"They don't actually work on skin," Dave told the Huffington Post. "Unfortunately there are several factors to making an anaglyph image effective and the contour of the body, skin tone, color overlap, etc. that negate the actual anaglyph 3-D effect."
It's more of an aesthetic than anything holographic actually popping off your arm. But unless someone just happens to have 3-D glasses on them, they'll have no way to prove it.
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I saw this HEALED 3D ray gun on Andy today. PEW PEW!
3D pizza slice from yesterday evening. Thanks Cass! Safe travels ✌️
✨🚀✨3D rocket for Raina!
3D Ziggy for Elise, thanks and have fun visiting #Portland!
This fun little 3D suitcase got me dreamin' of warmer places 🌴😎🌴 thanks Ryan, safe travels back to LA!
Today was awesome! I had a great time chatting with people and tattooing flash designs all day. Thanks everyone who got tattooed today! And thanks Amelia for getting this rad 3D camp scene ✌️😊
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Number 2 for Austin's 1st tattoo! Thanks dude! Done at #valentinestattooseattle
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