Using the depthmap method to transform already existing virtual « flat » paintings, the 3D effect brings more depth to them.
With or without 3D glasses, (re)discover my virtual paintings from a different point of view!
Be sure to check how to visualize several 3D photo formats.
Between sky and earth painting (original) ©AbsurdePhotonA lost continent under the blue sky
Between sky and earth 3D painting (colour anaglyph) ©AbsurdePhotonThis painting was given a Van Goghish look
Between sky and earth 3D painting (cross-eyed anaglyph) ©AbsurdePhotonThe colours are much better than in the red/cyan version
Between sky and earth 3D painting (animated) ©AbsurdePhotonLook how she’s waddling!
Pinup painting (original) ©AbsurdePhotonThe reinforced shades, allied with the touches of painting, have transformed the original photo into an artistic nude painting, which you could almost hang in your sitting-room
Pinup painting 3D (colour anaglyph) ©AbsurdePhotonThe lighting is a bit weird in this version
Pinup painting 3D (cross-eyed anaglyph) ©AbsurdePhotonThe shapes of this pinup have been deliberately exaggerated
Pinup painting 3D (animated) ©AbsurdePhotonThe perspective was a bit changed in this one
Sisyphus painting (original) ©AbsurdePhotonAs a punishment for his trickery, Sisyphus was made to endlessly roll a huge boulder up a steep hill, always rolling away from him before he reached the top
Sisyphus 3D painting (colour anaglyph) ©AbsurdePhotonThe red/cyan conversion gave a greenish look to this photo
Sisyphus 3D painting (cross-eyed anaglyph) ©AbsurdePhotonI love the simultaneous impression of painting/drawing/3D
Sisyphus 3D painting (animated) ©AbsurdePhotonThe stairs angle seems to dance a little