Haqq17, me, has finally gotten a website! Here you can see information, news, photos, and such! Click here to see my YouTube channel. Click news for stuff like when the next episode comes out, photos for unseen or seen pictures, videos, for the newest episode, members for...members, discussion forum to discuss stuff you want to discuss, links to get to different episodes of the series, contact us is where you can find the way to contact the makers of 'Webs' and get your own website, calendar probably won't be used but if I do you'll find when Lego episodes come out, and on Guestbook you can write comments.
Origins of the Lego Spongebob Series: I used o be a kid who watched mainly comedy videos on YouTube. Then one day I saw a video where LEGO bricks seemed to move. I had an interest in both LEGOS, and Spongebob....and what do you know, in the sidebar was a video called Plankton and W.I.F.E. by RobnJake. I clicked it and watched with wonder as my favorite cartoon character turned to LEGO Bricks, and seemed to move impossibly like he was real. I had to get the LEGO set in there that I saw...The Krusty Krab.
So with my savings, I searched eBay for the complete set. On a Monday night, I finally ordered it. I waited anxiously over the next few days until it arrived on a Thursday morning. As I left my house for school, I noticed a small package on our step. And when I returned, I had the delight of building the set. That very day I recieved this LEGO set I began to make a video with Spongebob, rather badly made, with Mr. Krabs starting it all. And soon I was finished creating the whole video, but I had episode two, The Spongy Hero included like both episodes were one. My video would be about thirteen minutes if I made it as one, so I split it into two (this was back when the limit for videos was ten minutes).
But my computer was extremely slow and took a month on the computer for my editing software, Windows movie Maker (which I continue to use because it is the only one I can), kind of stinks. But after a month I finished it! The day I did was my aunt's seventeenth birthday, my half birthday. We live an hour away and the party ended late. It was way past midnight so instead of it being uploaded on October 17, I uploaded the first episode on October 18, and the next day episode two.
I also created rather immature videos with my cousin and brother with my digital camera, and the most views we got was 70. So when episode one got past that, I couldn't help but brag meanly a tiny bit (it was hard because I did the whole video by myself). Fortunately, my brother and cousin didn't see my mean bragging as mean. But now, episode 40 almost upon us and season two finished, the one year anniversary of the series approaches. Episode one now has almost 30 thousand views, way more than I ever expected.
I usually operate alone but my brother, AKA the YouTube user Seyalcops, sometimes voices fr me in some videos and I help him make stop-motion. I recorded some audio once for someone and I'll voice for other YouTube users if they need my voice for a Lego film.
The series has been through much, and season two is about to end. So go explore the website!
This is from a scene in the next episode,
FEATURED EPISODE: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SL7AdcClG20&feature=channel_video_title