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JLA and the Avengers in 3D Anaglyph by xmancyclops JLA and the Avengers in 3D Anaglyph by xmancyclops
Art by George Perez. 3D by me. Use red/cyan 3D glasses to view it. The 3D is fan-made.
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Shannyeight Featured By Owner 5 days ago  Professional General Artist
how did you do this? I'm trying to learn how to apply this effect.
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xmancyclops Featured By Owner 5 days ago
Which effect are you talking about ?
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Shannyeight Featured By Owner 5 days ago  Professional General Artist
The "3-D" looking effect..?
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xmancyclops Featured By Owner 5 days ago
Oh ok.

I use a depthmap. It's a black and white drawing on which the black is the background of the image you want to convert and white is the foreground. Then you have all the nuances of grey between the black and white for the other levels. I use GIMP, a photoshop-like software to draw the depthmap. I open the original pic with GIMP and I open a new layer for the depthmap. With some transparencies, I can use the original pic as a guide while drawing the depthmap. Once the depthmap finished, I save it as a jpeg format and I use another software, Bas-Relief, for the conversion. I load the original pic and the depthmap and then I have a 3d pic. I have put a lot of depthmaps on my gallery in a folder called "depthmaps". There is also a group called "depthmaps" here on deviantart. I have also done some tutorials with screen captures, you will find the links on my journal but my tutos are written in French. There are also a lot of tutorials on the internet. Just remember this, the depthmap is the more important step for a 3D conversion.
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Shannyeight Featured By Owner 5 days ago  Professional General Artist
That's a LOT of steps(and terminology that went over my head).

I was under the impression that I could just use Photoshop to get the same desired effects.
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xmancyclops Featured By Owner 5 days ago
You can use photoshop for the depthmap and the conversion. I use GIMP, because it is free. And then I use Bas-Relief for the conversion because it's easy to use and because I wasn't very successful when I used GIMP only. But if you have Photoshop, it's not a problem. You can draw the depthmap and even use it for the 3d conversion. You can also just use photoshop for the depthmap and then use Bas Relief for the conversion once you have drawn the depthmap. As I told you, Bas Relief is really easy to use once you have your depthmap.
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MVRamsey Featured By Owner Oct 31, 2013
Fantastic.....perfectly done!
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xmancyclops Featured By Owner Nov 1, 2013
Thanks ! :-)

And thanks for the fave too.
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Fan2Relief3D Featured By Owner Oct 29, 2013
Salut 


Top en noir et blanc c'est nette, rien n'a dire à part nickel!
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xmancyclops Featured By Owner Oct 29, 2013
Merci. Le noir et blanc donne un côté "old school" je trouve. Un peu comme les vieux comics 3D des années 50.
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madforstereo Featured By Owner Oct 28, 2013  Hobbyist Artist
Nice one Jérôme :) I like how you even brought some depth into those smaller details like that shield, or Batman´s arms or those arrows... 
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xmancyclops Featured By Owner Oct 28, 2013
Thanks for the fave ! These small details were important to the conversion because it make it look like less flat. I even tried to obtain a "round" effect for the shield but I don't know if it's good enough.
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madforstereo Featured By Owner Oct 28, 2013  Hobbyist Artist
I noticed that Sherlock Holmes , yes, so you're getting there 
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xmancyclops Featured By Owner Oct 28, 2013
I just tried. I was curious to see if I could find how to do that effect. :-)
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