Discussion in 'The Bar' started by Lucky Pierre, Mar 28, 2012.
Is that supposed to be 3D?
Why are they all shaking?
It's fucking up my equallibrium.
Seattle based Fagerholm calls his animations "stereographic drawings". They trick the eye by rapidly switching between two images that shift perspectives, creating a bizarre 3-D effect. While traditionally stereographic images are used to create hyperrealistic, sci-fi effects, Fagerholm uses a hand-drawn aesthetic that makes it look like your childhood book illustrations have come to life. His hand drawn gentle beasts and lonely monsters make us want to be five years old cuddling up to "Where The Wild Things Are" again.
Those are wonderful!
Those work very well on a computer screen. There is a sculpture at Northeastern U. on the wall in the hall outside the bookstore that can only be observed with two eyes. It just doesn't show up with one lens of a video. This technique works great. Plus alot of hand drawn work. + rep for you.
The more you stare at them, the more 3D they get
posted this 1 before
Spittin image of me and me wife!
holy motherfucker i never seen anything like that in my life. Did you draw that? AMAZING!