. ~2x the speed probably would have been better.
  • alexsplanetalexsplanet Member Posts: 48
    graphite said:

    Lighting and positioning is really well done. The morphing effect is pretty neat. My only con with it is that the progression through it is kinda slow for my tastes. Got a little bored watching the pieces form. ~2x the speed probably would have been better.

    Thanks for your inputs. I will keep in mind your advices in the next videos.
  • CCCCCC UKMember Posts: 20,309
    I agree about the speed, it's way too slow. I made it to about 40 secs.

    Also, some parts are built then immediately removed. I'd prefer to see the build parts speeded up, then the reveal of the completely assembly left for a second so you can see it when completed.
  • joel4motionjoel4motion United KingdomMember Posts: 959
    A little too long but I did enjoy the doors/drawers and cupboards slowly shutting...
  • theLEGOmantheLEGOman UKMember Posts: 1,525
    The effect is interesting but it is a little slow moving as others have mentioned.

    Perhaps try uploading it again at a higher speed so people can check out both types and give feedback again.
  • alexsplanetalexsplanet Member Posts: 48
    Thanks friends. Will keep all your suggestions in mind.

  • jediami65jediami65 United StatesMember Posts: 474
    Very cool, what did you use for a camera?
  • bobabricksbobabricks Vancouver, BC, CanadaMember Posts: 1,842
    @alexsplanet I checked out your channel and I love the reverse video. I also learned how to separate a yoke. :P
  • legomattlegomatt Member Posts: 2,548
    edited July 2014
    Welcome to the forum, that's a great video, though i also agree with earlier comments, that the progress is a little bit slow. I too ended up clicking further along to move it on a bit, and I also found the use of 'Review' in the title to be a bit misleading, which proved partially responsible for prompting me to click ahead as I was expecting the animation to end sooner, in order for the review part (whether text-on-image or spoken) to begin. Had i known to expect 100% animation, I would've been more patient with the pacing, and just sat back to 'enjoy the ride' more.

    As it's an animated-build only (executed quite expertly), I would rename it in order to differentiate these animated-build vids from actual set review vids you might choose to do later.
  • alexsplanetalexsplanet Member Posts: 48
    Thanks everybody for your inputs.
    jediami65 said:

    Very cool, what did you use for a camera?

    I use Nikon D5100.

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