Directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller discuss how the artists at Animal Logic created the wild, mixed-media hybrid world of the fourth-highest grossing film of 2014.
Gearing up for awards season, Warner Bros. has released a new featurette about the making of the studio’s blockbuster animated hit, The LEGO Movie.
In the video, dubbed “The LEGO Movie -- Creating the Bricks,” directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller and animation supervisor Chris McKay discuss how the artists at Animal Logic created the wild, mixed-media hybrid world of the film, including how they simulated stop-motion animation with CG techniques:
Winner of the New York Film Critics award for Best Animated Feature -- and widely considered the frontrunner in the animated Oscar race -- The LEGO Movie was the fourth-highest grossing film of 2014, taking in $257.8 million domestically and $210.3 million overseas for a global haul of $468.1 million.
Source: Warner Bros.