I do Stop Motion with Legos, (LEGOs are just great for SMA,) and I was wondering (because you guys are the pros), what frame rate per second, (fps) oyu guys would recommend. I use 15, and occasionally 33. Also I was wondering, how extreme I should take this Stop Motion Animation. Should it just be my hobby, or should I use to get me money?
The ideal frame rate is 24 fps due to the brain holding an image for .051... seconds
However in stop motion animation this can be quite tedious and time consuming.
So with that in mind I'd recommend a frame rate of between 15 and 18.
As for your ideas on making money out of it, I'd say go for it.
The standard frame rate for most LEGO stop motion animations is 15, although this may vary and will be enforced by the video compiling software you use to put your animation together. Less than 15 will cause some frames to be added, while having more may skip a few. This also extends to 30 FPS, although that many frames is very time consuming, hence the 15 frame standard.