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Anamorphic 3D Pencil Drawings by Alessandro Diddi

Do not believe your eyes: it is not cut from paper figures, or drawings on a white sheet.

It would seem, 3D drawings in a notebook surprise nobody – so many sketches masterpiece has already been done. But the Italian artist Alessandro Diddi managed to bring to the genre even more entertainment.

In creating his incredible illustrations on the principle of anamorphic, the artist plays with light, shadow and perspective. To trick the human eye and make us believe that the image on a sheet of paper figures – volume.

In collaboration with its drawings, Alessandro Diddi strengthens their 3D effect. “The human eye can deceive the mind, forcing you to believe in the scope where it does not exist” – proves his creativity talented illustrator.

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