So, in the recent TTV podcasts there have been some interesting discussions about stop motion as a medium.
There's no denying that it's overabundant and often low quality, but it is perhaps the most accessible of the mediums to express your bionicle story in video format. Anyone with a camera and a set can do it, and that is perhaps the reason it's so widespread.
Personally, I really enjoy stop motion. I'm horrible at it, despite having tried on and off for years now, but I still enjoy making it. Even more, I enjoy watching other people's work, assuming it's not too bad. But then again, I've been around on "biotube" forever and have nostalgia-jaded appreciation for it.
Of course, it's always great to see some top tier cinematic stop motion too, like this:
(not the first in its series, but still pretty cool stuff. I recommend watching the other episode)
So what are your thoughts on stop motion as a medium for Bionicle film making?