Front of Side View Optical Illusion
Good morning everyone, and hope you all had a great extended weekend! Today is Tuesday, but it will still feel like Monday to everyone, but that’s okay because it means that the week is going to go by pretty quick! Today, we have a great optical illusion for you all because it asks the question as to whether this is a side view of a man or the front view. So , take a look at today’s optical illusion and ask yourself that very important question. Honestly, this photo is pretty cool, but confusing at the same time because it may be both a front and a side view, but your mind may automatically see it as one way or another, but still it is a great illusion that is a lot of fun!
Speaking of fun, how would you all like to do a little deer hunting? Take a look at this optical illusion, which is called, Gardner’s Deer Forest. This optical illusion is great because you get to find as many deer as you can, and we want to know how many of them you do find. When you all are done hunting the deer, be sure and leave us a comment below so we can find out how many deer there really are in this great picture.
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An Optical Illusion
The Terrace Made From LEGO
This impossible-looking LEGO structure was created by a Flickr user going by the handle of Brixie63. It is a recreation of and homage to David Macdonald’s famous digital manipulation titled The Terrace. What makes the story even more interesting is that David Macdonald created The Terrace as an homage to The Warped Chessboard painting by Sandro Del-Prete. It would be interesting to know what Sandro’s inspiration was when he first created his painting. For the moment, we will just call this art (LEGO) imitating art (digital) imitating art (painting).
The following two pictures reveal exactly how this illusion was pulled off. Note how the guys at the top of the photograph are on a completely different plane as the guys at the bottom. The entire illusion can only be completed by taking the photograph at exactly the right angle.