“I am the new world. And you are part of the old.” A scientist of the UK’s Ministry of Defence creates a highly intelligent android. Will it – she? – save us or doom us all? A sci-fi thriller in the vein of Blade Runner, RoboCop and Frankenstein.
What it's about:Artist Anders Ramsell animated Blade Runner by painting 12,597 different water color paintings and stringing them together into beautifully fluid sequences. It's incredible, you feel like you're watching Blade Runner,...Show More Summary
Ridley Scott’s classic film Blade Runner, now more than 30 years after its original release, has been reimagined in dream-like watercolor. Swedish artist Anders Ramsell created 12,597 aquarelle watercolor paintings in his Blade Runner: The Aquarelle Edition.
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Swedish artist Anders Ramsell has produced a 35-minute version of Blade Runner made up of watercolor drawings, frame by frame: It took him a year and a half to create the film: Ramsell expressed his reimagining of the film through the medium of Aquarelle, a type of drawing done with transparent watercolors. He created 12,597 […]
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…
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Is she an android? (Credit: Anders Ramsell) While everybody else was busy talking about a possible "Blade Runner" sequel, artist Anders Ramsell was occupied with making his version of the original film, using a process that requires more patience than most of us could ever conceive of. Show More Summary
About 16 months ago we shared a 13-minute “teaser” for Anders Ramsell’s Blade Runner: Aquarelle Edition, an adaptation of the Ridley Scott classic (itself, of course, an adaptation of Philip K. Dick). The project up to that point consisted...Show More Summary
The absolutely stunning work of Swedish artist Anders Ramsell, who painted each frame as a 1.5 x 3cm work of art.
You might remember Anders Ramsell, a Swedish artist who’s been recreating Blade Runner frame-by-frame with watercolors. When we last checked in with Anders, more than a year ago, he was up to 3,285 watercolors for a twelve-minute sequence. Show More Summary
An interesting take on a timeless film. Read the full article on AICN Via Sploid comes this look at Ridley Scott’s divisive and iconic 1982 thriller BLADE RUNNER, through the eyes of artist Anders Ramsell. My first thought upon seeing...Show More Summary
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Holy wow this is impressive. Artist Anders Ramsell animated Blade Runner by painting 12,597 different water color paintings and stringing them together into beautifully fluid sequences. It's incredible, you feel like you're watching Blade Runner, you get to hear Harrison Ford and follow the story but you're seeing it like never before—in moving art. Read more...
The full version of Anders Ramsell’s Blade Runner: The Aquarelle Edition, a hazy re-cut of the cyberpunk classic made using 12,597 hand painted frames. Made for and by someone who’s seen the film multiple times.
Swedish-based artist Anders Ramsell has created the incredibly lush, visually transfixing 35 minute film “Blade Runner – The Aquarelle Edition“. The film, created with 12,57 handmade aquarelle paintings, is a “paraphrase” of the Ridley Scott classic “Blade Runner“. video via Anders Ramsell images via Anders Ramsell via Kotaku
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