Nancy Liang’s Animated GIFS Of Landscape Scenes

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I was scavenging the Web earlier today to get some remnants and then pack them up, refurbish them into one and make it look good in your sight, then I came across this post on illusion.scene.360.com


Sydney-based illustrator Nancy Liang uses dark, nearly abandoned landscapes to tell intriguing stories. Using textured papers and mixed media, she draws out social, cultural, and personal narratives. Each scene contains subtle movements like a flickering light, billowing chimney smoke, and even a floating van. These small animated details, shown in the moonlight, add a sense of eeriness and vulnerability as we witness the quiet, unexplained moments in these small towns.

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© Nancy Liang
Courtesy: illusion.scene.360.com

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