3D Printed Nail Art Comes to Life through Stop Motion Animation

Japanese manicurist  Hatsuki Furutani and film production team + Ring make a stop motion animation in which fingernails transform into moving objects. Cool, isn’t it? A total of 521 3D artificial nails were printed  using a ProJet 660 Pro 3D printer and was attached to an actual human hand and filmed frame by frame.

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It takes alot of time, energy and creativity to produce such an amazing art, So show some love and support by visiting their website!

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