Welcome to the BrickFlicks LEGO Stop Motion Spotlight. This page is dedicated to the LEGO stop motion creators who put in hundreds of hours into LEGO Stop Motion and never really get the exposure they deserve.
YouTube can be a fickle place and it’s possible to have a YouTube Channel that’s years old, and yet gets very few views. Such is the dominance of the YouTube channels with the large subscriber base that can command hundreds of thousands of views with a single click of the ‘Publish’ button.
So the aim of this BrickFlicks LEGO Stop Motion Spotlight is to recognise the struggling Stop Motion artists and to give them another voice.
We all want to be rich and famous, don’t we?
Well at the very least we want our work to be seen by the people that matter. The LEGO Stop Motion Fans.
How to get Featured on the BrickFlicks LEGO Stop Motion Spotlight
Well, it’s simple. To be seen and produce awesome LEGO Stop Motion Videos.
OK, maybe that’s a little too simple so let me break it down even further.
As I’m an active LEGO Stop Motion creator I don’t have time to search for all the great content out there, all though I try my hardest to do so. Therefore, it’s best you make me aware of your YouTube channel and videos before I do.
How can you do this?
Firstly, stop by my Youtube Channel and say ‘Hi’. I regularly check out your channels even though most don’t ask me to do this. Adding constructive comments is definitely a way to get my attention and flags that you know what you’re talking about.
Secondly, I regularly go through my SUBS to see what they are up too. I know there are plenty of lurkers out there that aren’t confident to draw attention to themselves so just subscribing is another way you can be seen by me.
Finally, a combination of commenting and subscribing is the best way to keep getting my attention.
And as I’ll only put the spotlight on ‘One’ new creator per week, there are certainly limited places to go around.
Oh, and of course you’ll need some great LEGO Stop Motion Videos to show off. But I guess you knew this already.
And don’t worry if you only have a few SUBS because this isn’t a popularity contest, it’s more about your LEGO Stop Motion than about how popular it is.
Plus, Plus, Plus – I’m also featuring the selected LEGO Stop Motion Animator on my YouTube Channel
How not to get Featured on the BrickFlicks Stop Motion Spotlight
Having a Channel with over 10,000 SUBS – This will not get you featured as over 10,000 SUBS is considered to have made it on YouTube. You probably don’t need any more help but rather just need to keep making awesome stop motion videos.
Bugging me to be in the Spotlight – Pestering me to be in the spotlight will not get you a gig. Rather spend your free time building something awesome to get featured. If you need ideas, just ask in the comments and someone will surely give you that spark to create magic.
Writing hateful comments – LEGO is and will always be family friendly, so if I read hateful messages written by you, I’m unlikely to consider you for a Spotlight, no matter how good your videos are.
Help me to get you Noticed
Now I’m a professional blogger and know how to drive traffic to web pages, but sometimes that isn’t enough.
I’ll need your help to make this work, so if you are selected for a spotlight, I’d appreciate a link back to this page. This link will show the Google Search Engine that this page is important enough to be shared with other people.
Example Link Back:
This video was featured on the BrickFlicks Stop Motion Spotlight – http://brickflicks.tv/brickflicks-lego-stop-motion-spotlight/
It’s that simple and a link back will help a lot. In return, you’ll be featured on the main page of BrickFlicks.TV for the entire week. This is awesome because visitors to this site will see what you have to offer.
BrickFlicks LEGO Stop Motion Spotlight Awards
What? No one told me they’d be an award.
Well, depending on the popularity of this idea, I might find a prize for the most popular video over the next 52 weeks. Details to be confirmed as the year progresses.
Now onto the reason why you are all here. The videos duh!
Featured LEGO Stop Motion Videos
We’ve all been there. Having dreams of creating an awesome LEGO building and then building something that’s not quite as impressive as we first thought.
Sure they can all laugh but we know it’s perfect in our own minds.
This LEGO Stop Motion is surely a sign of great things to come! Never stop slowing your world down.
The great thing about stop motion is it’s accessible to anyone with a camera and something to film. Darth Owen does a great job with his iPad Mini and some LEGO Minecraft figures.
We all start somewhere and you’ll be surprised on how impressive a few photos can look when played back in real time.
Darth Owen has other stop motion videos too, so I encourage you to take a look at his channel.
Flat Brick Studios has been punching above their weight for some time and this recent LEGO Stop Motion video really caught my eye. It’s action packed and uses many different animation techniques to give the video a sense of realism.
At the time of publishing, Flat Brick Studios was on nearly 2500 SUBS but I suspect this number will be much higher before the year is out.
Congrats Flat Brick Studios! You’re on the list 😀
Wow! A simply stunning LEGO Stop Motion using one of LEGO Star Wars most prized characters, Boba Fett.
Stunning visual effects makes this 2 minute LEGO Star Wars Stop Motion pop, and the story line and humour make for great viewing. And let me be the first to say I picked this when it was only around 2k views, as I’m sure this one is on the way to 1 million.
Congrats FlapJack Films and you’re surely about to turn the corner on your subscribers count. Next stop 1,000 SUBS.
Stop Motion videos like this are exactly why I created the Stop Motion Spotlight. To ensure upcoming Stop Motion artists get the recognition they deserve. Please support the Stop Motion Animators.
Hold on to your seat, because this LEGO Minecraft Stop Motion video will surely have you bouncing around in laughter. Sometimes it’s the subtle humor that works best and Gold Flame Pictures obviously has mastered the comic timing element of LEGO Stop Motion.
I’m sure there are plenty of other ways to die in a cave, but these are some of the funnier ones.
Great Work, Gold Flame Pictures, and don’t forget to check out some of the other funny Minecraft videos on this channel.
Minecraft Hypixel Skywars is one of the hottest Minecraft Servers to be playing on right now, but when you’re not playing Skywars you can always just watch this awesome LEGO Minecraft Stop Motion instead.
This video was created by PillsburyJoeBoy and is fun to watch. Who will win and take it ALL?
I really like the set design in this video, although the second Hypixel Skywars video has much better action sequences. So why not watch them both.
PillsburyJoeBoy deserves more subscribers, so don’t forget to subscribe while you’re there. 😛
Talk about leaving the best ’till last. The CooGamerBro’s Studio Films, LEGO Minecraft Survival Series just finished with an EPIC episode. The opening scene (1 minute) was an example of simply using camera angles and panning to create tension in a movie even before a single minifig was moved. Great Job!
With a complete LEGO Minecraft Movie to be released shortly, and Season 2 already planned you can expect big things from this studio in the near future. The pace for LEGO Minecraft Movies is certainly picking up and now we have some strong contenders to challenge the almighty ‘Titan Pictures’.
But can you believe this studio has only 120 subscribers? It hardly seems fair considering all the effort that goes into making EPIC LEGO Stop Motion videos like this. So I encourage you all to Subscribe to this channel and then sit back and enjoy the show.
On the back of the early Rogue One Star Wars movie trailers comes this LEGO Trailer made by the team at HeroBibble Stop Motion. Just the opening scene is enough to win a nomination for the LEGO Stop Motion Spotlight, and the rest of the trailer isn’t too shabby either.
This LEGO Stop Motion has plenty of action and green screen tech to make the Star Wars fleet come to life and we even get a glimpse of the infamous LEGO Death star rolling through the Galaxy. Hehe!
Nice work HeroBibble and we look forward to more exciting LEGO Stop Motion for years to come.
This was a great use of the LEGO Minecraft Minifigures and MOBS including the LEGO Minecraft Micromobs, hehe!
It just goes to show you don’t need expensive sets to make a decent LEGO Stop Motion movie but rather just a brilliant idea and some awesome lighting and sound.
At the time of this nomination Woodrow Village Films was just under the 10K SUB cap, so they’re approaching an awesome milestone.
Of course, this is just one example of their fine craftsmanship so check out their channel for more Awesome LEGO Stop Motion Videos.
It’s amazing how some great LEGO Stop Motion Videos take time to surface on YouTube.
This one from BlueMotion07 has been around since 2013 and only just came across my desk, and I’m so glad it did.
Secret Agent, could easily be a trailer for the next James Bond movie and also has a touch of Mission Impossible mixed in. The visual and sound effects were spot on and the voice acting was great too.
The movie sets were simple but that’s all this movie needed, clean sharp lines. This enabled the LEGO character to be the main focus of attention, and when mixed with great dialogue it makes compelling viewing. Don’t forget to check out some of BlueMotion07’s other stop motion videos as I’m sure you won’t be disappointed and while your there, and don’t forget to subscribe to them to help there channel grow
Who said Santa isn’t real?
I asked Santa for some EPIC LEGO Stop Motion Videos for Christmas and it looks like he delivered 😀
I especially like this one from legofilms99 because I can tell a lot of work has gone into this Stop Motion. The attention to detail and story line are on point and the post production work must have taken many hours of work.
Even the subtle plastic bag cuttings to create realistic snow was very clever and would have taken ages to make. Thank-you legofilms99 for taking the time to make something great.
Stop Motion Animators like legofilms99 deserve many more SUBS so get behind them and show them your appreciation. Subscribing to a channel is free and makes a much bigger difference than you might think. And check out their YouTube channel for more EPIC LEGO Stop Motions 😀