Experiment # 9
Transfer Patterns

When something wet with blood touches a non bloodied surface it's possible for blood to transfer onto that non bloodied surface. Just because an item may be drenched in blood and now touches a second surface, it does not mean it will create a replica impression in blood, like a freshly inked rubber stamp striking a clean piece of paper. A hard, rigid surface and a soft, flexible surface illustrates how the same bloodied object makes completely different transfer patterns.




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