So if you are a regular here and stop by and watch some of the films on Movie Monday you will be familiar of today’s film.
I have been getting regular tweets form Paul Sayer the man behind Small Bear Films. Paul is the man behind the numerous Lego Batman adventures that I bring to you. Once again Paul has a new adventure in his Batman saga and I am happy to bring it to you.
Well once again I bring a Lego adventure from Small Bear Films. This is the 4th DC Lego film from Small Bear and I have been happy to bring you all of them. So take some time and have a watch. Paul Sayer is the one man production team behind this Lego shorts.
Source: Small Bear Films
So how is it going? Once again I bring you a Small Bear Film, Lego DC Justice League of America VS The Injustice League. This is another one of a line of short Lego films from Paul Sayer. You can check out some his earlier work here. Paul does this by himself just using the equipment he has handy and does a fine job.
So take a few minutes and enjoy.
Welcome back. So I have the next installment of Lego Arrow done by Small Bear Films. The creator of these short films ask me if I would like to post another one of his films and of course I said yes. This time though I ask if he would be interested in doing a short interview to go along with the posting of his latest short, Lego Arrow Vs The Dark Archer. So take a few minutes to read the interview and then enjoy his latest short.
Hi So Paul tell me a little about yourself.
hi sorry it took so long to reply my internet didn’t work. a little about me I like making things and I also like superheros.
How old are you? What gave you the idea to do the Arrow short? Are these your first attempt at doing stop motion films?
I’m 20 these are my first attempts at doing stop motion I found some old Lego and decided to start collecting superhero Lego again but I wanted to do something with the Lego other than just display it so I customized a few figures and started making Lego arrow films.
What kind of equipment you using?
Just my hands and fine tip ink pens hand drawn on plain sticker sheets or paper for the custom figures and for the editing I just use windows movie maker I cant afford anything better.
So what gave you the idea to do your film. Something you just wanted to try? Always wanted to stop motion?
I like being creative I like to be a writer or director I watched Wallace and Gromit hence stop motion idea or Id like to write my own book.
How long did each short take you to do? Record, edit, music, subtitles?
Okay then I will let you go. Thank you for doing this interview.
Feel free to tweet me again in the future.
I hoped you enjoyed that interview with Paul. So take a few minutes and watch his short.