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    Default Hexagons Unraveled

    I used an Art Brush on two hexagons to create the depth image. And processed my image in in Prisma with the Gothic filter.

    Correction. I used blends of 6 lines. I can't remember anything any more.
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    Default Re: Hexagons Unraveled

    GP neither my wife nor I can see this one.
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    Default Re: Hexagons Unraveled

    I tried this one originally using an art brush but ended up using the contour tool
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    Default Re: Hexagons Unraveled

    Heh, heh. Competition.

    That works really well Egg.
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    Default Re: Hexagons Unraveled

    No competition just fun trying to do a tiny bit of what you create. I believe your skills lay greatly in selecting the background image.
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    Default Re: Hexagons Unraveled

    I wouldn’t have thought that depth image would have produced that 3D result. That’s interesting.
    Like it, Egg.

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    Default Re: Hexagons Unraveled

    I wouldn’t have thought that depth image would have produced that 3D result.
    Nor did I Gray, I expected it to be more hexagonal, not two reverse spirals.

    Thanks. Here's my depth image:
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    Default Re: Hexagons Unraveled

    In the EyeTricks program, does it move the darker tones behind the lighter or the other way around? I think I know why some are easy to resolve and others are not, for my eyes. Thanks.

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    Default Re: Hexagons Unraveled

    Dan - eyeTricks is our company name. The depth images, and patterns and final edits are done in Xara and sometimes filtered in Prisma to enhance the pattern.

    In the depth image white comes forward the most and black goes back the farthest and all shades represent 256 different levels. When viewed in parallel (divergent). When viewed cross eyes, then it is the opposite and white goes all the way back and black is in front. We design all of our images for parallel viewing but some work both ways. This image is one of those.
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    Default Re: Hexagons Unraveled

    I LOVE it, OG.

    "Hexagons Unraveled" sounds like an excellent sci-fi tome, too.

    I'd love to express this as a 3D model.

    Huzzah!


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