After working on the lenticular for quite a while already, today I truly realised how little time I have left. The affordable art fair is coming up quick! So… that leads me to some decisions.
I would have liked to print at a local place, which would have saved me quite a bit of money, but that would have been a lot of back and forth, both to the printer and the laminator. There’s no time for this at all. So in stead I’ll spend a bit extra and have the laminator print and adjust my image to get an optimal result. It does limit the scale of the final image somewhat. He can’t print wider than 60cm (2 feet), which is a shame… but saves me rendertime!
I’m sticking with my original idea for the design even though I had my doubts. When a process takes this long, at a certain point you always start doubting yourself. I think this will work rather well. Here’s a single image from the sequence… still needs a little work!
I’ve been doing a lot of scripting as well… A nice new little script is one I wrote to add a line to the left of any image. So I can just make a full size interlaced image, crop it… add the line (for aligning the lense sheet), then print. I’ll also attach the latest version of the interlacing script.