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I have to say that to stitch a dakimakura doesn't mean just stitch them seamlessly. You should follow the original proportion - http://img.mugimugi.org/imagedb/190/381282.jpg

From this point this fixed one still need work.
fireattack said:
I have to say that to stitch a dakimakura doesn't mean just stitch them seamlessly. You should follow the original proportion - http://img.mugimugi.org/imagedb/190/381282.jpg
Which part are you referring to? I took a rough measurement of her proportion and it seems OK. The most noticeable changes are that her navel is shorter and the shading of the bed sheet. I was originally worried that her navel is being too close to her breasts, but that's how the original was.
basically you need to condence the width of it a little:
http://i.minus.com/icqOtF2VSd9s4.jpg
I tried to align head and left foot, and then the body is out of its position.

Not a big deal, maybe im too picky :/
fireattack said:
basically you need to condence the width of it a little:
http://i.minus.com/icqOtF2VSd9s4.jpg
I tried to align head and left foot, and then the body is out of its position.
Her body does squeeze a little bit after her belly. I will see what I can do with the proportion next time. Thanks for noticing that.
I dumped the individual images into ICE and the results were extremely similar with the right camera mode. Proportions seem the same. Maybe I'm not noticing the little details though.....
yeah ICE sometimes gave very great results for dakimakuras (most of time w/ rotating motion methtod). I checked this one, only 1-2 lines are misaligned, and the porportion is good enough for a auto-stitch software.
I ended up sticking with Planar 1 for the images I tried the other day (with planar 2 and 3 distorting the proportions too much especially the heads), since it seemed like the alignment was slightly worse with rotating motion but I only really compared a couple of images.

I read through the FAQ on the microsoft site which suggests planar is better for compositing multiple flat images (which is what a dakimakura should be), and rotating motion is for traditional panoramic photography. Both modes looked very similar to my eyes I must admit.

It's good enough for an amateur like me anyway.
Actually thinking about it more, do you guys have any examples where ICE has major failure? I am curious to see if there is any ways to improve the result.