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    Posted: 11/27/2020 at 12:39pm
MA Long VS FAN Zhendong at the Dishang 2020 ITTF Men's World Cup Final, but as a Lego Animation! Feel free to share it if you liked it. Enjoy! ;) https://youtu.be/c-DuZdo7hh4
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Is it real game played by two lego characters? 
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Originally posted by pliuya pliuya wrote:

Is it real game played by two lego characters? 
Yes, the Dishang 2020 ITTF Men's World Cup Final. The points happened exactly in this lego version like in the original game.
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That's super cool. How long did it take for you to make it?
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Originally posted by Simas Simas wrote:

That's super cool. How long did it take for you to make it?
Thank you! I made it in 4 intense days! 
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Super cool! I'm a LEGO fan. Great idea!
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Thank you!
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Originally posted by BrickHario BrickHario wrote:

Originally posted by Simas Simas wrote:

That's super cool. How long did it take for you to make it?
Thank you! I made it in 4 intense days! 

Yes, it looks like a lot of work. I am a little bit interested in such stop motion animations. How did you pull it with the ball. It doesn't look as if was attached to a wire on some stand..


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Originally posted by Simas Simas wrote:

Originally posted by BrickHario BrickHario wrote:

Originally posted by Simas Simas wrote:

That's super cool. How long did it take for you to make it?
Thank you! I made it in 4 intense days! 

Yes, it looks like a lot of work. I am a little bit interested in such stop motion animations. How did you pull it with the ball. It doesn't look as if was attached to a wire on some stand..
For shots where the ball wasn't flying I used a ball made out of clay. The ball in action was made on the computer and I had to guess how to animate the characters, so it'll look right later.
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Originally posted by BrickHario BrickHario wrote:

Originally posted by Simas Simas wrote:

Originally posted by BrickHario BrickHario wrote:

Originally posted by Simas Simas wrote:

That's super cool. How long did it take for you to make it?
Thank you! I made it in 4 intense days! 

Yes, it looks like a lot of work. I am a little bit interested in such stop motion animations. How did you pull it with the ball. It doesn't look as if was attached to a wire on some stand..
For shots where the ball wasn't flying I used a ball made out of clay. The ball in action was made on the computer and I had to guess how to animate the characters, so it'll look right later.

Sounds interesting. So you added the ball not to every still picture with photoshop before adding the pictures to video editing software, but you first added all the pictures to video editing software and after that with the help of it (or some other software?) added the ball in the end?
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Originally posted by Simas Simas wrote:

Originally posted by BrickHario BrickHario wrote:

Originally posted by Simas Simas wrote:

Originally posted by BrickHario BrickHario wrote:

Originally posted by Simas Simas wrote:

That's super cool. How long did it take for you to make it?
Thank you! I made it in 4 intense days! 

Yes, it looks like a lot of work. I am a little bit interested in such stop motion animations. How did you pull it with the ball. It doesn't look as if was attached to a wire on some stand..
For shots where the ball wasn't flying I used a ball made out of clay. The ball in action was made on the computer and I had to guess how to animate the characters, so it'll look right later.

Sounds interesting. So you added the ball not to every still picture with photoshop before adding the pictures to video editing software, but you first added all the pictures to video editing software and after that with the help of it (or some other software?) added the ball in the end?
Yes, on the Raw footage the players were playing with "invisible balls" and then with a software I animated the ball digitally. 
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