Stem study and a quick cerebellum (wip, but I might never finish it so )
Here I've uploaded a stereo image, the proper way to view it is cross-eyed. With practice you'll be able to bring the third/middle image that forms in the mind to focus, and it will appear in 3 dimensions, literally protruding through your screen. The idea is that the left eye looks the right stem/brain which is slightly rotated to the right, and right the left rotated to the lef. Beware! Possible headache P.S. I see it best from a distance of approx one meter (really depends on the model, for some you might have to come very near to your screen), every chink in the model can be brought to focus if your eyes work good. Let me know when you try. If you perfect this technique, you could see how you model would look when printed. Works with animation, drawing, video, photography (2 joined cameras), etc... as well Also you can construct, or order eyeglasses with mirrors so you don't have to look crosseyed.
Thanks scottleroc! Yeah, I'm using a wide screen monitor, so feel free to shrink the image if you can't see it whole.
As far as the model goes, it's really only a study of the brain and it's parts for my model I'm gonna be using for animation, that I've gone crazy with to create something that will protrude enough for an interesting stereoscopic presentation. But since you like it, I might work on it as a character still
I've done the best I could explaining how to view the stereoscopic image , English not being my first language, so if you still don't get it or want more info check this website out http://www.vision3d.com/fftext.html
nice bug i like the color choices. i also dont use a tablet . but i love using the mouse, i have a really nice mouse with like 10 buttons on it so i can set all sorts of hotkeys to the side buttons. when you get your tablet tell us how it helps im very curious. (i learned maya 5 years ago with the touch mouse built into my g4 laptop so a real mouse was a huge step up from that lol)