Chase Me is an animated film made entirely out of 2,500 individual 3D-printed parts

Chase Me is a stop-motion animated film directed by Gilles-Alexandre Deschaud using only parts made with a 3D printer. It took him two years of blocking, design, printing, filming and editing to create the whole feature, which is about embracing fears and turning them into something beautiful.

Deschaud printed over 2,500 individual components using a Form 1 + 3D printer, each made to 1,000 micron resolution. They required little finishing apart from support material integrated into the printing prospects.

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