Progress on the Kickstarter campaign is going well! We have four executive producers, which means there's only one spot left! Some of the other limited edition tiers are going fast, too.
We've been working on plans for the documentary, including the animated portions that will be created as a collaboration between Zach Macias, Nathan Wells, and Philip Heinrich. Heinrich has created some new concept art for this portion of the film, which you can see below.
These digital paintings explore some of the visuals we'd like to create for the film's animated portions. Together, we aim to create some of the most visually impressive and polished animation possible for this documentary. The animated segments of the film will help provide structure to the documentary through visual, thematically parallel storytelling.
Producer Doug Vandegrift has made a new promotional video for the project, featuring clips from a variety of entries to the recent Bricks in Motion Celebration contest. The entries to this contest will all be available on the DVD/Blu-ray BiM Collection.
If you enjoyed the video and you'd like to help us get the word out, we invite you to upload it to YouTube or other video sites on your own accounts. You can download the promo video at this link. Simply upload the video and provide a link back to the Kickstarter page.
Thank you again for your support of this project! With 18 days remaining, we look forward to seeing what happens next.
-The Bricks in Motion Team