Sometimes, when I work on some designs, the everything looks fine except the overall frame (I don't know how should I describe it).

For example, see these 2 designs:

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And here is how I see them overall, respectively:

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I don't think it's just with me. Something must be there, because it happens sometimes, not every time.

So what's the basic reason of it? And what things one should keep in mind while designing so that such things do not happen?

  • I don't see those perspective shifts at all. – Zach Saucier Aug 24 '19 at 16:16
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    I think that's an awesome question and psychology of perception can help us answer this. It's definitely not opinion based – curious Aug 24 '19 at 16:33
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    The first image is extremely poorly balanced apart from having all the elements bad arranged: the perspective of the table points to the sky, the shadows go in any direction, there is no matching structural line. In particular, I would not choose it as an example at all. – user120647 Aug 24 '19 at 16:46
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    I didn't know it was your design, anyway it has a lot of mistakes. Just have a look to your other questions/answers about the same kind of things and try to follow them. – user120647 Aug 24 '19 at 16:59
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    Astigmatism causes squares to not look like squares. It has actually little to do with "blurred vision". – Scott Aug 24 '19 at 22:54

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