Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Trompe L'oeil Table

gives the appearance of a glass table showing the legs of interesting characters underneith
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Painted to look like the lower halves of the people sitting at it are various characters or animals. Cloven hoofed satyr, sexy saloon girl in net stockings, elephant, lion, clown, etc.

For extra hijinks, show the characters engaged in various shennanagins. Hiding aces in their boots, playing footsies with other characters, that sort of thing.

Could be a tablecloth as well.

doctorremulac3, Dec 09 2013

Alan Jones http://www.phinnweb...nes/pic/aljones.jpg
girl furniture (totally kitsch, and totally non pc actually) [xenzag, Dec 11 2013]


       "I see a problem with your parallax."   

       "Yeah, well yours aren't so great either."
MaxwellBuchanan, Dec 11 2013

       Well, if you've only got guests sitting on two sides of a long table and you're at the head, you could use lenticular printing on the table surface to give a decent image for guests looking at the person across for them. Of course looking down the table, legs wouldn't line up. I don't see any information on dual-angle lenticular printing. Is that even possible?
scad mientist, Dec 11 2013


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