If you've been on Bricks in Motion for any length of time, you may have noticed that we're all about making brickfilms. That is, making stop-motion animated movies using the beloved LEGO brick. Because of this, we college LEGO parts from sets to use as the medium of our animations.
But can a set right off the shelf be used for a brickfilm? Would it be good? Well today, I'm going to explore that question with the LEGO NINJAGO City Gardens set. Check out the video below:
And, because this is Bricks in Motion, and we're obviously all about brickfilms, I can't leave you with just a set review. No, no, I've taken it a step farther. I actually set out to make a brickfilm only using parts from NINJAGO City Gardens. And hey, I'd say I was pretty successful (but you can be the judge of that)!
This set was provided for review by The LEGO Ambassador Network.
I hope you enjoyed this quick review, check out the set on LEGO.com, and if you'd like to see me take a look at other sets or have any tutorial recommendations or requests, please leave a comment on the forum!