Escher , This analysis copyright Scott M. The Image Click here to see a larger version. Man, I love M. And Relativity is one of my favorites. The Perspective Escher uses three point perspective for Relativity. Usually when we use three point perspective two of the vanishing points are on the horizon and the third is either above the zenith or below the nadir.
Never-Ending Staircase Right-angles on a small structure present an opportunity for fantastic optical trickery and this never-ending staircase is a perfect example of this principle! Escher Scene Looking like a page straight from the scrapbook of famous illusory paintier M. Escher, this fantastic scene features Lego men moving up and down staircases at impossible angles. Impossible Triangle Image via Legoland discount tickets A common but never disappointing optical illusion built from Lego is the so-called impossible triangle. Achieved by using a deceivingly slanted block to top the highest point of the triangle and give the impression of a change in direction, this illusory Lego construct serves as a perfect example of the wonders that can be achieved using only small toy building blocks.
That means "outlines only"-- you paint or draw the interior Instructions: Make sure that the printing hasn't changed the heigh-to-width proportions: If possible, print onto thick, stiff paper or light cardboard. Cut out the whole shape. Be sure that the decorated fish parts and the gray tab areas remain attached.