The original Pokeballin is a mess of action and screaming, so of course the followup is a simple multiplication of these elements. Enter Pokeballin 2. A sequel with 3/4 the length but twice the content. It's an obnoxious comedy supported by some elaborate stop motion sequences, coalescing to form a gripping cinematic experience. Or something like that.
I wanted to create as much of the video in pure stop motion as reasonably possible, opting for complicated setups and LEGO builds instead of simple aesthetics or computer trickery. There is absolutely VFX work in the video but it used purely as a supplement to the vivid animation (except for the Electrode character where it takes a front seat).
Pokeballin 2 won Best Animation and Best Visual Effects at the Bricks in Motion Awards.