This lego steadycam is cool but the real question is…..what should I engineer next out of lego bricks?
Wow! Tutorial pleeeeeease!!!!
Build a shoulder rig out of legos?
You are so cool right now, you don’t even know!!!
So I know that I am a guy and this might sounds weird, but if I was a girl, I would want to sate you so bad because of the raw talent that is dripping out of you! Keep it up King.
You got skills Zack. Would you share some of them with all of us,,,jk you already are. Thanks for all your neat and classic tutorials. Also, thanks for keeping them entertaining. I just finished your Motion 5 Text training and it was a blast. I went through the entire series in one night because i couldn’t stop watching.
do you have a video on how stable it looks? is it actually worth it, since the price of lego is through the roof!
Love it Zach!
Nice, tutorial please or even a stop motion would be cool!
This is gonna be the next big thing. Zch you are a genius.
I wouldn’t want to risk a canon 5D on some flimsy looking steadycam, the lego might come apart.
Very clever. I love your new compositing course for Motion by the way. My son and I just finished watching it this week. If you did a second series for the compositing stuff we would love to get it.
COOL I am 9 and i am planing to be just like you i think your are the best movie maker in the world!
Does this thing actually work? This is awesome!
really great idea.
Give us a video where u use it. please.
Nice do you have a tutorial how to build a lego steadycam? 🙂
Photoshop the images (or just hold real steady), maybe camera track a movie version to make it look like it’s actually working without feeling like walking a tight rope, then sit back and laugh while all the followers break their cameras copying the genius idea. That thing would snap at the handle.
Ive made these before…pretty nice…please post a video using it to see how it works out.
Been there too! :p
I like building my own equipment, i have 2 fully functional steady cams a crane and 3 dollies, and guess what, i replicated them all in lego too! it’s too cool, but i had difficulty on having them not break… how did you manage that? :p
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