(Image Source: Kenglye)Inspired by Riusuke Fukahori, Keng Lye managed to come up with his own unique variation that challenges your visual sense of reality. Believe it or not, let your eyes be the judge.
A Box of Life. This is not a case of overcrowding of fish. They are fake so don’t go starting a petition. The 3D effect here is amazing but it ain’t a problem for Keng Lye.
Swimming Fish. This cute little goldfish is actually painted on a flast surface, despite havin ga shadow of its own. No secondary mediums were used. No 3D software or digital manipulation involved. You can start wow-ing now.
Little Fish. Seems like the fish will pop out of the water at any second!
Fish Pond. Place this on your living room’s table and enjoy watching visitors try to feed the fish.
Fighting Fish. It just needs 2 layers of resin to achieve the liveliness of this beautiful fighting fish.
Terrapin. To achieve the effect, the turtle’s feet are painted on a first layer of resin, then the body is painted on a second layer.
A Bucket of Life. For this bucket of fishes, it requires 10 layers of resin, and patience of course.
Alive Without Breath. The second series, such as this breathtaking work, is actually completed with additional elements like seeds, pebbles or egg shells, giving the work more depth and sense of reality.
Please don’t eat me! It’s amazing to see how incorporating pebbles can result in more persuasive 3D effects; the same trick could be done on multiple layers of resin too.
Turtles. Unlike most 3D illusions, you can view this work and still get the 3D effect from any angle. One more reason to like Keng Lye’s works.
Which work showcased above tricked your eyes? Share your thoughts in the comment and your love for such beautiful artistic work!