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    Re: Art student's car vanishing act

    That's really cool, I've seen things like that before but not with a car.
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    Re: Art student's car vanishing act

    Actually. that is a very easy thing (but time taking) thing to do. I paint so i immediately figured this out.
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    Re: Art student's car vanishing act

    Quote Originally Posted by pivotpilot
    Actually. that is a very easy thing (but time taking) thing to do. I paint so i immediately figured this out.
    You sound like an idiot. It looks complex right off the bat due to the alignment.

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    Re: Art student's car vanishing act

    Quote Originally Posted by pivotpilot
    Actually. that is a very easy thing (but time taking) thing to do. I paint so i immediately figured this out.
    Fine, you do it.

    It made me wtf at first, then I realised it was painted. It's very very good. What I hate about art like this though is that it only looks good from a certain angle

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    Re: Art student's car vanishing act

    Damn, that's really something. I didn't quite get what it was at first due to it looking transparent. I'm amazed someone at that age could do something so challenging.
    Thanks for posting this, Adam.
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    Re: Art student's car vanishing act

    First I thought she painted the car onto the wall/surface, which stuff like that has been done before, but the fact she painted the surroundings on the car is simply amazing.

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    Re: Art student's car vanishing act

    I love things like this. They're just simply amazing and must take a lot of time and talent... I remember some kids did an art project, found here and posted up some pics. It's actually pretty cool.

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    Re: Art student's car vanishing act

    Wow, that was amazing

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    Re: Art student's car vanishing act

    wow. that. is. epic.
    i can has that car? no. aww.

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