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Stereoscopic Miko by n-san Stereoscopic Miko by n-san
Got interested in some stereoscopic pics and wanted to learn how it was done. Checked up on it online and tried it out with this first example. I took a Tony Taka pic and altered it with the information i learned. It turned out better than i thought.

I have a 19" monitor, and keeping your head about 2-3 feet away should get you some good results.

If you are new to stereoscopic pics, you try to cross your eyes to combine the two pictures into one. Then it should look 3D.

I just used photoshop to alter the picture, no special programs required.
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juliaofukai Featured By Owner Jan 23, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
ThePhantomEmir Featured By Owner Dec 5, 2013
This looks fantastic in Stereoscopic 3D.
LeonMello Featured By Owner Apr 16, 2013
Nice job, nice and very sexy!!
HotPinkSexFiend Featured By Owner May 12, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Holy shit. . .
DAT ASS!!! in 3D!
voidsource Featured By Owner Feb 9, 2012  Student Artist
did you used a depth map or did u just moved it, skew it etc...?
n-san Featured By Owner Jun 8, 2013
Oh gawd, my account is still here. I haven't been back for years. For your answer, i just moved it with the cut and paste method and by eye. Just trial and error. Depth map that sounds interesting I will have to take a look at that. Seems like an easier way.
voidsource Featured By Owner Jun 16, 2013  Student Artist
definately use depth maps, so much easier.
Shrackner Featured By Owner Aug 5, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
remboy3000 Featured By Owner Apr 7, 2011
Wow this is awesome! Will you be making more stereoscopic images? I tried to make one with Miku Hatsune (the vocaloid) but I wasn't very experienced enough and I didn't have much time on my hands. At least I get the basic idea of cutting, pasting and moving (even though sometimes I fail at that). Please make more >_<
BigDaddyWingnut Featured By Owner Mar 30, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I'd love to be able to d/l this as an .mpo file to view on my 3DS...
alexandros-ch Featured By Owner Feb 17, 2010  Professional Digital Artist
awesome!!!!the depth is perfect...and you did this without a 3D softare???people are unbelievable
Nef-Darknigth Featured By Owner Dec 25, 2009
I don't get it
x-KaMpF-x Featured By Owner Apr 13, 2009
I'm very curious - how did you edit the image to make it stereoscopic? I took some pictures earlier to upload for a stereoscopic effect where I had to physically move the camera. After I saw this and read that you had simply edited the picture, I began experimenting in CS3, but I can't figure it out. Care to enlighten me? :)
n-san Featured By Owner Dec 16, 2009
Sorry for the late reply. I just haven't been on the board in a long time. Anyways, to answer your question. Here are the steps.
1) mirror/copy the picture, and place it beside the original.
2) pick one side to do your adjustments. left, or right doesn't matter
3) I just picked the right one to adjust
4) to make a item stick-out, just cut it out eg. the broom and move it outward, or in my case I choose the right side, so cut-out the broom and move it 3-5mm (or more) to the right it will then "stick out" more than the other parts
5) repeat for other parts, you can also move objects to the left to make them seem farther away, than your base or middle layer

PS. May need to "fill in" the parts you cut out, you'll know when you try it out.

My next experiments are to morph the objects in order to make the "3D" look more realistic, soo far it looks very layered and not a smooth 3D transition.
n-san Featured By Owner Dec 16, 2009
> 4) to make a item stick-out, just cut it out eg. the broom
> and move it outward, or in my case I choose the right
> side, so cut-out the broom and move it 3-5mm (or more) to
> the right it will then "stick out" more than the other
> parts

Remember this move is relative, so if other parts are moved to look closer then you need to adjust closer parts more

1) the cloning tool is your friend when you need to fill in those holes after moving some parts
2) keep parts in layers for easy adjustments
3) computer too slow, reduce your size/resolution
Royce-Barber Featured By Owner Mar 15, 2013  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
thank you for giving that mini-tutorial! i want to make a bunch of stereoscopic images. could you put this little tutorial into the image description?
Cleocatra Featured By Owner Mar 25, 2009  Student General Artist
Generally a bit too large to be done comfortably. Would be better 3/4 the size.

Still, good going! Nicely 3D
n-san Featured By Owner Dec 16, 2009
Yes, i found it easier to view it as a smaller image, will adjust in the future. Thanks for tip.
NoughtySpankbottom Featured By Owner Mar 12, 2009
Brilliant bottom, very nicely done.
n-san Featured By Owner Mar 7, 2009
I would suggest you download it and view full screen with your standard picture viewer for best results.
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