Paul Vitor Pacheco 1

December 17, 2019 1 min read

Paul Vitor Pacheco 1

This impressive diorama by Paul Vitor Pacheco is done in a 120x45x45 cm tank. The extreme perspective is gained by building an extremely steep slope in the tank (note the rear substrate line). Intricate pathways guide the eye into the distance; having larger rocks and details closer to the front glass, with smaller/finer plants to the rear complete the illusion of depth.


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