I've a timing unit that lets me do some razy things with water. It lets me release drops down to the fraction of milliseconds so that I can get them to smash into each other. [link] That's a basic idea of a droplet collisions, but I'm Using more than 2 drops and colliding them at great heights so that I get a cooler look
If you've any more questions Kylee, feel free to ask
Love the colors! But mostly I love the fact you cant tell if it's coming down or going up. It's so real and yet not and dont for only a few hours it's F-ING incredable! Of course I like the title as well It never stops amazing me how much you put into your work......(not thinking art....nope not) and how well they turn out. You have a great talent and I hope you never stop sharing it with the world. Keep up the great work.
It's so amazing !!!!!!! You have earned so expenssive material to do that, don't you ? How do you coordonate the camera shoot with your droplets ? It's very interesting, I really want to try the same thing... I would never think, that we can make such collisions easily
Lately, I've been using some guar gum, a powder which is used to thicken liquids. Use only about 1/8th teaspoon in a cup of warm water, beat with a hand blender, cool and strain. This works well but is very lumpy and grainy so it needs to be strained well. I haven't been able to get the 3 drop splashes with plain water, therefore, I use an additive to slow down the movement. For the clearest drops pure water with a quick burst of light is best. Corrie White