For my project I used a polar grid and the radiating lines in the grid to create a fisheye illusion. First I applied the grid to the page then I placed squares and rectangles all over the page in an array of my choosing. Then I used the angle lines of the grid to connect the corners of the shapes to the center or focal point. I used my compass to find the midpoints of my lines to create a center point. Lastly I used paint to fill in the lines and complete my art work.

Media Description: Brown squares and rectangles are connected to a focal point in the center of blue concentric circles, giving the illusion that they emerge from the page.

Instructor: Everett Mcllwain

Item Credit: Ari Lantrip