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Paul Romein and Greg Radzimowsky have created an incredible stop action animation of their building of the Millenium Falcon in Lego. I suppose that if you go through the effort of making your own Millenium Falcon, you have to take it for a test drive, right?

Have you built your own starship? Have you flown one lately? How is your technique for stop motion animation? Contribute to the discussion in the comments, and add your photos and video to the Make Flickr pool.

6 thoughts on “Stop action Millenium Falcon build

    1. @Azzo
      Here is some more stop action action from the Make blog:

      From the pages of Make 02
      How to on Stop motion animation
      https://makezine.com/02/diy_stopmotion/

      Stop Motion paper art
      http://blog.makezine.com/archive/2007/03/stop_motion_paper_art.html

      Zeum Stop-Motion Animation event at Maker Faire
      https://makezine.com/pub/ev/104
      http://www.zeum.org/education/clayAnimation.html

      Sparebot music videos, nice loops
      http://blog.makezine.com/archive/2008/12/sparebot_music_videos.html

      Stop action light painting
      http://blog.makezine.com/archive/2008/06/how_to_stop_motion_light.html
      http://www.instructables.com/id/Animate-with-light/

      stop action phone bending
      http://blog.makezine.com/archive/2008/11/stopmotion_phone_bending.html

      Enjoy!
      Chris

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