In daily life, many people collectively refer to street stereoscopic painting, engraving stereoscopic painting and raster stereoscopic painting as 3D stereoscopic paintings. Although they are all called stereoscopic paintings, they are essentially different in terms of production principles and effects. Now let's take a quick look at the categories of 3D stereoscopic paintings.
1, street three-dimensional painting. It uses the ground and the street as the medium, based on the reverse application of perspective, to create a visual virtual three-dimensional effect, so that the viewer has an immersive feeling.
2, engraving three-dimensional painting. It is a kind of decorative three-dimensional painting which is carefully carved by the engraver in kind, such as wood and paper products.
3, grating stereoscopic painting. Using 3D printing technology, the designer has designed and made the picture with special software, printed on the smooth surface of the grating material, and used the lens refraction imaging principle to form a three-dimensional sense in human vision. It is flat with the hand touched, and the eye looks like a three-dimensional, life-like three-dimensional painting.
The raster stereoscopic painting can be divided into layered 3D stereoscopic painting and simulated 3D stereoscopic painting. The layered stereoscopic painting only arranges several planar patterns in layers before and after, and the stereoscopic effect of the simulated stereoscopic painting is closer to reality. This kind of 3D stereo painting is suitable for high-volume printing, and the market demand is also great, which can be used for decoration and advertising. The three-dimensional painting of the plate has the best stereo effect.