1. Nice one, it made hit replay thrice to see if I could catch clues the real size of things ๐Ÿ™‚ . I was almost expecting something would happen to the table and the white door/cabonet on the right

  2. Thanks for this one, Richard, it’s particularly clever and fun ๐Ÿ˜€ I always enjoy these forced perspective images and videos and this is delightful ๐Ÿ˜€ Thanks again ๐Ÿ™‚

  3. How was that done? Particularly, how could Richard be in the room one minute, go out and then just put his hand in to take something tiny out? I did notice that the left wall bends over to the right. Other than that, I’m pretty clueless.

  4. Reblogged this on WrAnTz and commented:
    Every week Richard sets my mind clanking and grinding away in amazement. I can’t even believe my own eyes anymore. Here is his latest.
    Thanks Richard

  5. It’s pretty good. But there are some cues from lack of focus on the nearby objects. This would work better if the overall quality of the video weren’t so good. Still, I quite enjoyed it (and did not pick up on the painting initially).

  6. I couldn’t watch it at work, but given the title of the post and screenshot of the video, I realised what it was all about and pretty much guessed everything correctly even before watching the whole video.

  7. I spotted the doll house chair and the over-sized cup and saucer before starting the video. I suspected the other cup and saucer of being tiny, but I was wrong and the portrait was a total surprise. Nice job.

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