3D Cartoons That Use A Clever Technique To Trick Your Brain.
HuskMitVavn is a Danish artist that has turned his black and white drawings into real life. He manipulates the paper he draws on to create 3-dimensional cartoons. He merges the 2D world with the 3D world by crumpling, folding, and ripping the paper he draw on. He does it so well and strategically that his drawings literally look like they're jumping off the page.
His drawings usually consist of everyday struggles including opening a can of food running out of toilet paper, and so forth. Check out some of his cool drawings below!
Ironing out the wrinkles.
Half of the paper is crumpled up to look like a piece of wrinkled fabric that needs to be ironed out.
What's your ice cream flavor?
A piece of the paper is ripped out to look like actual ice cream being scooped out.
A little boy going ice fishing.
Use of the same piece of paper to create two different platforms with the hole (the hole in the ice pond) connecting the two.
A young man passed out underneath a table after a wild party.
The paper is folded over to create the illusion of a table with drawn table legs to connect the two platforms.
A basketball player landing a heavy dunk.
The paper is ripped where the hoop is supposed to be to emphasize the heaviness of the dunk.
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