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    Default Another Triskelion Stereogram

    I applied a simple Art Brush gradient fill with a Fallout stroke shape to taper the shape. You can see the simple spiral lines then the applied Art Brush.

    I filtered the final image in Prisma using their Web-based app https://app.prisma-ai.com/ The filter is called Peony
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    Default Re: Another Triskelion Stereogram

    Hay Gary I think I could see this one not certain though, at first I thought it was a bunch of hearts but looking at your b/w image I realized that wasn't hearts still I may have seen something.
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    Default Re: Another Triskelion Stereogram

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    Default Re: Another Triskelion Stereogram

    very interesting how the shape pops out and the background is bowl shaped behind the image. A lot of overall depth in this one once you see it.

    Ray

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    Default Re: Another Triskelion Stereogram

    Quote Originally Posted by RKissane View Post
    very interesting how the shape pops out and the background is bowl shaped behind the image. A lot of overall depth in this one once you see it.

    Ray

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    Default Re: Another Triskelion Stereogram

    Larry - The black and while image, the right hand portion is the hidden image. Dark areas go back and lighter areas come forward. It's a three sided shape made up of connected spirals.
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    Default Re: Another Triskelion Stereogram

    Yes, that one pops, I like it a lot!

    Great depth.
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