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  • Color Illusion: Big Spanish Castle

    I've always liked optical illusions, but I've never seen something like this before. Just follow the instructions on the page:

    Big Spanish Castle

    Pretty trippy, huh? Any more color illusions or optical illusions/art (Escher, etc.) you could add would be fun.

    :helmet:

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    Re: Color Illusion: Big Spanish Castle

    This one never ceases to trip me out:

    http://www.grand-illusions.com/pinwheel.htm

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    • #3
      Re: Color Illusion: Big Spanish Castle

      Or maybe not.

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        Re: Color Illusion: Big Spanish Castle

        Originally posted by r8rh8rmike
        Or maybe not.
        :drunk:
        Try copying the image location (using clicker #2 on your PC mouse I think, I'm a Mac fanatic so I'm not sure) and posting it here directly as an image. Still not sure what's up with the linking problems. If you just type [ img ] http:// www. whatever.com /01.jpg [ /img ] without the spaces it should work.

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        • #5
          Re: Color Illusion: Big Spanish Castle

          Testing... test, test, 1, 2, 3...



          Welcome to my boredom.

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