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Thursday

The Terrace Optical Illusion

This illusion was created by David MacDonald. He describes the process,

"All my images are made the same way. I create a "matrix" in CorelDRAW according to strict rules of perspective, except for the false connections. This is then brought into Photo-Paint where it is "rendered" with purpose-taken, digitally photographed textures and objects. A print-out of the matrix is used as a reference guide during photography to help ensure that the objects are photographed with the correct point of view to fit."
This illusion took "in the region of sixty purpose taken photographs."

A wonderful blend of photography and digital imaging.

The Terrace Optical Illusion

The Terrace
Used with Permission
Copyright 1998, 1999 David MacDonald
Any use without express permission is prohibited

Update: David MacDonald recently put launched a new presence on the web called Cambiguities, check out his other amazing creations.







2 comments:

anymotomus said...

lol its the same thing as the folded chess set. The folded chess set says how they do it. Ifyou look closely, theres a little bend in the middle of the weird platform.

Anonymous said...

i think this is soooo cool. kudos to huever put this on here. =]



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