Hey there, 2014 is just around the corner, so we thought we’d take a quick canter through the most popular posts of 2013.
The top three most popular posts were:
3. Pub Dog
1. Thriller In Lego
Not the most popular, but here are a couple of our personal favourites:
If you had a favourite that wasn’t included let us know in the comments below.
Here’s to a great 2014!
I know it’s our yule-week, but to not share this brick animation of Michael Jackson dancing, well, it would just be criminal. Each lego piece was lovely animated by Annette Jung of Talking Animals. Ow!
Talking Animals, an animation studio from Berlin, have taken the Brick Movie to new heights with their LEGO version of Michael Jackson’s Thriller video.
Continuing our LEGO Movie theme, we’ve taken a look at Brick Film parodies of famous Movies. There’s some awesome work out there, but this one of the Matrix really caught our eye. Unfortunately, we can’t tell you what LEGO Matrix is, you have to see it for yourself!
Lego Animators Assemble!
We don’t know about you, but at Cartoonfood.tv we’re loving what we’ve seen of the new LEGO movie. Animated largely with real LEGO bricks in stop-motion, albeit enhanced, we suspect, with a large dollop of CGI animation, it’s a screwball adventure featuring all the best loved LEGO toys from 1980’s something spaceman to batman.
It is like a mega-mega-mega-MEGA-budget version of the LEGO fan created movies that have exploded all over youtube. So today, we salute those fans and we celebrate their crazy ambition. Heck, these aspiring auteurs might not have the budget of the LEGO Movie, but that won’t stop them from making their LEGO movies. Their cast maybe small, but there is no limit to their imagination!
…Too much build up for the humble LEGO fan film?
Ladies, gentlemen, master builders, we give you the Spartan War, in LEGO: