The official trailer for Star Wars: The Force Awakens came out yesterday and it didn’t take long for people to make stop-motion videos out of LEGO for it. There is actually two videos that have been made so far. The first one is from FinalFeature who took them 22 hours of work to create their stop-motion. It took them 3 hours to build the landscapes and vehicles, 4 hours to shoot 1500 frames at 30fps, and 15 hours of post production. The final product is pretty awesome and smooth at the same time. Check it out below.
The other LEGO stop-motion for Star Wars: The Force Awakens is from Snooperking. Although it isn’t as flashy as the previous video, it’s still good consider all you have to do to do a stop-motion video.
Update: ZachFB Studios has also a video.
If you’ve been living under a rock and didn’t know that the trailer for Episode VII of in the Star Wars saga, has been released or you want to see the trailer again, check it out below.
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