These captivating Sketch Art 3D illustrations were created by talented Japanese artist, Nagai Hideyuki. He used two separate sketchbooks to create illusions that use shadows and unique perspective to simulate 3D effects. You’d have to view these from the correct angle, of course…
3D Illusion Sketch Art Gallery
I think the sketches are amazing, and it’s the kind of thing I wish that I would have thought up in my days at Art School! In this age of computers, it’s really important for people to still use good ‘ol media like sketchbooks and pencils to keep on creating and innovating.
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Credits: All images displayed within this set are Copyright © Nagai Hideyuki. Head over to his site for more inspiring sketch art works. Found via Colossal Art and Design. More information on Nagai Hideyuki, Japanese Artist: Facebook fan page – http://www.facebook.com/NAGAHIDE // Deviant art – http://nagaihideyuki.deviantart.com // Youtube – http://www.youtube.com/user/nagahide1955/videos.
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