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Mostly because the Dutch artist, who’s largely self-taught, specialises in 3D optical illusion drawings.
Blurring the line between art and reality, Bruin uses a trompe l’oeil effect to make his sketches really pop.
Butterflies flutter off the page, buildings stand several stories tall and Great White sharks circle menacingly on the sketch pad.
To bring the drawings to life, he uses shading techniques and then photographs them from just the right angle. Thereby creating his signature optical illusion effect. He sometimes adds props like pencils into the composition to further blue the lines.
He uses a combination of graphite and colored pencils, ink and acrylics for his drawings.
And now he’s experimenting with a new style – multi-layered illusion. Here, he draws on multiple sheets of paper to create a layered 3D effect. Which means he can draw buildings rising up from the page.
Ramon said: ‘My wife thinks my artwork is very impressive. She sees me working but it is still hard for her to distinguish whether what I have on the paper is drawn or real.’
Fine if it’s a tiny boat. Slightly disconcerting if it’s a Great White shark circling on your dining room table.