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Drawing stereo images by hand

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Some days ago I tried to draw a stereoscopic image by hand. I wouldn't consider it to be something special, but the technique I used might be interesting: Link

In order to view the image correctly, cross your eyes until both pictures overlap.

 

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-1 #7 abercrombie 2012-02-04 07:26
Great! You may very good at 3D graphics! Try use 3D Max now!!
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0 #6 szssdy 2011-11-15 02:08
Would it be possible to make two or three-point perspective using this technique?
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0 #5 Nion 2011-10-20 19:36
Regarding the question about more than 1 vanishing point:

I'm 80% sure, that you would need to shift all vanishing points by the same amount.

And even with three vanishing points you should be able to "synchronise" both pictures by drawing all objects connected to each other and considering that everything has to be on the same height (corner points e.g.).

However, I think the image might look distorted, if you choose multiple independent vanishing points by hand.

All that still needs a confirmation, though.
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0 #4 Nion 2011-10-17 06:06
Quoting Ian:
Wow, I gotta say, for hand drawn that's pretty amazing.
Would it be possible to make two or three-point perspective using this technique?

I guess so, but I need to think about it further.
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0 #3 Nion 2011-10-17 06:04
Quoting Kevin:
Amazing experiment !!!!!!
will you make a tutorial about stereoscopy in blender?
i've tried to achieve the same effect in blender, but it didn't worked out.

I always thought about making a tutorial on stereoscopy. When I'm in the right mood, I might do it someday. I know that's very vague statement :P

On the other hand, I think there are even addons for stereoscopy. Maybe you should just look for one of those.
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0 #2 Ian 2011-10-16 18:59
Wow, I gotta say, for hand drawn that's pretty amazing.
Would it be possible to make two or three-point perspective using this technique?
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0 #1 Kevin 2011-10-16 18:56
Amazing experiment !!!!!!
will you make a tutorial about stereoscopy in blender?
i've tried to achieve the same effect in blender, but it didn't worked out.
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