Ramon Bruin creates 3D effect drawing on paper

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Ramon Bruin

Dutch illustrator Ramon Bruin creates 3D drawings that really look as if they were computer-rendered but then on paper. His 3D drawings are made with a technique called ‘anamorphosis’ that adds a 3D element when Bruin inserts a finger or hand into the drawing to bring it to life.” Bruin says that this depth can only been seen from a certain angle. He also experiments with light, and with the correct light it looks like the drawing comes off the paper.”

Check out a short video of his works:

(Link: www.techeblog.com, Photo: Ramon Bruin)

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