Film Friday: The Making of ‘Chase Me’, a 3D Printed Stop Motion

Film Friday - The Making of Chase Me - Inky Collective Blog

 

I’m always in awe of people who take the time to painstakingly create stop motion animation, but this is on another level.

Chase Me, by Gilles Deschaud, is made up of nearly 2500 3D prints, and 12 different 3D printed sets, which took around 6000 hours to print! Some then had to be painted too.

 

Film Friday - The Making of Chase Me - Inky Collective Blog

Film Friday - The Making of Chase Me - Inky Collective Blog

 

The patience that is needed for something like this is far beyond me. You can watch the trailer below, and find out all about the film here. I can’t wait to see the full thing!

 

 

I found this via Heidi Burton on Twitter.

 

Jen Wright

Jen Wright

Letterpress printer, maker and freelance writer. I blog about the people and things that inspire me, in the hope that I will inspire you.
Jen Wright

Latest posts by Jen Wright (see all)

So, what do you think?