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October 16, 2009
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Fella as an Artist Ghost IN 3D by Kuroikii Fella as an Artist Ghost IN 3D by Kuroikii
:new: EDIT: Here's my much improved version of this entry. Click it! It's so much better! xD [link]

Okay, the rules said "anything goes" when it comes to being creative with the template. This is something that I've always wanted to try.

When thinking about costume ideas, I thought ghost might be fun. Even more relevant to deviantART would be the ghost of a painter. OOoo....! Scary, huh? I was thinking about the typical spooky noises a ghost would make, along with reaching out with the hands so I thought, "that would look so cool in 3-D... So there you go.

Disclaimer: The 3-D effect is for the cool factor and how it enhances the image. If you are not able to get the 3-D image, DO NOT FORCE IT. If your eyes start to hurt or you get a headache, STOP TRYING TO SEE THE 3-D IMAGE. I am not responsible for any headaches, eye aches/injuries, temporary or permanent. (Although I SERIOUSLY doubt any would be permanent, I have to cover my bases...)

In order to view in 3-D, you need to cross your eyes so that the two pictures merge. It will look like you have three images, the two originals on their respective sides, and in the middle will be the 3-D image. If you have trouble getting the 3-D effect, try holding a pen close to your face and focus on it with your eyes. Then slowly move the pen back towards the computer screen, while keeping it in focus.

Mind you guys, not everyone can do this, so if it doesn't work for you, for your viewing pleasure, simply choose one side of the image to look at. :meow:
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Mizuki-ShiBara Featured By Owner Apr 25, 2014  Hobbyist Artist
familyof6 Featured By Owner Aug 23, 2011   Digital Artist
how in the hell did you make the 3D effect?
Kuroikii Featured By Owner Aug 24, 2011  Student General Artist
The 3D effect was made the same way they make 3D animated films. By filtering two differing images into each eye, the illusion of depth is created. It is basically taking advantage of our sense of depth perception. In order to bring the object forward, I moved the object to the left or right just a tad in one of the pictures. This tricks the eyes into thinking that the image is closer or farther away.

So this:
[--o-] [--o-]
(same exact images)

Becomes this:

[--o-] [-o--]
(slightly different)

I hope that makes sense! ^^;

If you want to learn more about stereoscopic images (which started in the 1800s!!!) you can check out this Wikipedia article about the subject: [link] Those old, stereoscopic photographs work in the same way as this piece of artwork! (Although, they had super awesome viewing thingamabobs!:la:)
goddesstll Featured By Owner Oct 25, 2009
Thats pretty sweet! :)
Kuroikii Featured By Owner Oct 27, 2009  Student General Artist
Thank you for the comment! :3
goddesstll Featured By Owner Oct 27, 2009
you are welcome! :D
beybi Featured By Owner Oct 19, 2009
I'm so sad, i didn't get it.
But maybe i have to practise a little bit.
Kuroikii Featured By Owner Oct 19, 2009  Student General Artist
Don't worry. No one in my family can do it either. ^^; I appreciate the time you took to view it! :3
icefirechan Featured By Owner Oct 18, 2009
This is awesome :D
Kuroikii Featured By Owner Oct 18, 2009  Student General Artist
Thank you! :3
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