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Tootsy 07-07-2012 08:39 AM

I search for tuto for blind louver card.
 
I search a toto for blind louver card. I saw one year a go, I think it was on Pinterest... Lates on one side there was a picture and of the back lates there was another image. Has anyone ever seen this somewhere? It look like a store with double side image...

purplepatch 07-17-2012 09:55 PM

Is this the kind of design you are looking for?
google : how to make a venetian blind card.wmv
And watch the video by linda lucine on you tube
HTH!

Tootsy 07-24-2012 07:32 PM

Thanks purple,

It's not exactly what I looking for...

It's like vertical store, but not mooving, it's just illusion...

cpeep 09-10-2012 05:05 PM

Like this?
Lenticular Pop Up Card Tutorial

Tootsy 09-10-2012 05:30 PM

Creep!
I don't have any worlds to say how Your response falls in the right time!
My swap/ 7 cards are ready to send and I don't know how to name the technique I used!
This is the concept. I searched since 4 weeks ago and only find some link in french. This is the name for the technique that I search!
AMAZING! I do not know how to thank you, but you make my day!!!
Thanks a lot, lot, lot!

Tootsy 09-10-2012 05:44 PM

This technique seems born almost at the same time as the photography, long ago!
But there is little track of that!
Thanks Creep, you don't know how you've done! Next two next week, I will post a card with this technique. This is a swap, so I have to wait that all member will recieved their card to publish.
I find some link who speak about lenticular subject:
http://www.robertsimon.com/pdfs/boisclair_portraits.pdf
images 3D photographie en relief archives
Imagerie lenticulaire - Wikipédia

Tootsy 09-10-2012 05:57 PM

Thank you the girls of your precious help.
I am a French Canadian and sometimes, I tryto express myself in English, but this is so difficult to find words. In team, we arrived there!
Watch my gallerie next two weeks, I will be post a card that explaining the contexte of my research.
Many thanks! Susy

Card Maker 01 09-10-2012 07:37 PM

I've seen this called a 2 View Card (www.cardmaking.circleofcrafters.com anyoccasionproject9.html) and an Optical Illusion Drawings (second page) www.massmoca.org/kidspace/pdf/sperber/finished%20activity%20cards.pdf

You may have to join Circle of Crafters in order to access the tutorial, but its free to join.

Tootsy 09-10-2012 07:58 PM

Thanks Joan,

I'm not able to link on cardmakers circle.
It doesn't work. Seem like mistake adress?!

The other link is perfect.

Tootsy 09-10-2012 08:05 PM

Oh! Yes! Now I can access to Card Maker Circle Krafter and that's exactly what I maid! Now we had words to name this technique!

Many thanks Ladies! xoxo

Tootsy 09-10-2012 08:21 PM

I think the term "lenticular card" is more appropriate since it refers to terms used in scientific research and history of photography.
What do you think about this term?

Card Maker 01 09-10-2012 11:26 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Tootsy (Post 19678854)
I think the term "lenticular card" is more appropriate since it refers to terms used in scientific research and history of photography.
What do you think about this term?

While that term is more accurate, I think most people would remember 2 View (as its easier and more visual). Also, since that is the name as it was located, it might be less confusing adding another term to the card (unless Lenticular would refer to the larger size, stand alone type of card vs. the smaller attached-to-card 2 View card)... Just my opinion...

One tip: If you are going to add it to the top of your card (as opposed to making it like the Lenticular Pop Up Card Tutorial), I suggest you make your strips no larger than 1/2" wide, otherwise it will really stick up off the card (plus you'll need a lot more cardstock for the base). Just doing 4" x 6" pictures, you'll need more than 12" of cardstock (remember the folds; I added an additional 1/16" between each strip to allow for some picture placement room (its tricky to place adhesived paper in narrow areas!). Also, keep in mind that the only thing holding the finished project onto the card is just adhesive on the bottom of those valley folds (I suggest regular craft glue).

Good Luck with your project!

Tootsy 09-11-2012 03:22 AM

Thanks Joan for this response, I will considere it...
I've maid my slice at 3/8'' for an image of 3,75x 5"

Card Maker 01 09-11-2012 11:01 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Tootsy (Post 19679036)
Thanks Joan for this response, I will considere it...
I've maid my slice at 3/8'' for an image of 3,75x 5"

The point is: whatever works for you :) If one size looks/works better, use it!

I'm glad I could help. Finding, trying and sharing new techniques is what crafting is all about.

cpeep 09-11-2012 12:33 PM

In the U.K. this is called a FlipPix. To me, a flippix is a kind of never ending card--not the same thing at all.

I had a link to some printables, but it appears to be dead. Here's a photo of a finished one, however.

http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_Vi72-wFMxI...c5f9414_0f.jpg

Card Maker 01 09-11-2012 01:58 PM

I agree, the FlipPix does look more like a Never Ending Card.

Tootsy 09-25-2012 06:43 AM

Eh ladies,
After a long wait
Here is my card!
http://images.splitcoaststampers.com...?ts=1348584027
You can find more picture on my Splitcoaststampers Gallery. Thanks crafty ladies!

Card Maker 01 09-25-2012 08:55 AM

It's weird; the link provided goes to: Not Found

The requested URL /data/gallery/500/2012/09/25/SUO_Postage_due_version_Susy_COTE_vue_de_face_pour _SCS_by_Tootsy.jpg was not found on this server.

Fortunately, the link to your gallery works. Nice job!!!!! I'm glad you got the technique to work.

cpeep 09-25-2012 09:50 AM

Came out beautifully in the end!

Tootsy 09-25-2012 11:39 AM

Thank you girls have contributed to my research.


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