Three-dimensional graphics are in fashion today. 3D appears everywhere - in the movies, on TV, on the Internet. In the stationery company Mitsubishi Pencil also saw a new 3D niche. And they decided to take up the introduction to the 3D-graphics of children and all who are not indifferent to drawing. The company launches sales of a special set of markers for drawing three-dimensional images.
The Posca 3D set consists of eight multi-colored markers, sheets of black paper and stereo glasses. The three-dimensional pattern made by 3D-markers arises due to the addition of four conditions:
Special thick Posca 3D inks really add some volume to the design.
To create a 3D masterpiece that will eclipse Avatar 3D itself, one should take into account the manufacturer’s recommendations for the drawing technique.
Black or just a dark background of the picture increases the effect of “depth” (for this, black paper is included in the set).
The stereo glasses on the viewer's nose complete the three-dimensional effect.
In Japan, the test sales of the Posca 3D kit started at the end of October at a price of 1942 yen (about 740 rubles).