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Stereoscope - Bladed Twilight by Zedrin Stereoscope - Bladed Twilight by Zedrin
I have no idea what I'm doing.

Experimenting with stereoscoping using a displacement filter. Needs some practice.

Lazy background is lazy.

Static version:

Edit: Fixed up a few things, think it looks a little bitter now.

This is interesting.
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:iconxeerinare:
Xeerinare Mar 29, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Ooh this is really cool! :)
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:iconnecroant:
Crazy stuff!
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DigitalDomain123 Aug 20, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Didn't this effect come from a Japanese Program?
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:iconzedrin:
Zedrin Aug 20, 2013  Professional Filmographer
no.

It's a displacement map, it's stock in Photoshop. You map out depth via a grayscale pattern, and it'll skew the pixels by a set amount based on how far the map diverts from 50% gray.
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DigitalDomain123 Aug 20, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Alright, thanks for clarifying.
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Baia16 Jun 24, 2013  Hobbyist
yay 3D
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:iconcobeoe:
look 3d with out tlasses
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:icondrweegee1337:
Twilightrelia is best pony.
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:iconnightshade3312:
It's close, but the spikes kill the effect slightly. Twilight was done perfectly, but the spikes look like the color was shifted and/or they were pushed over with a trail behind them. The two spikes behind her tail are not in 3-D because they look like they are supposed to be beside her, but her tail is covering them, creating a paradox.

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If you look at this cross-eyed, (I will delete from Imgur if you wish) it may make it easier to see that the trail behind the spikes on the right and the two spikes behind the tail kill the effect a little. Just some observations from someone who has done a lot of experimentation with cross-eyed stereoscopy and has made the same mistakes before haha. Also, there is a slight trail behind her horn as well. Excellent try though, and its a good stock image to make into a 3-D, just some tweaks need to be made to the spikes. I want to see the next rendition!
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