Emma-Jane Cammack – Body Paint Part II

Emma-Jane Cammack, a freelance body painter whose photos we published week ago, created another gallery dedicated only to optical illusions. She creates all sort of bodypaint, but my favorite ones are those involving camouflage and illusions. You can see some of the examples below. All 3 of these were already featured in one way or another, without the body paint touch. Which one is your favorite? Can you tell, apart from the camouflage part, what is the illusion in them? If you’re asking yourselves how come I haven’t posted so often lately, it’s partly because of a slow connection I have here. Those of you who haven’t heard, I’m on vacation (Korcula again in Adriatic see). Another reason could be because I’m diving a lot, swimming and going out – so little time is left for me to update the website. But have no fear… I’ll find extra hour or two daily to do some work on Moillusions – best optical illusion website on the net! Enjoy!



52 Replies to “Emma-Jane Cammack – Body Paint Part II”

  1. Awesome! One of the best I’ve seen on the site so far I reckon, mainly because the backing pictures are all classic famous illusions. The third one with the girl is insanse because you actually have to stare quite hard to see where she ends and the wall begins!

  2. probably not first post, but hey, since everyone does it I might as well…
    first post?

    strangely, i like the hand one best

  3. Its ovious that its not painted on them what i think they did was take a picture of a persons head or hand which ever picture and then put the black nad white patterns on the top of the body in paint shop pro or something like that its really obvious!!

  4. woah

    woah

    woah

    thats the cleanest painting i have seen yet… there have been a few like this before on this site.. but maybe its cause they only did black and white, and not an entire spectrum…
    really sweet. i almost missed the last one.x P

  5. Cool illusions, but could you please try to keep the nearly naked people to a minimum? I find it offensive. Thank you.

  6. Wow… Taking out the second, which is quite obvious, you can’t tell these are body paint until you pay attention…

  7. I think the third illusion is the most well-done. Something about the woman’s face seems like it was drawn right in to the picture itself. And I didn’t even notice her legs at the end until a couple of second ago…

  8. First? Realy cool, I like how the first is linked with the ‘black dots’ illusion. The last one took me a while to see the whole woman.

  9. Oh, wow! These are good ones. The first one and the last ones are the best; it took me a while to see them. I think the second one is rather creepy because of the eyes. Keep adding those illusions!!

  10. hm… thats cool, the illusion works very well on the first one 999,999,999,999,999,999,999,999,999,999,999,999,999,999th comment

  11. First comment? Probably not -.-
    All these illusions ROCK, but I took a while fore me to see the person on the bottom one. WOW!

  12. last one is the best!!!!!!!!!!!! there are two or more optical illusions in each one but three ways the last one is best lol

  13. i like the hand one the best because it looks like the hand is behind the painting and in front of it at the same time

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