Yesterday that I posted the other stamps I decided to clean all the junk I have in Sta.sh. You know, getting rid of all the vectors, a couple of sketches etc. So while I was cleaning my Sta.sh gallery I noticed an old image I left there a while (a long while actually) ago. It's a stereoscopic image that I used to practice while I was learning how to make 3D images.
It's a stereoscopic version of Eastend Pandemonium by Tomiokajiro.
Oh by the way here is the link to original here tomiokajiro.deviantart.com/art…
And I'm satisfied with the results. Anyway, I wanted to post it so I send a message to Tomioka Jiro asking him for his permission to post it. Now that I think about it.. I don't think I need his permission since I'm meant to give him the credit (because after all is his work) and I didn't intend to sell it. And this isn't vandalizing. But you know more like a nice gesture since he is also a deviant art user. The only problem is that he never replied. I still have the note saved in the Deviantart inbox. So I left the image in the Sta.sh. Anyway I since I'm cleaning the gallery there's no point in left it in there. And I was watching the Fan Art Law video that Deviantart posted. www.youtube.com/watch?v=xKBsTU…
And I think there is no problem in me posting this image.
By the way, Mr 富岡 二郎 if you are watching this and you don't like me posting it you only need to tell me and I'll remove it as soon as possible.
In the meantime. the rest of you guys. Enjoy.
You need red-cyan 3D glasses.
The song that I was listening while making this was:
♪♫♪ A Light That Never Comes (Cover by Matthias Berger)♫♪
(yeah I know that it was more appropriate to be listening East End Pandemonium while I was working on this but that's just how it is)
I keep a record of all the songs I listen while I work for inspiration purposes….
By the way, I should start making more of this 3D images. I am a little bit rusty since it's been a while since I practice this technique. I should make another to keep the practice so I won't forget how it's done.