Pixels to Print: Forced Perspective

August 29, 2019

Forced Perspective is an optical illusion that makes objects appear larger, smaller, farther or closer than they appear. Using both eyes, we can get a sense of depth in space allowing us to tell how far something is. When only one eye (or camera lens) is being used, this ability of sensing depth is flattened to one focal point, or perspective. And with that, some interesting things can happen!

Have a look at these 10 examples of Forced Perspective, it just might spark a fresh idea for your next campaign.

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