Tiles by ElementInfinity

So I moved into a new house. I looked at the floor and I saw a series of tiles, all in the shape of a rhombus. Then I thought "This is awesome!". I stared at the ground for at least five minutes, and then I realized that just one shape, multiplied several times in several different ways can create different effects.

Then I chose one combination. The ones above are not just complete shapes, but a combination of complete shapes that can create a sense of perspective.

When we see the overlying combination, we may already make out a certain cubic shape for example. But when we see the larger overlying combination of rhombus shapes in relation to the underlying smaller combination of rhombus shapes, we may realize that the two together can create an effect in which a cube lies next to a cube but the 'vanishing point' is beyond the bottom right corner of the image.

In order to see it though, you will need to ignore the rhombus at the top and to the left side of each combination of shapes.

See it?

When you see that, you can look for other perspectives within the piece.

Copyright © . ElementInfinity // Abel First-Quao 2011/12

You may not alter or reproduce this image.

This work may not be used for the purposes mentioned below:
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If I find that this image has been altered or reproduced in whole or partially I will take legal action.

Any and all brushes found in this piece were downloaded freely from MyPhotoshopBrushes.com, FBrushes.com, Brusheezy.com and BrushesDownload.com.

Any and all textures in this piece were downloaded freely from TextureKing.com, FudgeGraphics.com, BittBox.com, and NaldzGraphics.net

If you have any questions, I’ll be happy to answer them ^..^

Have an ossum day :)

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  • leiko


    Great design and colors. You have a good feel for aesthetics, which is awesome. However, there are a few technical things which could improve your work, and bring it to the next level.

    I feel as though this piece is beautiful, especially from the regular view, but the full view is disappointing, because it lacks crispness, clean edges, and an overall HD feeling. If it was more crisp in at least some areas, it would help bring the piece to the next level, mainly due to the color scheme and shapes you have going. There are pieces which look good with soft edges, but I think this would look better with hard edges. It almost feels as though it is out of focus, or printed on a piece of cotton.

    I also think this would be a great wallpaper, if it was more crisp, and higher in resolution.

    Nov 27th, 2011 Reply
    • ElementInfinity


      Thank you SO MUCH for your suggestions. I understand your disappointment with the resolution and 'crispiness' of the piece.

      I'm making it a point to redo this piece so I can 'take it to the next level'. Thanks again. =]

      Also, I'd like to post a link to the new piece (so you can see the improvement, hopefully :P) when I finish it. I really admire your point of view.

      Nov 28th, 2011 Reply
  • laggtastic


    Hey new stuff dude?:D Cool^^ I like the textures you worked into this, I see it's also your new wallpaper?=D

    Aug 7th, 2011 Reply