Oobleck, made from corn starch and water, dropped into a glass bowl from a metal spoon.
This image was made in collaboration with Will Dietz, Kelsie Kerr, and Ryan Wells
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I really like the different textures of the oobleck captured in this shot. The spot under the spoon looks almost solid being stretched out like that.
Similar to what was mentioned by some of the other comments here, I like the color of the fluid you chose, and I also think you captured a really cool moment in which it takes on a sort-of odd anthropomorphic quality with the two legs and an odd torso-like structure.
I like the “legs” on the stream that gives the oobleck a humanlike quality
Very funky, it looks like something that would be in Meow Wolf! I like all the different textures that are shown, from the more chunky at the top to very smooth at the bottom.
To answer you question, I really like how this photo was cropped and how tall and thin it is. I think this kind of picture and drip needs an elongated framing.
I like that you included the refraction of the glass in the image, it makes it look humanoid. Additionally, this image shows a cool area in the middle where the oobleck looks dry, which shares a cool characteristic of the fluid.
The shadows in this are so cool! It gives the blob awesome dimension and adds to how interesting it looks!
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