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Really 3D Image by odhinnsrunes Really 3D Image by odhinnsrunes
I was inspired by some of the photographic works of *mjranum like this one (link) , and thought it might be cool to try it in 3D. It just seemed to make sense. :)

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All you have to do is cross your eyes while looking at the image to bring the sides together. It helps if you are level with and a couple of feet from your screen. It also helps if you hold your hands in front of your eyes a couple of inches apart and about 6-8 inches from your face. This blocks your eyes from seeing the image meant for the other eye.

Your right eye should see the image on the left and your left eye should see the image on the right.

Rendered in DAZ Studio using a camera setup I came up with for this image to keep the perspectives correct. Victoria 4 and her Bikini, Hair and the Tree House in the background are all from DAZ.
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100chihuahuas Featured By Owner Aug 9, 2010  Professional Digital Artist
I like her! She is beautiful. I love how her breasts aren't like watermelons, like most of the 3D female art on DA. They're perfect
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odhinnsrunes Featured By Owner Aug 9, 2010   General Artist
Thank you very much!

I totally agree about the watermelons!
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flyashy Featured By Owner Jun 12, 2009
Absolutely Cool!!
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odhinnsrunes Featured By Owner Jun 23, 2009   General Artist
Thanks!
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flyashy Featured By Owner Jun 23, 2009
np..It was awesome!
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standardstrat40 Featured By Owner Apr 17, 2007
Oh wow. Excellent work!
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odhinnsrunes Featured By Owner Apr 18, 2007   General Artist
Thanks! I appreciate it.
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gerhardt Featured By Owner Apr 17, 2007
Pretty cool. Love the way you have achieved the end result. The low light is also nice! Cheers my friend, Gerhardt
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odhinnsrunes Featured By Owner Apr 19, 2007   General Artist
Thanks!
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Deane Featured By Owner Mar 16, 2007
Superb lighting, and a great idea to put the '3D' back into the render :)
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odhinnsrunes Featured By Owner Mar 17, 2007   General Artist
Thanks! It was just one of those, "I wonder...," things.
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kasag Featured By Owner Feb 12, 2007
nice work
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odhinnsrunes Featured By Owner Feb 12, 2007   General Artist
Thanks!
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Hekili Featured By Owner Feb 12, 2007
That is really cool.
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odhinnsrunes Featured By Owner Feb 12, 2007   General Artist
Thanks! Glad you like it.
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docpriest Featured By Owner Feb 11, 2007
The render itself is great. I especially like the way the lighting is set up. I haven't seen anything like the 3D effect on here before; it's very realistic. Nice job :nod:
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odhinnsrunes Featured By Owner Feb 11, 2007   General Artist
Thanks. It was actually surprisingly easy. All I did was to make 2 cameras that were set up identically. One offset to the left, and one to the right. Then I made a small cube and placed it between them and made the cube their parent as a position control. Then I made a small sphere in front of the cameras and set the cameras to point at the sphere. Then I made the cube it's parent. Moving the cameras is done by moving the cube. Aiming the cameras is done by moving the sphere. Place the sphere on the front of the main focal point of the image, then make it invisible. Make sure the cube and sphere are set to not cast shadows, then render once for each camera. The image from the left camera goes on the right and the image for the right camera goes on the left.

If you try it, I would like to see the results.
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Astrid109PA Featured By Owner Feb 11, 2007
Very nice! Excellent work with the light and shadows; it really adds to the realism when you try to see it in 3D.
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odhinnsrunes Featured By Owner Feb 11, 2007   General Artist
Thanks. I stared at it all day as I rendered and re-rendered to get the effect I wanted. I had quite a headache when I was done.
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mjranum Featured By Owner Feb 11, 2007
That's clever!! The image is really dark on my screen, FYI. But I like the 3d 3d idea. Hmmmm... Many possibilities there!
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odhinnsrunes Featured By Owner Feb 11, 2007   General Artist
Thanks! It is supposed to be a bit dark, that's kind of the look I was going for. I did it on an iMac with an LCD screen. LCD's are usually much brighter than CRT monitors because of the more linear contrast curves. It is a problem I have run into before. My next render will be a brighter one.
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