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    Amazing Sidewalk Art.



















































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    I've seen this guys work and it never ceases to amaze me, he has some eye to catch reality in 3 D art.

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    absolutely amazing - i love his work... 100% trips me out

    i love seeing the whole picture, and then what it looks like from another point of view - not just the 3D view

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    I have often wondered,what the hell is it an artist can see that we cannot

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    I wonder if people trip when they walk into the art and think they've fallen into a vat o' monsters!

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    QUOTE=mavriktu;391401]I have often wondered,what the hell is it an artist can see that we cannot[/QUOTE]

    They think with a different part of their brain or simply use a different part of their brain. At least that was what I was told during a lecture at the art museum. The lecturer said to try to awaken that part of your brain is to draw a picture of an upside down object, for a non-artist person it is best to take a simple picture, turn it upside down and then draw that. You would be surprised of the results.

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    I wonder if people trip when they walk into the art and think they've fallen into a vat o' monsters!
    No, Jenna, unless those monsters are in their head. That art does not look that real or alive when you are up close and personal. Example of photo:



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    Quote Originally Posted by 2 Blue 4 U View Post
    No, Jenna, unless those monsters are in their head. That art does not look that real or alive when you are up close and personal.
    That's a relief! Although i still have to worry about the monsters in my head!

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    That guy is amazing. Truly talented...
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    I wonder if Lady Liberty here had to be similarly skewed to look correct to the viewer at this angle or the perspective is high enough that they used a normal outline. Either way when I saw this earlier I thought of this thread.


 

 

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