When images come alive

By Yang Feiyue | China Daily | Updated: 2022-06-29 06:42
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Art by Cao Zhi. [Photo provided to China Daily]

In late 2018, Cao released his first 3D work, a red rose, and it immediately drew more than 1 million views online. "It was a huge boost for my confidence, and I began spending more time perfecting the art," he says.

It takes Cao about five hours to finish a complex image, like a galloping horse.

In the past four years, he has created more than 300 anamorphic paintings. A growing fan base has also prompted him to start online tutorials.

"I am surprised that people from abroad also approach me for tips," he says.

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