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Nota bene: If your current browser is MS. Internet Explorer, please keep in mind that there are many other browsers more efficient. The fact is that I have tested this website on a lot of browsers, but IE! Besides that, as already indicated elsewhere, a big influx of visitors can lead to a slowing down of the connections, what I regularly notice myself. Should I be delighted at it or regret it? Anyway, thank you for being patient! Now I realize how amazing 3D pictures can be! smiley

By the way, there is a very important item that you must have in order to enjoy the pictures available on this site: red-blue glasses like these below ...

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The purpose of this site is to show you how amazing 3D pictures can be, but making them can take much time, and I have got more than 200,000 items in my personal archives waiting for transformation! Therefore, this site is still in construction. Anyway, some links are already up-to-date, but the goal of all this should be an impressive E-boutique with amazing 3D pictures consisting in world premieres ... We are working on it.

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To be quite honest, we all know that the Internet is a friendly place, something like a big 'agora', but it is also the haunt of a lot of gangsters and criminals who can thereby leverage their harmful capabilities. Consequently, even if I have to be known, being yet a small artisan, I have to pay attention not to fall in the ease, so am I not at all inclined to deliver all my projects in the open, to see them plundered by swindlers. For that reason, be aware that what you are going to see here is only the tip of the iceberg concerning my current projects. Moreover, all available pictures are in 'gif' format, which explains some visible defects due to compression.


 

Besides that, many people ask me how I manage to do this and that… I recently heard that there were a German software capable of converting automatically any image into its stereoscopic version. Ha! Ha! Ha! Let me laugh! Just look at the Russian tsar's family or the painting by Fragonard below: every picture took me close to an hour to turn it into a 3D one; more than three hours for 'Molière'! And I am going to defy anyone to achieve the same result with a single mouse click!


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To tell the truth, I'm always a little (= very!) surprised to see so few websites dedicated to the 2D-3D conversion, in a time where there is a lot of work to achieve. I found less than five interesting sites on the Internet, which are (were) doing a great job after all, but the sites hadn't been updated for many years (2009, 2010) and were seemlingly out of business. What a pity!

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And, of course, we all know that it is the young audience that led Walt Disney and Co to fortune, as it is making the fortune of the publishers of video games and mangas as well! Do I have to tell you (mezza voce=whispering) that I hate mangas? But what the hell do they find so nice at those ugly drawings???

You may find a lot of things (pictures), which are apparently imperfect (= still in progress); it is normal because they are nothing, but drafts, sketches, things on which I still need to work. Have you ever heard of Leonardo's sketches and studies? smiley


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Let's be honest: isn't it amazing to see things as they actually look like? In fact, dealing with 3D allowed me to acquire stereoscopic eyes, in any case to improve this ability, which we have all got by birth since we have two eyes. And, this obsession for stereoscopy makes that now I can actually see a lot of things that I hardly noticed in the past, definitely much sharper than before. Let's just consider some honeybees, Parisian buildings or activities of everyday life.

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