The new breakout-style logo was a combo of my buddy Liam's help and my own imagination. Thank you Liam! I'd plug your website but I don't know what it is. Anyway...many thanx. I thought it was more appropriate to credit you here than in every video I use the logo in.
Bought a new iMac off a friend. If the harddrive continues to work, this will mean I can render things like normal people! I needed this to run After FX and Final Cut Studio 2 since those are my main workhorse programs. But now, I can render 2wice as much Battle of the Brick footage as normal.!!
I have just finished principal photography for my Lego Starcraft film. While I continue to animate the Battle of the Brick film, I will start post-production on the Starcraft film and should have it up soon. Also, look forward to my first string of Lego Tutorial coming later this week.
Alex Kobbs is a professional animator and Lego brick enthusiast. A graduate of Fitchburg State Universities's well regarded film program, he began to specialize in stop motion animation in 2007. His Lego Wii short, released in 2007, gained more than 3 million views, and still climbing today. Kobbs' next major hit was the reveal of a Lego Zanzibar model (a scale model of a multiplayer map from the Halo 2 video game). The video became one of the most circulated videos amongst gamers, appearing on major game-news sites such as Kotaku.com and earning a spot on the Halo 3 Legendary Edition DVD. His first professional credit was an additional camera operator on the 2006 crossword puzzle documentary, Wordplay, which was an official Sundance Film Festival selection and nominated four times for best documentary in various events. In 2009 he was commissioned by Bidray.com to create a hand-drawn animated ad that advertised how easy it was to use the site.
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