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3D Video Game Art That Looks Good Even Without Glasses

3D Video Game Art That Looks Good Even Without Glasses

Look, we know you’re looking at a screen without the benefit of red and blue lenses right now. But don’t let that stop you from admiring that Chun Li artwork. It’s good, isn’t it?

Every year, the Toronto Comics Arts Festival mounts a gallery show that has comics artists and professional illustrators creating work that draws from video games. This time around, the theme is old-school anaglyphic 3D and features contributions from cool people like Kyle Fewell, Kris Mukai and Ashley Davis. If you’re lucky enough to be at TCAF this weekend, you can hit up the Bit Bazaar zine/arcade event and the other events detailed here and take in all the talent on display. Don’t worry, they will have glasses for you.

3D Video Game Art That Looks Good Even Without Glasses
3D Video Game Art That Looks Good Even Without Glasses
3D Video Game Art That Looks Good Even Without Glasses
3D Video Game Art That Looks Good Even Without Glasses
3D Video Game Art That Looks Good Even Without Glasses
3D Video Game Art That Looks Good Even Without Glasses
3D Video Game Art That Looks Good Even Without Glasses
3D Video Game Art That Looks Good Even Without Glasses
3D Video Game Art That Looks Good Even Without Glasses
3D Video Game Art That Looks Good Even Without Glasses
3D Video Game Art That Looks Good Even Without Glasses
3D Video Game Art That Looks Good Even Without Glasses

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