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Topic: Washboard, Pop art Picture thing-er. I really have no idea!  (Read 506 times)
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anafelix
« on: January 23, 2008 09:50:53 PM »

I think this is the right area to post in, and I apologize if it isn't. Anyhow. I'm not sure what these pictures are called but I've always been fascinated by them.  Can anyone tell me what they are actually called, where I can buy one, or even better, how to make one? Any help would be appreciated.


http://i132.photobucket.com/albums/q17/Vastarrayofclothes/reallycoolpleatedthing.jpg
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tantrum
« Reply #1 on: February 12, 2008 09:24:27 PM »

I just saw a tutorial on how to do this. I'm assuming it's the kind that has 3 different scenes depending on where you are standing. On a second look, perhaps this one only shows two pictures.
looking, looking...
Found it! If you can get a hold of Craft Magazine's 5th issue (try the library) there is a good tutorial  on making something similar. Their version is a mirror straight on and a different image for each side view.
The version you have a link to just takes away the straight on view by using pleated paper instead of paper slats. Hope that makes sense.
Oh and Craft didn't really know what to call it either. Op art illusion mirror sounds about right.
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