3d Mural on the wall in Kyiv downtown, completed on the wall of Hydrometeorological center. The 3d mural dedicated to Ukrainian warrior and other nationalities defending our land.
A 3D optical illusions typically refers to a large-scale artwork painted directly on a wall or surface that creates a three-dimensional effect. Artists use techniques such as perspective and shading to give the illusion of depth and realism. And the main goal is making the mural appear as if it’s coming to life. So these murals are often found in public spaces. Also can be visually striking, providing a unique and immersive experience for viewers.
3D art often leverage optical illusions and trompe-l’oeil techniques to trick the viewer’s perception. Artists may use shadows, highlights, and intricate details to enhance the sense of depth and make the mural visually engaging. And these artworks can depict various scenes, from fantastical landscapes to everyday life are becoming increasingly popular for urban beautification and public art projects around the world. So the goal is to transform a flat surface into a dynamic and captivating visual experience.
So the size of 3d murals can vary widely, ranging from a small room or wall to expansive outdoor spaces. And some large-scale 3D murals cover entire building facades, creating immersive experiences for viewers. The size often depends on the artist’s vision, the location, and the intended impact.
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