REQ: making a grid hologram of a person

Discussion in 'Photoshop' started by totallyintheblue, Dec 18, 2003.

  1. im trying to create a humanoid shape with a grid outline, preferreably
    with a 3D look. anybody got any suggestions?
     
    totallyintheblue, Dec 18, 2003
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    Dr. J. Smith Guest

    Poser?
     
    Dr. J. Smith, Dec 18, 2003
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  3. please...god no..took me long enough to use photoshop, coreldraw and
    painter, please dont ask me to learn a new program, at least not in
    two weeks ;) i sort of looked for a photoshop trick/tutorial...why i
    posted her yanno
     
    totallyintheblue, Dec 18, 2003
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    Fred Guest

    A year ago or so I have seen images by Adrian Mendoza which have sort of
    a grid outline look to them. But it was not really the 3d-construction
    software type of grid. Anyways: He photographed real people, naked (IIRC
    women on the beach), then applied this or that KPT filter (Kai's Power
    Tools) in Photoshop. Adrian has the images online, IIRC it's the
    'imagestation' website, about a year ago he posted links right in this
    group.

    Fred
     
    Fred, Dec 18, 2003
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  5. Get http://www.blender3d.com/ , import a model (3d cafe site). Then do a
    screen capture and paste into PhotoShop. You should be able to do this in
    less than a day.
     
    Glenn Pechacek, Dec 18, 2003
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  6. Also you could use CorelDraw and trace a wire mesh
     
    Glenn Pechacek, Dec 18, 2003
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    deci Guest

    Poser has the facility to render with the grid still intact - heres an
    image of a face I made a while ago using poser and Photoshop.
    http://home.clara.net/f8171211/pics3/images/untitled.jpg

    HTH
     
    deci, Dec 18, 2003
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    deci Guest

    Hey........... Don't get on my back :) I only did it the
    once........... honest
     
    deci, Dec 19, 2003
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    deci Guest

    On Fri, 19 Dec 2003 02:50:08 +0000, deci <> wrote:

    I see now what you mean - it takes it's time, but I get there
    eventually :) The head was rendered in Poser then brought into
    Photoshop and de-poserised. I hate what Poser does to figures.
     
    deci, Dec 19, 2003
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