See this Foto and do STep By STEP :y
How to do 3D Anamorphic Artwork Yourself
Greg Lehman, aka The �Grease� has to be one of the first fans Mighty Optical Illusions has picked over the years. He has been sending us incredible optical illusions all the way back in 2006. You can check the underlined words in this text to see all his previous submissions.
This time he did something really awesome. By now, you�ve probably seen all the 3D Anamorphic pictures that Julian Beever has drawn on the sidewalks, if not check the first category in our sidebar. Well, this is Greg�s version of doing it, simply by printing anamorphic images on paper, of from his computer. Off course, he did a chalk drawings of them first. Can you tell which of these objects are the REAL thing?
Grease, if you�re reading this I still have some of your previous unpublished illusions in my draft, but never managed to publish them. Hopefully one day I will Oh and btw, Greg �The Grease� is the owner of top tattoo studio. If he is so good in optical illusions and art in general, I�m sure his tattoos are among the best ones out there! Would be interesting to see more of his tattooed optical illusions, what you think?
At first glance it looks like Pegasus, a winged divine horse from Greek mythology, or something out of a Harry Potter movie. The animal had stumbled upon the bird’s nest and had quickly been shooed away by the protective mother.
However this extraordinary mutation of antelope and bird is actually a clever optical illusion.
The picture was taken as the antelope was being pursued by an Indian Sarus Crane, the tallest flying bird in the world.
Just an illusion: it might look like a mythical creature at first glance, but the crane is behind the antelope
The Indian Sarus Crane, the tallest flying bird in the world, as it looks without an antelope in front of it
As the chase ensued, amused onlookers at the Keoladeo National Park, in Rajasthan, India, noticed the animals appeared to blend in to one.
The spectacle was caught on camera by photographer Jagdeep Rajput, who said people had compared the mutation to Pegasus, a mythical winged horse.
Mr Rajput, 49, from Delhi, added: ‘The crane had laid a single egg and when the bull got close she chased it away.
At first glance it looks like Pegasus, a winged divine horse from Greek mythology, or something out of a Harry Potter movie.
The animal had stumbled upon the bird’s nest and had quickly been shooed away by the protective mother.
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