Ramon Bruin, a talented Dutch illustrator, created incredible 3D drawings that look computer-rendered on normal paper. These amazing 3D drawings of snakes, birds and insects were made with a technique called anamorphosis. It adds a 3D element when he inserts a finger or hand into the drawing to bring it to life. The artist says, “This depth can only been seen from a certain angle. I also experimented with light and with the correct light it appeared the drawing came off the paper.” Continue reading for more pictures.
“Bruin developed the technique by studying airbrushing at the Airbrush Academie in Lelystad, The Netherlands, and continued through his own company, JJK Airbrush. Bruin is not standing still however, and has developed another new style for his next project, which involves making 47 x 32 inch portraits composed of 600 different colored squares,” says The Daily Mail.