The internet goes crazy over the oddest of things, and now, if you found the panda, try the cat in another illustration posted by the same artist.
- This is the second illustration by Dudolf
- The first one reached over 75,000 likes and 143,000 shares
Hungarian artist, Gergely Dudás, became a bit of a sensation across the internet after he posted his viral find the panda challenge. Thousands of people across Facebook and Twitter went mad about the puzzle, trying to spot a black and white bear in a sea of white snowmen. It was holiday themed, so there might’ve been a good reason why it went viral.
However, there’s no such explanation for cats.
Gergely Dudás, or Dudolf, has not stopped there with his works, and instead introduced the world to another puzzle. Some have spotted the panda in 10 seconds, while others are still searching, and some have even given up. Whichever category you fall in, there is now a chance to start perusing through a new puzzle.
The picture is littered with colored owls, among which there is a cat. And, yes, there is a cat there. It would be no surprise if there was none, as the art of internet trolling takes many forms, but this isn’t one of them. There have been questions, be it serious or joking, on wether they’re all owls and that there is no cat. But it’s not a trap.
Again, the cat is in there somewhere. And, yet again, it’s near an owl, of course.
Some have deemed it easier, others harder, but most have participated anyway. This particular find the cat challenge is likely to reach the same popularity as the panda. It has now gone viral on both Facebook and Twitter, with friends challenging each other and others just calling it quits or shenanigans.
The picture is created in a similar style, a string of hand-drawn illustrations, that are colored this time around. There are a few bits of red once again in there to capture attention, and perhaps divert the eyes. Not to mention the fact that the difference between a cat and owl in this particular style is so minute that it makes it harder to spot.
Once again though, there is a solution.
SPOILER ALERT for those who have not given up yet and do not want to know. The cat is grey in the bottom left corner of the picture. It’s the second illustration, third row from the bottom. The difference is just in the nose, so it’s understandable if it took a while to spot.
Image source: twitter.com/thedudolf