forced perspective


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forced perspective

n
(Art Terms) the use of objects or images that are larger or smaller than they should be, to suggest that they are nearer or further away than they really are
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Even in its last days in Cardiff, the ball was still attracting visitors and locals alike to take selfies with it, pretending to hold or balance it on their finger tips by forced perspective, or just standing by to marvel at the tremendous work.
The use of forced perspective and other visual strategies will recall the film's distinctive visual style.
Cardiff-based pop artist Andy Morris of Little Big Art has created pixelated Lego tapestries showing Castell Coch and Caernarfon Castle and forced perspective photography that creates the illusion of Lego figures exploring Conwy Castle and Tintern Abbey.
Kitchens, studies and living rooms serve as his canvas, which he manipulates to engage the viewer in a game of forced perspective.
Forced Perspective Photography A kick about with the galaxy greats, at the break of dawn.
Assuming the birds see things essentially the same way we do, that forced perspective could lead females to "perceive the court as smaller than it is and therefore perhaps perceive the male as larger than he is," Endler suggested.
The forced perspective of this image mirrors the totalizing effect of minimalist sculpture, while the juxtaposition between the richly nuanced interior and stark desert landscape seen through the windows points to the artificiality of the abstract sublime.
The range, with its glaciers and valleys, is a canvas of rockwork, carvings, and paintings--creating a forced perspective where closer-in objects have a massive look while appliques trick the eye into perceiving far-off objects.
Their craftsmanship and original design are a testament to Joerger's brilliance and use of forced perspective, a technique he perfected on such Disney sites as Main Street and Story Book Land.
And making a work that had a kind of forced perspective that made it appear to recede into space faster than in fact it does.
This permanently visible selection of the reserves has been framed with theatrical devices of forced perspective within the box, and ramps to either side, rising in a shallow gradient along its length.
Side scrolling shooter with forced perspective gameplay