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 ===== Layering technique ===== ===== Layering technique =====
  
-If working digitally you could easily export each layer and then splice them together either for 3D printing, or for laser +If working digitally you could easily export each layer and then splice them together either for 3D printing, or for laser cutting using a number of tools. The following is an example of how you would do something like that with a page like this. 
  
-cutting using a number of tools. The following is an example of how you would do something like that. (image from Rain an upcoming comicbook written by Einar Petersen - Image Credit Max Caddick)+ 
 +(image from Rain an upcoming comicbook written by Einar Petersen - Image Credit Max Caddick)
  
 So you don't have a lot of 3D experience, or you want to take a simple approach when converting your comicbooks to a 3D format readable by the visually impaired and blind. So you don't have a lot of 3D experience, or you want to take a simple approach when converting your comicbooks to a 3D format readable by the visually impaired and blind.
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 06 Layer six is a speech 7 thought bubble layer - This layer does not contain the text itself but a base upon which you can impress the speech / thought. 06 Layer six is a speech 7 thought bubble layer - This layer does not contain the text itself but a base upon which you can impress the speech / thought.
  
-07 finally we have layer seven the text for the speech bubbles / thought bubbles - Naturally you could opt to put all text/dialog on the action description page, again that is a design question for the comicbook ​artist ​editor to figure out.+07 finally we have layer seven the text for the speech bubbles / thought bubbles - Naturally you could opt to put all text/dialog on the action description page, again that is a design question for the comic book artist/editor to figure out.
  
 So there you have it - A relatively easy way to convert a regular comicbook into an extraordinary format that can be read by the visually impaired and blind. So there you have it - A relatively easy way to convert a regular comicbook into an extraordinary format that can be read by the visually impaired and blind.
  
-However you might not have any digital skills then how would you convert your 2D drawing into a 3D format and then fishing out the details, well basically it is like above, you would do it one layer at the time, the follwoing show a simple paper/​cardboard based version showing how you could do this, hooray for scissors, paper and pen and a little glue.+However you might not have any digital skills then how would you convert your 2D drawing into a 3D format and then fishing out the details, well basically it is like above, you would do it one layer at the time, the following is a simple paper/​cardboard based version showing how you could do this, hooray for scissors, paper and pen and a little glue.
  
 ===== Automatic 2D extraction to 3D ===== ===== Automatic 2D extraction to 3D =====
comicsforblind.txt · Last modified: 2019/05/26 04:54 by einarpetersen