Make movie making fun.

After a few animated creations, I put together this quick trailer from our YouTube videos for the channel, showing some of our LEGO® fun over the years.

  • Build videos - Time lapse builds of all the sets we obtain.
  • Animation - Create fun brickfilm animations for all.
  • Take requests - Lego Zombies was actually requested by a viewer.  So, get in touch always happy to hear from you, and your ideas

Blu-Tak was a quick camera setting test for a few seconds.  As well as being a little bit of fun.

About

Sumo Films was founded 24th July 2013.  With the first YouTube videos uploaded being very quirky little productions on the 31st July 2013.

​Sumo Films

Richard Graves

What do we do?

LEGO SYSTEM A/S

​The Team

Why Sumo Films?  This is a question that has a very simple answer (if you know me).  There is another YouTube channel in existence.  MisguidedSumo started in 2010 as a task of something to do when there is nothing to do.  Doodles was how I used to refer to them.  MS Paint and windows Movie Maker.


It was after the first few YouTube videos that I, and a now interactive audience started to play a game.  This game was fondly referred to as "spot the sumo".  The character would be drawn in to frames and would sometimes be a single flash on screen that would need to be quickly spotted.

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Richard Graves


Producer / Director / Writer / Animator / LEGO® builder and just generally the one the does it all.  Currently team of one.


email:  richard.graves@sumofilms.co.uk

Goals

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Origin - Why LEGO?

After a couple of years, I started to try out new media and production styles.  LEGO® being a popular one (as there was plenty around).  Still using the spot the sumo in these YouTube videos.  I created a business Sumo Films as the little doodle had become quite the symbol for me.

And even though I now work with LEGO®, I use my original doodle of him and refer to him as 8-bit man due to the pixelated drawing in MS Paint.