Brickfilms Wiki
Advertisement

The LEGO Man Matrix is a 2000 brickfilm by Liquid Plastic Productions. It is one of the earliest examples of a Matrix "Lobby Scene" brickfilm (and one of the earliest Matrix brickfilms in general),[1] of which there would be many further examples over the coming years. It was an early brickfilm online, being shared upon its completion. In the early 2000s, it was shared across multiple websites such as online gaming forums, and on file sharing services such as Kazaa.[2] The creators also stated that it came close to being selected for inclusion as a DVD extra for a Matrix release. The LEGO Man Matrix was later uploaded to the now-defunct Google Video,[3] and was shared as one of the official highlighted videos of the day in the "Google Video Movers & Shakers list for September 6, 2006".[4]

Crew[]

  • David "Bigfoot Graphics" Hensler - Producer, Director, Set designer, Concept artist
  • Steve "Gliebster" Gliebe - Editor, Special effects
  • Daniel "Gliebe-Tronics" Gliebe - Stop-motion video engineer, Co-set designer, Network administrator, Video timing
  • Max Albert - Light engineer, Half-Life player

References[]

Advertisement