Anamorphosis, the technique of making hand drawn sketches appear 3D from certain angles, is a remarkable enough skill on its own.
But like all good artists, Dutch illustrator Ramon Bruin brings personality as well as technical ability to his work.
His vivid and slightly creepy snakes, spiders and birds have a gothic quality about them that makes the fact they're jumping out of the page all the more alarming.
Bruin is also good at adding other objects like candles, pencils or even his own hand to interact with drawings and heighten the 3D affect.
Check out his work below, then scroll down to compare it to some of the other 3D art we've covered recently.
Which do you think is the best?
Leon Keer's pop surrealist 3D art:
David Zinn's playful 'monsters' 3D street art: