here. That's not required reading to understand this part, but it may be of interest. So, illusions! Fascinating things. In the previous part I discussed how illusions help us understand art. This time I'll be looking at how they can also make the artist's life hell by lying about what we're seeing when we are trying to reproduce it. This issue doesn't effect all artists - some people just have the natural power to overcome at least some of these illusions, and for others you can either learn tricks to get past them, or use "mechanical" means to do the same. That is not what this post is about though. I'm not going to go into every optical illusion that causes problems, just a small number of prevalent ones or I'd be here all week.
Sunday, June 23, 2013
Tuesday, June 4, 2013
I think this post is only the third time I've written written a post with no image content, although this one at least has an icon, the others didn't. Interested in what I have to say rather than show? Carry on then dedicated follower (you mad crazy fool).