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    Hi my latest 3d image
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    Default Re: Hidden Image

    A bit hard to see Jim. If I did not read your caption I'm afraid I would not know what the image was. I thought at first it was a fish, then a banner.
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    Thanks for the honest reply...I thought it was my old eyes...I am having trouble
    gettimg a texture I like that blends nice ( no artifacts) I will keep at it tho'
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    It's of a couple of deer, one large in the foreground and the other smaller partially hidden with the head in front of the larger one. Correct?

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    Yes...that is correct...Thanks for the input
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    Default Re: Hidden Image

    I normally have difficulty seeing these, but this one popped out almost immediately. It is, as Gary said, difficult to make out the subject matter, though.
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    Thanks for feed back..I did go back and lighten the 'depth map' so it stands out more...Still these are a learning experience for me
    altho' I did indulge in them quite a few years ago...
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    Default Re: Hidden Image

    Quote Originally Posted by Scotty View Post
    Hi my latest 3d image
    I can not see it yet. damn i have bad focus :/

 

 

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