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Stop-motion video

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Does a Stop-Motion Video count as a MOC? If contains many MOCs...

Here is a short stop-motion I recently made with a friend.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gCXrWZ7gHoY
It's a comedic attack on our voting system. It's more silly than informative, but I made it in the hopes of getting people to notice the referendum.
The video, along with related links and writings on the subject is the front page of my site.
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I can't believe I forgot to share my first LEGO stop-motion with you all, but I am so busy I can barely think. Saw Kyler briefly this morning and that reminded me. Miss you guys and LEGO. I'll be back soon.
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438 views on this topic and not one reply? Was the film that bad? I know we went way overboard with the text in the middle, but it's still funny. Isn't it? Is my humour that bad? :-P
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The stop motion was done very well. Apparently the topic of electoral reform is looking like a dead issue in BC.
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I didn’t comment but I did follow the links for more info.
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