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    Default Can we ever have enough Triskelion stereograms?

    This one was tricky. I used an image from a search that is a double spiral. So I was not able to figure out how to do this with the spiral shape.

    So I made a vector line of one of the three legs of the triskelion and applied an art brush made from a repeating fill. I had to create a central line in the middle of the shapes then increase the line width and add the art brush. I have made the three vector shapes in colors to show how the one shape joins with the others.

    Then I had to determine where the one leg will join with the others (each rotated 120 degrees).
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    Gary W. Priester
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    Default Re: Can we ever have enough Triskelion stereograms?

    I could view this stereogram Gary but found it difficult to keep in 'total' view. Perhaps the grey-scale image or whatever you call it could be less of a greyscale shift?
    Egg

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    Default Re: Can we ever have enough Triskelion stereograms?

    Egg - The pattern is pretty noisy then thin shapes with a lot of depth change. So this might be causing some of the difficulty.

    Try following one of the lines around the shapes focusing just on the section of line as you go.
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    Default Re: Can we ever have enough Triskelion stereograms?

    This one had too much depth for me. As I looked at the top part, the back would loose focus and if I looked at the back, the top would loose focus. It took a minute to get everything to sink.

    Ray

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    Default Re: Can we ever have enough Triskelion stereograms?

    Yes that was the same for me Ray.
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    Default Re: Can we ever have enough Triskelion stereograms?

    Answer is no. Love them Gary. Iíve shown my daughters and they think itís magic. Might even buy your book on them for Christmas next.
    They loved the Mickey Mouse. The generation always views on iPads of course.
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