Brickington Sails Forth: Episode 9 - Finale

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The final episode of the Brickington Sails Forth series. Our heroes finally confront the foreign Toyrific pirates. Thank you to every one of my subscribers for sticking with me over these years, through times of regular and irregular uploads! However, there are more videos to come, so stay tuned! Thank you to David Cole for creating the music and sound again! Please follow him on twitter @davidcolemusic and youtube https://www.youtube.com/user/davidcolemusic Thank you again, and stay subscribed!

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  • AMAIZING

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  • the mouth moving animation is a bit jarring

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  • awesome I was laughing at some of the jokes

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  • пге

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  • What did the French officer say when the French came out of no where. Was it in French?

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  • Ohohohohohohohohohoh ok I didn't see that one sorry great video

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  • You use none Lego. why?

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  • Worth the wait. Its been years since I watch the last episode and the long delay.

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  • Love the mouth animations

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  • Watching this series made me want to see a showcase of your collections of redcoats, bluecoats, pirates, islanders, and samurai.

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  • Why not do something about WWl and WWIl??

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  • ive waited 6 years for this

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  • I wish it didn't have to end

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  • No offense, but i liked it better when their faces didn't move

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  • Loved this series, keep lego productions up

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  • stud was indoubtibly my favorite character.

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  • very cool

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  • Enjoyed it through and through, great end to the brickington series. And one more question. How many blue/red coat figures do you have?

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  • Man, I loved episode 8 of this series. Probably one of my favorite stop motions of all time. And when I saw that the next episode had released I was super excited. But when I watched it I got bored! I like how you try to do the talking animation but it doesn't increase the quality. It looks creepy and ruins the "stop motion" feeling. I was expecting more action like the last episode but it ended up being just conversations. Endless conversations. When captain blankhat started rambling on about how lego people aren't born I almost shut off the video. Overall I was pretty sad in how this series ended. Hopefully you will take this advice which can hopefully help your animation. I may not be a stop-motion expert, but in the point of view of a viewer. I didn't really like it :(

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  • Due to the "animation," I decided to never finish watching this. I have to agree with PRStudios on that subject, and I think it should remain in Shiver My Timbers, and Shiver My Timbers alone.

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  • I loved this Lego series. The wit and humor was great. It inspired me to make my own Lego series A Trip To Mars Episode1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wOP7CrCeS4w&t=16s Episode2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IApvM40L5kk Thanks QuackingProductions!

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  • Glad it's over, but with what cost? It doesn't really compare with the other episodes, and the animation which makes it look like the minifigures are talking, lowers the quality and I would prefer to see this ,video without it. Also it shares to much of a resemblance to the silly endings of simple kids shows and movies, which doesn't compare to the effect of the other episodes. I had the impression that after what I viewed as a horrible fail, your Star Wars video you would never use this talking animation again. Overall, disappointed, truly disappointed:(!

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  • Fantastic job!

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  • Finally some payoff for this amazing series, I must say, however, that the mouth moving stuff really disrupted the flow and comedy that made the original episodes great.

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  • MY GAWD, 6 years! Can't believe this took that much time.. Awesome)

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  • Fantastic job! I have loved each episode since the pilot and I am so happy to see how they finally end up! With that, I wish you happy holidays QuackingProductionCo!

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  • Why do the faces move? These talking effects are awful.

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  • 20 view

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  • Finally! Fantastic job my friend, I enjoyed every moment. I am beginning to love the way you animate the conversation movements. Keep up the great job! :)

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  • good video

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  • That was hilarious.

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  • For years I have awaited this moment and it has finally come

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  • I've waited years for this

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  • first and yay new upload

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  • o:

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