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  1. #11
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    Default Re: Yin & yang with a twist

    Love it!! I want that on my wall :-)

    JoŽlle

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    Default Re: Yin & yang with a twist

    Boy and others - Here is an example of another Yin and yang I am working on and you can see how the software leaves a gap. Sometimes I go in and manually fill that if it is too distracting.
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    Gary W. Priester
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    Default Re: Yin & yang with a twist

    Very obvious.
    Egg

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    Default Re: Yin & yang with a twist

    Quote Originally Posted by gwpriester View Post
    Boy and others - Here is an example of another Yin and yang I am working on and you can see how the software leaves a gap. Sometimes I go in and manually fill that if it is too distracting.
    Thanks for the further clarification, Gary.

    Wow, that's a complicated design! It keeps on moving in and out and, to a lesser extent, laterally as well.

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    Default Re: Yin & yang with a twist

    Here's the rest of that stereogram.

    My partner Gene Levine and I create very similar effect but he does his in Photoshop on a Mac, Knowing a little about Photoshop I think it is worlds easier in Xara. But our results are often indistinguishable. And of course we "borrow" liberally from one another.
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    Default Re: Yin & yang with a twist

    Gorgeous! And no shifting back and forth, left to right.

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    Default Re: Yin & yang with a twist

    I always find it amazing that you and Gene have collaborated over years but I remember you stating you've never met. Is this still the case?
    Egg

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    Default Re: Yin & yang with a twist

    I remember you stating you've never met. Is this still the case?
    Yes. And we have a business guy in Michigan and we have not me him either. It seems to work out just fine.
    Gary W. Priester
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    Default Re: Yin & yang with a twist

    I am amazed that I can never see anything in any of these. My wife is right, I have eyes that don't see.

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    Default Re: Yin & yang with a twist

    I am amazed that I can never see anything in any of these. My wife is right, I have eyes that don't see.
    louyo - Unless there is a physical problem with your eyes, almost everyone can see stereograms. The reason why most people who cannot see a stereogram is that they are focusing on this actual image, the same way you look at any image. But stereograms require you to focus slightly beyond the image.

    Here's a page I did that explains how stereograms work and how you can train yourself to see stereograms http://custom-stereograms.com/stereogram_guide.html
    Gary W. Priester
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