This is a 3:30 war movie made entirely with cardboard weaponry. It's incredibly well made though. Granted not as good as Saving Private Ryan or Band of Brothers, but if you expected it to be you obviously have zero grasp on reality.
This video took about a month and a half of planning, making cardboard guns, filming, and editing. Really COol!
Make this video, you will need:
- 254 program crashes
- 427 manual frames to rotoscope
- 59 layers of sound effects
- a BUTTLOAD of cardboard and box cutters
- and a katamari
That's, uh....that's a lot of program crashes. Maybe you should, oh I don't know, CONSIDER SWITCHING TO A MAC. Kidding, don't do that. Or should you? Let the flamin' begin!
Hit it for the action-packed video.
Thanks to Der Everhardt, Volume+ and Captain Cardboard, who are getting together to shoot a war movie with LEGO weapons. I'd camp out to see it.