Stop Action

This was several years ago, but in combating the onslaught of all things online, my youngest son figured out a way to marry his creativity WITH the technical -and made a stop action movie. Using a scene and characters he built with Lego's. It was amazingly time-consuming, helped him develop patience, and ended up being just incredible.

Using Lego’s and a great imagination to bridge the technology gap.

Josh’s stop action video
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