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Optical illusions drawings

Explore mind-blowing optical illusions drawings that will challenge your perception. Discover top ideas to create captivating and mesmerizing artworks that play tricks on your eyes.
Towers by S. Vamos Optical Illusion Drawing, Illusion Drawings, Optical Illusions Art, Illusion Art, Optical Art, Geometric Pattern Art, Geometric Design Art, 3d Art Drawing, Art Drawings Simple

3D art, some more complex than others. You could try-out the simpler ones and work your way up. Have you heard of the saying: "You have to see it to believe it." We rely on our sensory organs to make sense of the world. People like Hungarian Artist Sándor Vámos prove to us, that they are not as reliable as we might first think. In all of these drawings, our mind is telling us that there is a third dimension, that does not actually exist. Take for example, the incline illustration and the…

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Jakub Kopera
What kind of a genius are you? The dynamo genius? blaze? tempo? steel? Here is an optical illusion-based test to know your level of IQ. #personalitytest #personalitytype #quiz #funtest #mindgame #opticalillusion #visualtest Funny Optical Illusions, Eye Illusions, Colour Illusions, Optical Illusion Images, Optical Illusion Tattoo, Optical Art, Test For Kids, Fun Test, Illusion Test

What kind of a genius are you? The dynamo genius? blaze? tempo? steel? Here is an optical illusion-based test to know your level of IQ. #personalitytest #personalitytype #quiz #funtest #mindgame #opticalillusion #visualtest

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Southern Mess
optical illusion art | Rundes Room: Optical Illusions in Art Class Art Lessons For Kids, Art Lessons Elementary, Kids Art Projects, Steam Projects, Design Projects, Geometry Art Projects, Simple Art Projects, Elementary Math Projects, Painting Ideas For Kids

Last week I pinned a fabulous optical illusion art idea from We Heart Art. She had completed this activity with her fifth graders, and I thought it would make a fantastic first lesson for my students. I tried it out with my oldest daughter last weekend (she's in grade 3), and when she achieved great results, I knew it would be perfect. This is a perfect art lesson for the beginning of the year because it uses only a few materials, has simple directions, and turns out to be an impressive work…

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