Thomas Foote
Thomas Foote at BrickFest 2003
Years active
1999? - 2005
Nationality US flag American
Notable works
Associated with

Thomas Foote is an American brickfilmer. He is known for Also Thwacked Zarathustra, The Big Match and Jake Technic vs. Dr. Cyber.[1] He was one of the earliest brickfilmers active online, sharing his early LEGO animations in January 2000, and his brickfilming panel at BrickFest 2000 inspired Jason Rowoldt to start brickfilming and subsequently launch[2] Thomas Foote also launched the first website known as Bricks in Motion in 2001, and would later allow the name to be used for the website that launched in 2008 and became the main home of the brickfilming community.

Filmography Edit

Year Title Notes
2000 LEGO War
2000 Jet Car
2000 Saucer[3]
2000 - 2001 Jake Technic vs. Dr. Cyber
2001 The Big Match
2001 Also Thwacked Zarathustra
2002 The Military Lovers
2002 The Ballad of Fred Horror Animation Contest entry
2003 The Sol Chronicles Episode 1 Opening Directed by Jason Rowoldt Edit

From 2001 to 2005, was Thomas Foote's personal website. In addition to hosting his brickfilms, it also hosted software developed by Foote designed to aid brickfilmers. In 2008, Jonathan Schlaepfer approached Thomas Foote asking to take over the domain for a new brickfilming website that he had started under the temporary name Thomas Foote agreed, and a few months later Bricks in Motion was officially launched.[4]

References Edit

  1. Archived version of Thomas Foote's website
  2. Jason Rowoldt mentions Thomas Foote's panel's influence
  3. January 2000 release of first animations
  4. Credits
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