An Animated Version of Ridley Scott’s Blade Runner Made of 12,597 Watercolor Paintings @Open Culture0 (0)21 de novembro, 2016
Three years ago Swedish artist Anders Ramsell created this 35 minute condensed version of Blade Runner, frame by frame, using watercolors. Blade Runner: The Aquarelle Edition contains 12,597 impressionistic works on waterlogged artist paper that together present, if not a faithful representation of Ridley Scott’s film, then a remembrance of the film.
It’s as if you booted up a replicant film fan and had them try to reconstruct Blade Runner from memory. (Ramsell himself calls it a “paraphrase” of the film.) It’s recognizable, but due to the lightness and fuzzy lines of watercolor, there’s also a magic to these images. (This is also due to the small size of each frame, 1.5 x 3 cm.)
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