Monthly Archives: July 2011

IF – Obsession

The main obsession of the Googler is this: it’s pretty much all the time looking for you so that it can record all your thoughts and feelings and also the innermost parts of your soul, because the recordings are what … Continue reading

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3D Style of Future City

Now I think I’ve sort of figured out the layers and the colors and how much to shift stuff and all that. Next step is to get some brand new 3D glasses, because I’ve been using Sonic-branded ones from out … Continue reading

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Spiderbite in 3D, Again

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3-D Kaiju

Sort of a kaiju in anaglyph form…still lots of issues to work out, but I’m kind of slowly getting there. It helps some to go look at Jack Kirby’s old 3-D comics…although it also doesn’t help, on account of Mr. … Continue reading

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Black Flower in 3D

So, yeah, that’s the method…you just have to think in more than two layers. This one has ten. No wonder my earlier ones don’t work too well. Probably every single one of the 5000 tutorials about anaglyphs on the Internet … Continue reading

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IF – Perennial

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Alphaville, Again

OK, I see, I think…you have to cut the design up into pieces and shift the layers differently…like, I just had two layers before, so there was only one apparent plane…sort of like I’d made a 3D rectangle of the … Continue reading

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More Anaglyph Practice

A really weak practice anaglyph of a completely awesome piece of work by Karl Wirsum for the Children’s Library at the Harold Washington Library Center in Chicago. And, well, I guess the separation between shots is supposed to be about … Continue reading

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Experimental Anaglyphs

Still in the trial-and-error phase on this stuff. Mostly error. But getting there, slowly. I mean, I guess no matter how many tutorials and instructables and whatever else you read, doing these 3D style things is ultimately some sort of … Continue reading

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Savage Orbit Magazine #1

I was telling my wife about Samuel Delany’s awesome story, “Aye, and Gomorrah,” which made me want to reread the story for the nineteenth time, which made me remember his invented space opera titles, which made me want to draw … Continue reading

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New Kind of Sweater

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Spiderbite Magazine #1

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IF – Stay / ‘Spiderbite’ Magazine cover

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Some sort of a chart…

About 47 thousand years ago, one of the things I used to do for a job was I used to make charts and graphs and sometimes drawings of bones and nerves and turtles mating. Also, one time, a Y-maze for … Continue reading

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IF – Remedy

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