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This Stop Motion Film Uses Water as its Only Material

 - Mar 7, 2014
References: vimeo & sploid.gizmodo
Stop motion films are understandably some of the hardest productions to make. Between the creation of the models to use and the incessant pausing and adjusting for different scenes, it’s not the easiest thing to do. This production takes the normal difficulty and ratchets it up a little bit by creating the whole thing out of water droplets.

The stop motion film is extremely short, only lasting about a minute, but from the outset, it can be seen that this is an amazing production. The story is simple; a man tries to take a dip in a waterfall only to find he can’t due to pollution, but the way everything flows is incredible. The movement and placement of such an unstable element like water, especially in droplet form, is amazing.