HomeDiane as ArtistA Painter's NotesSoft Eyes for 3D Painting


Soft Eyes for 3D Painting — 16 Comments

  1. I don’t see the 3D the same as in those Magic Eye pictures, but it still feels very 3D. I think a lot of this is due to the larger blocks of shapes that each have a 3D feel. I also get the reef feeling and I think this is from the blue and orange-yellow stripes… I forget which fish has those colors.

  2. Thank you both for commenting. I guess my friend was saying 3D like you are saying and because “Magic Eye” was popular at the time, I got confused about what he meant. So, 3D it is … swimming with the fish!

    So if I do the other two, I should aim for a 3D feel within each block.

    ~ Diane Clancy

  3. I dont’` undertand this composition, it is really looks like fish in the water, in my opinion it takes 5 min to paint it. good luck.

  4. you know i like it as an abstract painting, however looking at it trying to relax my eyes makes me feel like i am on the disney teacups after drinking a fifth of jim bean

    Learn how to draw

  5. Hi Diane,

    I must say you done a really good job with this painting. Indeed it really looks like a 3D painting. Very well done. It looks like a new painting style for me….and this is a good start.

  6. This was a Good post, I will bookmark this post in my Diigo account. Have a awesome evening.

  7. You have definitely a interest personal posting style and offer wonderful data. The articles are excellent to understand and you don´t use a lot ofa ads like all of the other bloggers.