Funny Doodles on Transparency Interacting with Real World
Storyboard artist Marty Cooper makes hilarious cartoons and bringing them to the real world using just transparencies in his creative project that he calls his “doodle-ramblings”. Each piece is made up on the spot, once he’s done doodling, he holds it in position and uses forced perspective photography to make the doodle interact to its background.
Here’s how cooper created the above image using his doodle with forced perspective photography.
See many more funny, interactive doodles on Cooper’s Tumblr.
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