Incredible optical illusions series named “Alive Without Breath” is created by Keng Lye, a Singapore-based artist, who meticulously and carefully applies layers upon layers of acrylic paint onto clear resin to create these lifelike 3D paintings, vivid fish, frog, tortoise, etc.
Hyper-realistic Aquatic Wildlife 3D Paintings Painted in Layers of Resin
Photorealistic 3D paintings look like 3D printers work
Amazingly lifelike 3D painted octopus and fish
3D paintings on artist's hand
Floral hair ornaments handcrafted by Japanese artist Sakae
Hyperrealistic oil paintings of feminine portraits
Stunning digital illustration called "Living Sketch"
Incredibly realistic paintings by Patrick Kramer
Ocean coffee tables made out of natural stone and resin that represents the ocean
Lifelike paintings by Robin Eley
India wants to use 3D optical illusions as speed breakers
3D effects by layers of color
Spanish artist created incredibly realistic digital paintings by using fingers
Optical illusion murals by anonymous street artist
Before and after drawings tell us "practice makes perfect"
Lifelike Food Bookmarks
3D artworks by a self-taught man engaged in drawing for less than 4 years
Funny exhibition of 3D interactive art in China
Resin sculptures look like exploding books frozen in time
Impressive make-up and face-painting characters by self-taught face painter & makeup artist
Amazingly realistic 3D illusion paintings