The small black and white checkerboards at the corner of the larger blocks are all alternating along the horizontal axis, but not the vertical axis. This creates a visual “shearing” effect, fooling the eye.
I would guess that alternating those checkerboards along the vertical axis instead would shear the vertical bars.
I do not see circles. I could not “see” the black Bat on neon yellow, Batman symbol untill someone pointed it out to me.
I also didn’t make out a black on yellow school zone sign, until the LEO told me there was a sign and I went back and looked for it. Took me a while to read the message, and realized my brain focusses on the yellow.
I’m slightly concerned. Or my brain filters things differently. Please point me to the circles.
Eugenia, I use my super duper T-square for almost everything for which I don’t pull threads. Remember that trick! Making drapes, so I’m back to pulling lots and lots of threads.
I have a rather severe astigmatisms so I even had to use my T-square to do my horizon line and verticals when I was doing architectural drawings and even free form paintings. I could do great natural looking trees without the square though, hee, hee, hee.
LOL Plain Jan I sure pulled some threads tonight. Knitting a lace shawl with some tiny close to cobweb yarn and I forgot to put in a life line. Of course I made a &$!@# mistake, couldn’t tink so pulled it all out. Twice. Tomorrow I start over placing a life line every 10 rows.
That T-square was the DH’s he used for drawing up train layouts or something. Now I have it hidden in my woman cave sewing room.