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Link of the Day: 3D Sidewalk Art

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  • I've seen some pretty good 3d sidewalk art before, but Damn! Those were amazing. I really liked the rear view of the last picture showing how intricate these things are.
    • by Chacham ( 981 ) *
      Heh. My favorite was the slab of concrete next to the place it was "missing" from. Not the most colorful, but the idea is nicest. Most colorful is the Coke bottle though. That's just *so* unbelieveable. Shadow and all. :)
  • That's the kind of art I'd like to do.

    Alot of new pictures in that set.

    • That's the kind of art I'd like to do.

      You do that yourself too? Any pictures?
      • No, I did art college years ago, if I were to start up messing around with art again (as opposed to wasting time on internet message boards), that would be the stuff I'd do. It's all geometry, perspective in reverse. Really amazing stuff but challenging for sure.

        One day I'll do it perhaps.

  • and boy- very realistic, did you notice that one guy carefully steping around the "hole" in the sidewalk, even though he was coming from the other direction?!?!?!?
    • did you notice that one guy carefully steping around the "hole" in the sidewalk, even though he was coming from the other direction?!?!?!?

      Heh. :)

      And did you notice the two people looking at each other, when only one was real. And the cup of liquid having the same match. Wow.
  • Thanks
  • I was thinking, "That would be GREAT to share with UFies...", so I went to the LOTD Archives.

    Wouldn't you know it, but someone already beat me to it [skynet.be]... There are some other pictures there, in addition to the ones your link has.

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