Belvedere Illusion model


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Belvedere Illusion model

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Added 3 years ago

The Illusion model of M.C Escher's "Belvedere" Lithograph. It turned out a bit messy and I could only get a half decent render of it in the orthographic …

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Keywords: M.C, Escher
Gallery: 3d art
Tools: 3DS Max
Categories: Abstract, Architecture
Usage Rights: Limited use with credits
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Nick Carter (3 years ago)Inappropriate?
Ah Ah Ah, Fantastic insanity!!!
3DCheapskate (Pete Williams) (3 years ago)Inappropriate?
Marvellous attempt at the impossible ! :D
(I guessed (wrongly) that you were going to split the model into top/bottom halves, rotate the top, and then fiddle to make the columns line up. That might still be worth a try...)
Ivy (3 years ago)Inappropriate?
Great job, you defiantly caught how angles can play its roll in creating the illusion.
Eventmobil (3 years ago)Inappropriate?
Hahaaa, you're crazy, mate ;-)
Awsome idea, you have come extremely close already!!
I truely love your spirit of trying the impossible here :-) Kudos!!
Dana Robinson (3 years ago)Inappropriate?
wow! I didnt know you could represent his work in 3D, thats just crazy smart!
Helleshoj (3 years ago)Inappropriate?
Very well done.
Some more deformation of the upper story may still get the pillars "straight" seen from this angle. That is what Escher did in his work: stretching the perspective to fit.
Joe Jarrah (3 years ago)Inappropriate?
I like what youve done with this "Escher" version!

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