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Blade Runner Remade Using 12,000+ Watercolor Paintings

by Conner Flynn
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Blade Runner was such a classic movie and so far ahead of it’s time that it has legions of fans, despite having virtually no expanded material aside from the original movie (and various different edits). That’s why fans love to find cool new ways to show their love for the movie.
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Artist Anders Ramsell is one such fan. He’s condensed the film into a 34-minute masterpiece that must have been a true labor of love. He created 12,597 watercolor paintings by hand to animate key scenes from the film. To make the feat even more amazing, each individual piece of art measures only about 1.5 centimeters by 3 centimeters.

Check it out and be thoroughly impressed. It will make you crave a sequel that’s for sure. Hopefully one will be coming our way soon.

[The Dissolve via io9]

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