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Hello, My name is "Grease" and this is my first Instructable. I would like to "Thank You" for stopping by. Have you ever seen the 3D Anamorphic pictures ...
The first thing I did was draw the grids as shown below. I drew the blue grid first. Then I added perspective to the blue grid and turned ...
Then I inserted my artwork that I wanted to be 3D. As shown the cigarette lighter. Then group your object and the black grid. I had to convert ...
Now, using the Add Perspective Effect. I lined up the black grid with the blue grid, as shown. I used a lot of pushing, pulling and nudging the ...
Now, I removed the grids. Which were on separate layers.I had to ungroup the lighter and black grid, first.Then removed the grids.And I was left with the distorted ...
This is the printed copy photographed. I had my camera on a tripod. With no flash. You will have to adjust the tripod to match with the 3D ...
Here is the original lighter with the printed copy next to it.Pretty amazing, huh...Check some other pictures I did...
Here a few I did..NO photoshop involved!I am sure this technique could be applied to the Sidewalk method.You would just make sure you have a good 3D picture ...
Well, I'm no Julian Beever. This is what I came up with.. The chalk drawing actual size is about 3 feet by 21 feet long. I spent about ...
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