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its a pain how panorama software fails at dakimakura images... although -in theory- auto stiching those should be a lot easier than "3d" panoramas
i would really love to see this with saori kido , it would be better.
Not a lot of difference, to be honest.

Only differences are, Sasha's looks are more loli and her eyes are green (Saori's are blue and she looks more mature).
MDGeist said:
its a pain how panorama software fails at dakimakura images... although -in theory- auto stiching those should be a lot easier than "3d" panoramas
I use PanaVue ImageAssembler, which has a mode for stitching scans together. It still has some problems with cloth (since different parts can be warped differently), but produces much better results than anything else I tried. It also lets you save the result as a multilayer PSD image, to make it easier to fix the remaining problems (it's often enough to just adjust the mask a bit).
so far photoshop cs4 (with auto or regroup) has provided me with the best results...
just tested pan
fails pretty hard... before i do manual flags, id shoop mistakes away...

way faster and better quality
Anyone see the demo for Photoshop CS5 - specifically the "Content Aware" feature? That may help with stitching, and detexting. http://cs5.org/?p=624
bakaneko said:
Anyone see the demo for Photoshop CS5 - specifically the "Content Aware" feature? That may help with stitching, and detexting. http://cs5.org/?p=624
Yep, I've seen some videos and it looks promising.
I work for a not-so-big manga translator/editor.
We have to work on 1200 DPI bitmap scans of original books, and thus detext every single jap on it, surely I eager to test this CS5 feature which could save hours of tedious work if it can actually keep the sharp edge around the "healed" area...
im pretty sure this will fail for anime based stuff ;<
bakaneko said:
Anyone see the demo for Photoshop CS5 - specifically the "Content Aware" feature? That may help with stitching, and detexting. http://cs5.org/?p=624
It seems imitating basic photoshopoing we are doing. I doubt it's faster than done it with manually
If you do it every day then you probably have techniques that are equivalent, but for the more casual user - like me - it'll be a big time saver. I hope we can get it at work so I can mess with it :) We don't really need it, but it may show up anyway.