That way you can take the extra step of stepping back and checking the accuracy of your shape before adding in all your painful detailing. I know I'm a bit late but this is really cool! Now to peek at what the Artwork looks like, head on! With no flash. It is pretty simple to do.
Ok, this is my final image, which I would print out on my inkjet printer. Now, I removed the grids. There were no squares in your pic, but the manhole cover is a circle so I used that as reference.
Pretty amazing, huh... This is the first instructable I came across. Would also be great in neighborhoods where people drive WAY to fast; but once they figure it out, it may not work as well.
The first thing I did was draw the grids as shown below. This way you have a concrete reference point, as our fun human eyes and necks tend to waver. I had to ungroup the lighter and black grid, first. Im a graphic desinger who specializes in signage and vehicles, wanted to apply this to doing my floor graphics and woulld liek to see some wall graphics.
I am trying to enter a street chalk art contest and i would like to do some 3D illisuion type thangggg....
Here is Part 2: You will have to go to step 8, to see all the pictures. So, my palette was limited.
Zorink inkjacket Reply 9 years ago on Introduction. Whatever part of the image you want to really POP, i.
I used a cigarette lighter, as the artwork. I just thought of another method that should work too. So the principle behind this whole optical illusion and the reason it only works from one perspective is because the elongation of the image from a distance compresses or collapses that image like a scene might collapse when viewed with a telephoto lens. Again, yay discovery learning.