How to Draw 3D Stairs

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Stairs go by many names. Depending on where you are from, you may refer to them as a stairwell, a staircase, a stairway, or a flight of stairs… Read more

How to Draw a 3D Hole

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Many modern artforms strive for a three-dimensional appearance. What does it mean to be 3D? An image is considered 3D when it appears to have depth – just as we view truly three-dimensional objects in… Read more

How to Draw an Impossible Hexagon

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What is an impossible object? Also called impossible figures or undecidable figures, these drawings are a type of optical illusion. The two-dimensional figure appears three-dimensional, yet the geometry is unlike… Read more

How to Draw Impossible Stairs

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Impossible stairs – also called Penrose stairs, Penrose steps, continuous staircase, or the impossible staircase – is a type of optical illusion called an impossible object. The illusion is created as the brain tries to perceive the two dimensional drawing as a… Read more

How to Draw an Impossible Heart

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What is an impossible object? Impossible objects, such as this impossible heart, are optical illusions. Our brains are programmed to interpret two-dimensional drawings such as this one as… Read more

How to Draw an Impossible Star

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What is an impossible object? Also called impossible figures or undecidable figures, these objects are two-dimensional drawings that create an optical illusion… Read more

How to Draw an Impossible Square

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The impossible square is a type of impossible object, also known as an impossible figure or undecidable figure. It is a type of optical illusion in which a three-dimensional drawing is interpreted by the eyes and brain as a… Read more

How to Draw an Impossible Cube

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What is an impossible cube? Also called an irrational cube, this optical illusion was created by Dutch artist M. C. Escher in 1958. His lithograph print Belvedere depicts a building, based on the impossible cube, that seems to defy the laws… Read more

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