One-Man Team Creates Film Using 3D Printing and Stop-Motion Animation

One-Man Team Creates Film Using 3D Printing and Stop-Motion Animation
Design

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

Jason Brick
  • 15 april 2015

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.

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