Sunday, April 1, 2012

Week TechVideo, 2012 #13 - LPEpower V8 "production line"

This week I've chosen a stop motion / time lapse video published by Alex Zorko (Nicjasno), while he builds a new LPEpower V8 for a customer.

Like in a show of magic, you see it all happening just in front of your eyes, but the secrets doesn't come out...


Allanp said...

Great video, the amount of parts, time and effort put into every engine makes them very well priced. I'm always amazed at the power of these engines. Love the music too, if anyone is wondering it's from the movie "MOON" and it's by Clint Mansell.

Alex Campos said...

A beautiful video! Now, after seeing the making-of of the model, I'd like to see the making-of of the making-of... ;) Especially the structure the camera was mounted on to have that exact motion during time-lapse.

But something made me shudder: the usage of the candle and the glue gun! In my opinion, that's a bit extreme usage of LEGO elements, and something I'd never do.

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