Monday, October 01, 2007

Forced Perspective


This picture is a good example of forced perspective. The ship in the background is actually an inch and a half long. The tombstones are different sizes with the farthest one half the size or less than the closest one.

3 Comments:

Blogger jriggity said...

excellent looking still man!

jriggity

6:11 PM  
Blogger Grant's Animation said...

Thanks jriggity. And thanks for staying interested.

12:47 PM  
Anonymous Michael Haverty said...

Atlanta’s Center for Puppetry Arts is now accepting proposals for 'XPT 2008'! We are looking for talented artists of all disciplines to submit proposals of short work (ten minutes or less) which explore and experiment with the possibilities of puppetry. Performance styles can include hand puppets, shadow theater, masks, marionettes, toy theater, object theater, stop-motion, film and video, installation art, automata, robotics, and more! The 'Xperimental Puppetry Theater' program is over 25 years old and has fostered the development of over 100 artists. Seed grants are available. There are opportunities also for performers/designers/musicians to participate in individual projects. Visit our website at http://puppet.org/perform/xpt07.shtml for the XPT application and more information. Deadline for submission is Feb. 7th.

Tell your friends! Talk it up! XPT 2008!!!

Please direct all questions to Michael Haverty, XPT Coordinator: michaelhaverty@hotmail.com 404.822.8580

9:09 AM  

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