For my rich media class, we were given an assignment to create a video with our own preference of style. As part of this assignment, we are to post our incremental progress on this blog. I’ve chosen to do a stop motion picture video involving a game and Lego pieces. Using Lego pieces, I’ll be building a familiar game scene from the game “Zelda”. I’ve never really done a motion stop picture video before so I have no idea how hard or long this project will take but it has taken me a few tries to realize that the scope of my project’s plot was a little too much for me to handle. I had to cut down the plot significantly (or else it would possibly extend the video to about 10 minutes long) and rewrote the script to a more specific scene of the game.
This assignment is essentially a mix of what I love (games and Lego) with a skill that I wish to learn (taking nice quality pictures and combining them all to form a fun stop motion video). In addition to the video, I’ll be attempting to sync it with a background music (from the game Zelda) to help increase the video’s entertainment with a voice recording of myself over the characters.
At this point of time, I’ve only gathered the required materials to build a few pieces of the scene but I still require a bit more (since I’ve changed the plot significantly.
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