Since I couldn’t find any tools that allow editing stereoscopic images, I have build a little helper that acts as a live preview while I edit the left and right eye parts of a stereo image in my favorite graphics editor.
One thing I would also like to implement one day is constant redrawing of the canvas to achieve a live preview that automatically displays your changes.
Thanks, Lester! You can reload the entire page, yes, but that would result in a flickering image since the whole page is constantly destructed and constructed again. I haven’t tried yet, but I assume that there won’t be any flickering if you only reload the images and redraw them to the canvas in a loop.
Ive dabbled a time or two in stereo scopic 3d graphics Ive found there are 2 main ways to draw stereo scopic 3d graphics. The first is the most obvious just draw with a lot of layers and logically move the layers in the right image so that they are Parallaxed. The second is the way I prefer so I’m going to share it w you. I first draw the 2d image on the left side then on the left I copy the image and put it on the right side. Now I change element by element what I want to be in 3d and I use a bright loud color like a lime green. Now I can make all of my changes in my graphic as long as I’m only dealing w one color. and when the changes are done since I’m working in Graphics Gale I simply use the color replacer and smear in the correct color with a large brush. When it’s done i have a nice stereo scopic image w few layers.