- Drip Pattern
- A bloodstain pattern resulting from a liquid that dripped into another liquid, at least one of which was blood.
This example of a drip pattern was generated by letting blood drip from the end of small-bore syringe approximately 100 cm above the target. The position of the source was kept constant.
As a sufficient volume was generated at the center of the pattern, the blood began to fall into blood. This created satellite stains. These satellite stains radiated out from the parent stain in all directions.