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She Devil Anaglyph by Geosammy She Devil Anaglyph by Geosammy
3D effect created using Gimp.

To view the B&W anaglyph version of this image click here ...
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Promet-he-us Featured By Owner Mar 12, 2012   General Artist
Lovely - great depth here, I wonder what it would look like in greyscale, since the blood is irritating the view slightly.

Thank you for showing!

:typerhappy::worship::clap:
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Geosammy Featured By Owner Mar 12, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Thanks for commenting. Red tends to give off a reflection, not much can be done short of making it B&W, lowering the color saturation or changing it's color altogether.
I wanted to show the BLOOD!:mwahaha: :lol:

I'll see how it looks in gray-scale. It's more then likely that the reflection from the red will be significantly less in B&W.
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Promet-he-us Featured By Owner Mar 13, 2012   General Artist
I can understand why you wanted to show blood - I want to see it now and then, refreshing thing from time to time ;)

If you decided to publish a bw one, I am truly curious as to the outcome!
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Geosammy Featured By Owner Mar 13, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Seems as though my 3D glasses are ruined. I don't know how it happened, but there all wrinkled and wavy. :confused:
Nothings right when I look through them. I'm sending for a new pair, the letter will be in the mail today. The last time I sent for them they arrived in 3 days. I do want to redo the "She Devil" image in B&W, but need a clear pair of glasses to work with.
Until then I'll have to do something else. :depressed: I really enjoy making the 3D conversions.
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Promet-he-us Featured By Owner Mar 13, 2012   General Artist
Yes - I remember reading something like that - I got some with real hard plastic lenses on a real frame - did a lot for me and were actually affordable.
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Geosammy Featured By Owner Mar 13, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Those sound nice, but the ones I'm sending for only cost me 80 cents. That's 2 US postage stamps.
I'm not saying that I'm cheap, it's just that I don't really care. All I want is to be able to resume doing my conversions.
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Promet-he-us Featured By Owner Mar 14, 2012   General Artist
*nods* I have a pair of those, too but find the colours of mine to be slightly off, which perturbartes the 3 D effect somewhat. There is nothing wrong in trying to get some value for the buck. I am not judgemental there, heck actually I am not judging anyone, most of the time.
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Geosammy Featured By Owner Mar 14, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
The glasses I had worked great, but now there damaged.
I know you weren't faultfinding, I felt I needed to explain that's all.
No harm done all is good. :-)
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MVRamsey Featured By Owner Mar 11, 2012
Woah, this one looks like it was complicated....very cool....great job on this one...the depth is very nice.
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Geosammy Featured By Owner Mar 11, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Thanks and your right about it being complicated, it took me a couple of day just to complete the depth-map, not counting the time spent preparing what I needed of the image for the map.
I've been trying out a new way of doing my maps and this involves selecting everything in the image and putting it in order of what I feel it's depth is, then going back and coloring it. It works out alright, but I end up having sometimes 30-40 layers when done. Much like this image. Then if I add in the shadows behind everything, I can easily double all the layers. It can get pretty crazy with all those layers.
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