Craft & Design

If last weeks’ post on animated optical illusions left you scratching your head in confusion, then you might want to check out the scanimation-style tutorial by Paul of dude craft. He noticed some flaws in the previous tutorial, and took it upon himself to correct them.

18 thoughts on “Updated animated optical illusion tutorial

  1. Shouldn’t the spacing of the bars be 1/32″ clear and 5/32″ black, so you have 6 segments total, 1 clear and 5 black that way the pattern repeats every 3/16″, so as you move the screen you see each frame 1 by 1 with the rest hidden:

    (0=clear and #=black)

    Frame 123456
    0#####
    #0####
    ##0###
    ###0##
    ####0#
    #####0

    Stephen.

    1. Yes, Stephen is right. If you do it six times the width, you need a seventh frame of animation. If you do six frames, it should be 5 times the width. How I screwed that up is a mystery. My apologies

      -Paul

  2. Checking the stats, scores of people downloaded the Blender file I linked to in the comments of the original post. Did anyone make anything cool with it? Any questions?

  3. im doing this on Illustrator, ive made my frames using the program, i have made a grid.. i just dont know how to removing the blank spaces from my frames :/ .. need help Like Baddly.. doing a book of these for my Final major project at college :s

  4. Thank you Paul for sharing this with us. Generosity is a great gift. Let me ask you if you know if there is any source of information about the history of this easy but wonderful technique. Thank you again.

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