I was making a lego video and i wanted to make a countdown like in old movies, so i decided to make one using lego so here is how you to can do it using stop-motion animation.

Step 1: Making the Number Three

Here's how to get started:
  1. Assemble the wall using white blocks and make the number using red blocks. Notice that the red blocks are embedded in the wall.
  2. Please follow the pictures to see exactly how I completed each frame.
  3. There were 22 frames in total. You could use more or less. 22 frames works out to roughly 1 second depending on the frame rate that you choose.
<p>Super idea, just dont have the bricks :S</p>
COOOOOOOOOOOOOOL! I will do that for my lego stop motion!
Oohw, nice idea. I might have to use this and make a black and white film. :D
That's a need effect
thank you <br>
Great job, thanks for letting me use it in my animation's intro.
you are welcome

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