Paradox Contest 10 replies

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Dr Zoidberg

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#1 13 years ago

Post your best paradox art here.

Paradox art usually looks somthing like this

paradox.jpg

Please make your own, dont cut and paste from the web.




Myth

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#2 13 years ago

Yeah, I have no clue what it is still.




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#3 13 years ago
Steakboy

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#4 13 years ago
Myth07Yeah, I have no clue what it is still.

Famous style, the stairs never stop going up




Snake Morrison

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#5 13 years ago

With my lack of Photoshop software and ability, I bring you something from Microsoft Paint! Gaze upon it and tremble! In the attachments! (Grrr...for the last time, somebody tell me how to post an image in my actual post that I have created.)




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#6 13 years ago

[ img ] url of image [ / img ], minus the spaces.




Mr. Whitlow

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#7 13 years ago
Dr ZoidbergPost your best paradox art here. Paradox art usually looks somthing like this paradox.jpg Please make your own, dont cut and paste from the web.

Amazing, love it. Requires brain aswell as experience in PS or whatever you used. P.S. Cut and paste? You sound like a teacher, heh. (No offense)




Revenge VIP Member

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#8 13 years ago

There was a famous artist in the 1800s that specialised in optical illusions like that, but I can't remember his name. Anyone know? He did that staircase one for the first time, and one with ladders going into nowhere.




Grimme

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#9 13 years ago
Cut and paste? You sound like a teacher, heh.

:lol: I still cut and paste my homeworks, the trick is in going on kids sites and editing out big complex words/sentences. As for the 1800s guy, it'll be the Dutch MC [Masta of Ch00ns, couldn't resist that sorry] Escher, I looked it up in my optical illusions books, very clever illusions he made




Sindrevike

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#10 13 years ago
RevenThere was a famous artist in the 1800s that specialised in optical illusions like that, but I can't remember his name. Anyone know? He did that staircase one for the first time, and one with ladders going into nowhere.

M.C. Escher.




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