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Crazy Night. 3D-Stereogram by 3Dimka Crazy Night. 3D-Stereogram by 3Dimka
So far this is my favorite stereogram I ever made. The scene was challenging from the very beginning, if someone ever tried to make a stereogram of a skeleton I bet he/she was very disappointed with result. The reason is lots of thin objects (ribs and bones) which are a nightmare for a stereogram creator. It was a good exam for my techniques and after 8 hours I was finally satisfied with result.

So here they are - crazy skeletons, how many can you count?
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SamuFinland Featured By Owner Mar 9, 2015
AMAZING!!!
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rommeldrawlines-12 Featured By Owner Jan 20, 2013  Student Traditional Artist
i must watch you..i love stereograms
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WaterLily-Gems Featured By Owner Mar 19, 2012  Student General Artist
I nearly fell out of my chair when I saw this. Incredible work!
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KayteeTheArtist Featured By Owner Mar 17, 2010
This is one of the best... no, THE best magic eye image I've ever seen! Outstanding work!
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3Dimka Featured By Owner Mar 18, 2010
Thank you! This is also one of my firsts made in this style.
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GilTheEvilFish Featured By Owner Aug 28, 2008  Hobbyist General Artist
this one kicks ass! my goal is to someday work my skill up to your level.
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3Dimka Featured By Owner Aug 29, 2008
Thanks, it's pretty simple now when there is Stereogram Lab
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crimsonsiren Featured By Owner Mar 24, 2008
I see seven crawling around the church. I like the one in the back.
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patmax17 Featured By Owner Dec 17, 2007  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
hey, this one is just awesome!

cool! :D
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:icon3dimka:
3Dimka Featured By Owner Dec 18, 2007
thank you :)
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ratgirl14 Featured By Owner Oct 17, 2007
This is the coolest stereogram I`ve ever seen!
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:icon3dimka:
3Dimka Featured By Owner Oct 17, 2007
thanks, this one of my firsts :)
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Azringe Featured By Owner Oct 15, 2007   Photographer
Awesome job! OMG, today i discovered the stereograms and i began searching for new stuff, and i saw your work. The other guy is right: seven 3d skels and 1 church!
Excelent :clap:
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3Dimka Featured By Owner Oct 15, 2007
thanks and good job on counting the skeletons :)
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drakedrakedrake Featured By Owner Oct 4, 2007
7 if i'm not counting all wrong ;)
really nice work :D
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3Dimka Featured By Owner Oct 4, 2007
good job, thank you
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dragon-fawn Featured By Owner Mar 27, 2007
wow thats and awsome stereogram I cant imagine how hard it would be to make all the little skeletons like that
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3Dimka Featured By Owner Mar 27, 2007
thanks, yeah, it took me 8 hours. that was fun though...
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Tomer-DA Featured By Owner Feb 21, 2007  Hobbyist Photographer
nice work man :)
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3Dimka Featured By Owner Feb 21, 2007
tnx, i appreciate it
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Xerces Featured By Owner Dec 15, 2006  Professional Artisan Crafter
amazing! i love these things =D
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Steenaire Featured By Owner Nov 16, 2006
Very awesome! I agree with Aixrotciv, it does remind me of something like the holiday of Dia de los Muertos that they have in various Latin American countries.

It looks like they're planning to siege the church or something... I especially like the little guy peeking from aroung the corner!
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3Dimka Featured By Owner Nov 16, 2006
thanks, I had lot of fun posing them :)
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aphaits Featured By Owner Nov 16, 2006  Hobbyist General Artist
nice :D
although I prefer the cross-eye method than the parrarel,
cause it's much much easier for me :P
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3Dimka Featured By Owner Nov 16, 2006
thanks, I ocasionally make cross-eyed stereograms too, check my scraps - [link]
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aphaits Featured By Owner Nov 16, 2006  Hobbyist General Artist
I have a few stereo pics in my gallery too :)
but mostly photograps and 3d's, no texture depths like most of yours :D
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3Dimka Featured By Owner Nov 16, 2006
Shell check them out then. I take 3D photographs as well - [link]
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Senecal Featured By Owner Sep 15, 2006  Professional Digital Artist
These are great. I love the little guy in the front stepping on the other one to climb up.

Really nice work!
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3Dimka Featured By Owner Sep 16, 2006
Thanks very much Senecal, I appreciate it :)
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zour Featured By Owner Jul 19, 2006  Hobbyist Photographer
Brilliant piece of work!
I wasn't aware what is possible with stereograms.
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3Dimka Featured By Owner Sep 16, 2006
Thanks so much, it's difficult but possible, as you can see ;)
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3Dimka Featured By Owner Jul 19, 2006
Thanks, I appreciate it.
I would say no one has made anything similar before. It's doable but just lots of work....
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Aixrotciv Featured By Owner May 25, 2006
oh wow very nice. It reminds me of mexico (though I've never been to mexico). Yes I'm a bit wierd O_o

Have some :cheese: you deserve it!

:clap: :boogie: :dance:
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3Dimka Featured By Owner May 26, 2006
thanks.
ok, let it be mexican crazy night then :) LOL
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Fused0001 Featured By Owner May 24, 2006
that is awesome. you did a great job with this. I love how each and every skeloton is different.
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3Dimka Featured By Owner May 24, 2006
Thanks a lot for comments, Fused, I appreciate it :D
Yes, I had lots of fun seting poses of the skeletons
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Fused0001 Featured By Owner May 25, 2006
no problem
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Leonardo-Bjork Featured By Owner Apr 12, 2006
I really like the way this one comes out with a lot of shape and depth... :)
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3Dimka Featured By Owner Apr 12, 2006
Thanx, but I'm confused what way you're viewing them, parallel or crossed?
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Leonardo-Bjork Featured By Owner Apr 14, 2006
I have been viewing them parallel but I like to check them crossed too. The crossed eye usually will invert the 3D effect but on some it still works to a point. I can fix my eyes quicker in crossed so I will usually look at it first this way. I have not really tried to much in the magic eye field my self, from samples I have seen before didn't intrest me to much but after seeing yours I am. I would have to do some good reading up on that. I look forward to seeing more of yours. Have you done any other types of 3D?
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3Dimka Featured By Owner Apr 14, 2006
I make both types of stereogram for parallel and cross-eyed view. Prefer parallel though.

There's Yahoo discussion group at yahoo - [link]
Usually we share our tricks there. It's by-email distributive forum, but you can read messages in archive as well.

This is not very popular art, so it'll be hard to find much info on it, but from another hand it opens huge undiscovered field of art. Since you're familiar with 3D modeling tools, it could be interesting for you ;)

As for other types of 3D, well I love stereo-3D. I take 3D photographs and make anaglyphs (remember funny red/cyan glasses) It's most popular way to share 3D photographs in the internet. I'd like to play with lenticular too, but it's kind of expensive...
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Leonardo-Bjork Featured By Owner Apr 15, 2006
I only just recently got into making anything 3D. I always liked it and the Idea of it and not to long ago after seeing a TV show broadcasted in 3D and the glasses were in the TV guide I started to mess around with it. I am still experimenting with it and researching it. I have taken just a few 3D photos my self. I like taking 2D images and making them into a 3D image as you have seen the skull with the flames. That was just a flat image and only one picture, I made the right eye view with some manipulations. That was my first real attempt at that I mean other than a floating flat image. Though I did push the envelope pretty far and there is a lot of ghosting in that one.

For any image editing or manipulations I only use Adobe Photo Elements 2. I can make some 3D effects in there with a lot of work but... To mix the color channels for the red and cyan I use a converter from 3Djournal.com, This is the easiest way to make them I found. The easy and cheep way for 3D photos too.

3D photos I use one digital camera to take both shots just by sliding the camera slightly to the left for the right eye view. I now have a Bogan slide bar for this which makes a nice clean shot easier. I think I paid around $50. For that. I also now have a Loreo Lens In A Cap 3D lens splitter which it pretty cool too, I paid about a $100. For the lens, it’s cheaper for a film camera though. The only thing about the lens is it will put both images in one frame so the final view is only half the original frame size. These can be viewed as is in 3D with a viewer or slightly edited for other types of viewing. I find the slide bar works the best as long as there is no movement in the subject between shots. For any movement the lens would be best because both pictures are taken at the same moment.


If you are interested in any of the gadgets I mentioned I will find you the links to them. Oh, I also know were you can get some of the latest Anachrome and Mirachrome glasses for good pices.
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3Dimka Featured By Owner Apr 16, 2006
Of course I'm familiar with all stuff you described. I've seen that "Medium" TV show with anaglyph episodes, I know 3djournal too, however never been subcribed to. Slidebar and loreo beamsplitter never sutisfied me so I finally bought 2 sony cameras and Lanc sheperd controller for syncronization. Works very well ;)

I still have my anaglyph gallery online at [link] , feel free 2 visit
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Leonardo-Bjork Featured By Owner Apr 17, 2006
Wow! You really got some nice pics there... Ya the two camera deal would and is the best I guess other than an actual 3D camera, though it's a bit pricey for me to get into. I been thinking of riging up something for that my self. I don't care to much about the beamsplitter either but maybe I will find a good use for it. If it had an adjustment between the split would be a little better for making diferent types of 3D. Well I really like the stuff you have been posting here to so I will start looking into how it's done right like yours... :) Keep up the great work with it!
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3Dimka Featured By Owner Apr 17, 2006
thanks a lot for compliments. 2 used Sony DSC-V1 cost me $300 at ebay total. Plus optional sinc lanc shepherd controller, quite expensive though.
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smilie-terrorist Featured By Owner Apr 12, 2006
7 skeletons!
This is awesome, it must have taken ages!
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3Dimka Featured By Owner Apr 12, 2006
Right, there're 7, you really can view these 3Ds very well ;)
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smilie-terrorist Featured By Owner Apr 13, 2006
I learnt about 8 years ago how to do them ^__^
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Natamalie Featured By Owner Apr 10, 2006
I started to count... I got confused... this is really fantastic though... looks like something you would buy n put on a wall... SWEET!
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3Dimka Featured By Owner Apr 10, 2006
Yes, there used to be stereogram posters, you can still find ones on eBay... Thank you for viewing, I appreciate your time ;)
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