3D Artwork: StereoScopic 3D Images (Pt.1)

Discussion in 'Transformers Fan Art' started by PRIMEMAN3457, Sep 20, 2009.

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Which Pic Was The Best?

Poll closed Jun 15, 2012.
  1. Optimus And Demolisher

    14.3%
  2. Soundwave's Robot Mode

    28.6%
  3. Devastator

    7.1%
  4. Long Haul

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  5. All Of Them

    14.3%
  6. None

    7.1%
  7. I Don't Have Glasses

    28.6%
  1. PRIMEMAN3457

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    These Weren't Hard To Make.These Only Work In Red/Cyan Glasses (Like From Spy Kids)Some Of These Didn't Work,And This Isn't All Of Them.More Coming Soon.Here It Goes:Click On The Pics To See Larger View On The Bottom.

    Optimus Jumping On Scavenger/Demolisher

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    Soundwave's Robot Mode

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    Devastator Sucking The Desert

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    Long Haul In The Game

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  2. Blitz.

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    looking at these with my glasses only divi really works.

    Also its important to note that 3d does not work just by taking a single image and making 2 cyan and red layers. The picture has to be made up of 2 images that have to be shot from slightly different angles to work. that's why your seeing so many CGI cartoons in 3d these days because they can render out 2 slightly different shots with next to no effort needed and no special cameras like in the old days.
     
  3. PRIMEMAN3457

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    i used stereo image maker,and apparently it allowed me to use two copys of the image
    the long haul didn't really get along
     
  4. Blitz.

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    well I'm just saying that's the science behind the classic 3D films and while I'm sure soft ware can make something that looks like it should work that does not really mean it will I know I've had a crack at this myself with some what mixed results.
     
  5. PRIMEMAN3457

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    never seen a classic 3d film
    i know that you had to hold the glasses
     
  6. JakmanFirby

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    damm i lost my 3d glasses =p
     
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    primeman, if you want to encourage people to spend money on buying 3d glasses to view your work, then you first need to make sure that they are actually 3d.

    stereo image maker asks you for 'left' and 'right' images right? the images must be from different angles.

    look straight ahead. now close your right eye. now open it and close your left eye instead. the picture you see from each eye is different, as it is looking from a different angle. and the objects that are closest to you look the most different.

    this is how stereoscopic 3d works, by simulating the difference between the two images, so for objects that are out of focus the red and blue versions are very close, and for objects that are in focus red and blue are more separated out.

    look at this image:

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    you can clearly see that the part of image closest to the viewer, the arm of the front t-rex, has virtually no difference in red/blue, whereas the part furthest away, the back t-rex, has a large difference.

    making 3d images from 2d ones is very very difficult, involving manually slicing up the image into different layers and shifting the layers around accordingly, and even then will not look particuarly convincing as they will not have the correct rotation.

    if you are a 3d modeller then it is incredibly easy, you just place two cameras in a scene pointing towards each other very slightly and moved slightly to either side of each other.

    assuming that you're not a 3d modeller though, all i can suggest is try to find some video footage where the shot is panning across from left to right (or right to left too obviously) and then grab two consecutive frames.
     
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    There is no need to post any links for buying 3-D glasses if one wants to purchase them. A search outside of Radicons can easily yield that.
     
  10. PRIMEMAN3457

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    okai just put it there so you can get there faster
     
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    Damn, Damn! I lost mine :( 
     

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