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Author Comments

Doing some test with 3d models and 3d glasses, the models and textures are mine, the background was bought off of turbosquid for a previous film proj.

you'll need a pair of red and cyan glasses for this to work


it looks lame alone, but with 3-D glasses, IT WAS EXTREME! it's like watching televison!


Oh, the way you put "collab" in the name, I thought this was part of a collab. Or at least it was part of something that was going to be a collab eventually. I kind of wish that I had my 3D glasses with me. What's weird is that I'm actually at my grandparents' house and thus do not have access to those glasses. It's weird to see the different layers this has. I heard that 3D images mostly have two layers. One is the original image and the other is the projected image.

I'm not a fan of 3D, but it looks like I'm going to have no choice with it. Then again, maybe this site won't go that way as we didn't do it with CGI. I like how it takes place in this really nice gritty background. I guess that's kind of an oxymoron, huh? You might never see this on the day it was written, but for whatever reason, merry Christmas!


The best 3d effect i've ever seen on normal 3d glasses (red/cyan) so a nine for you ;)


You are my favorite artist ;)

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Good One!

Nice toon render.
Be careful with the compression of the image, it ruins the 3D effects.
Im sure the final uncompresed render looks great.

Good Job.

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3.96 / 5.00

Aug 1, 2011 | 4:58 AM EDT
3D Art
File Info
1020 x 573 px
122.2 kb

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