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    Default 3D posters- who here has done 1 or more?

    remember seeing one recently but have lost track.
    wanted to get some insight into the process.

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    Er not quite 3d , but I did one for the Decemberists
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    Cool Gutter Twins and Twilight posters. I know the fellas in the band dug em.
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    i had an artist tell me how he did it.. if that helps.. um.. yeah
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    push iinn pull oouutt.

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    Adam Swinbourne just did this one:
    http://www.gigposters.com/poster/94171_Vandals.html

    There is some advice about the process in the forums. Also, search for anaglyph in google and you will find tons.

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    ....does it actually have to work ???

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    I have one of these I need to use and make a 3d poster.


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    to do the 3D poster, you first make your drawing, design the poster. Figure out which parts will be in the foreground and which in the background. Cut out the pieces accordingly - rebuild pasting the images on foam core and with some type of lifts so you have "stacks" of your drawing on top of each other, like a tower with the background on the bottom and proceeding to the top which is the foreground. The whole thing might be say 4" to 7" high. Take 2 photos of this object - one from each side (right and left) like it would like if right eye closed, then left eye closed. Print one side red and one side green, look at through 3D glasses and voila, it's a 3D poster.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carolyn View Post
    to do the 3D poster, you first make your drawing, design the poster. Figure out which parts will be in the foreground and which in the background. Cut out the pieces accordingly - rebuild pasting the images on foam core and with some type of lifts so you have "stacks" of your drawing on top of each other, like a tower with the background on the bottom and proceeding to the top which is the foreground. The whole thing might be say 4" to 7" high. Take 2 photos of this object - one from each side (right and left) like it would like if right eye closed, then left eye closed. Print one side red and one side green, look at through 3D glasses and voila, it's a 3D poster.
    awesome

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