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10-11-08, 01:08 PM #1
Amazing Sidewalk Art.
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10-11-08, 04:07 PM #2
I've seen this guys work and it never ceases to amaze me, he has some eye to catch reality in 3 D art.
10-11-08, 04:56 PM #3
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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10-11-08, 07:54 PM #4
I have often wondered,what the hell is it an artist can see that we cannot
10-11-08, 11:04 PM #5
I wonder if people trip when they walk into the art and think they've fallen into a vat o' monsters!
10-12-08, 12:57 AM #6
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.
10-12-08, 10:06 AM #7
10-14-08, 02:56 AM #8
That guy is amazing. Truly talented...Calm Like A Bomb...
“A pessimist sees difficulty in every opportunity. An optimist sees opportunity in every difficulty.”
10-14-08, 05:27 AM #9
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.
Originally Posted by William Pitt (the Younger), Speech in the House of Commons (18 November, 1783)
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