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Wednesday, March 25, 2020

Top 3 for the day

Top 3 for the day


50 Absolutely Stunning 3D Street Art / Paintings, Vol. 3

Posted: 24 Mar 2020 08:54 AM PDT

Have you ever came across a drawing or chalking on a street or pavement that seems strangely odd at first, but when you look at it from a certain viewing point or angle, it looks like a real-life object or structure. Well, that is the magic of 3D street art, one of the most famous public art forms.

Though 3D art has been around from quite a while but with the advent of the internet, it’s popularity has catapulted. Notable brands are already taking advantage of the public’s curiosity on 3D street paintings to create awareness for their products.

So, today’s post is a sequel to a series of stunning 3D street art paintings and features some of the best and even award-winning examples of this wonderful art form. Go ahead, feast your eyes!

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Hot river

Nearly the whole street were taken to create this earth cracking effect. Brilliant piece of art!

Hot river 3d art
  • Source: Edgar Mueller
Ice abyss

Watch out to not fall in this huge ice abyss!

Ice abyss 3d art
  • Source: Edgar Mueller
Raft

Now that the street is flooded, raft is your only resort to get to the other side.

Raft 3d art
  • Source: Edgar Mueller
Johnnie Walker in Taipei

Underworld of Johnnie Walker.

 3d art
  • Source: Manfred Stader
Mysterious cave

You don’t have to travel around around the world exploring mysterious caves – somtimes they are just under you.

Johnnie Walker in Taipei 3d art
  • Source: Edgar Mueller
Reflection

People on the upper part of the image is real but their reflection on the bottom part of the image is drawn.

Reflection 3d art
  • Source: Kurt Wenner
Melstorm

And here comes the vortex!

Melstorm 3d art
  • Source: Kurt Wenner
Muses

This drawing looks like an old, classic painting, similar to paintings in medieval castles.

Muses 3d art
  • Source: Kurt Wenner
Hole

Another drawing which shows what happens under the street.

Hole 3d art
  • Source: Kurt Wenner
Relaxing giant

A huge giant relaxing on the street.

Relaxing giant 3d art
  • Source: Kurt Wenner
Horses

It’s a cowboy show, yee-haw!

Horses 3d art
  • Source: Kurt Wenner
Office stress

This drawing represents daily life of a typical office, maybe?

Office stress 3d art
  • Source: Kurt Wenner
Crazy river

Just hold on and here we go… Oh snap, I didn’t see that crock down the river!

Crazy river 3d art
  • Source: Julian Beever
Escalator

Escalator from the underground. This looks very realistic!

Escalator 3d art
  • Source: Manfred Stader
Grant’s

Ice cold 3D chalk drawing for Grant’s.

Grant's 3d art
  • Source: Manfred Stader
Smart

This is very big, shiny drawing which is made for “Smart”.

Smart 3d art
  • Source: Manfred Stader
Nails

Ouch, this hurts!

Nails 3d art
  • Source: Manfred Stader
Asian Paints – Mumbai

What’s this? It’s a colour waterfall!

Asian Paints 3d art
  • Source: Manfred Stader
EasyJet – Edinburg

So it’s possible to kick back at a beach, in the middle of a city.

EasyJet  3d art
  • Source: Manfred Stader
Hot bath

And here we have a hot bath which is open for everyone!

Hot bath 3d art
  • Source: Manfred Stader
Costa – Covent Garden

A really realistic cup of cappuccino.

Costa - Covent Garden 3d art
  • Source: Manfred Stader
Ford Mexico
Ford Mexico 3d art
  • Source: Manfred Stader
T-Com
T-Com 3d art
  • Source: Manfred Stader
Orange

Beautiful underworld by Orange.

Orange 3d art
  • Source: Manfred Stader
3D Shark
3D Shark art
  • Source: Manfred Stader
HDI

Be careful where you park your car.

  • Source: Manfred Stader
HDI 3d art
Treuhaus

3D chalk drawing can also be on the wall.

Treuhaus 3d art
  • Source: Manfred Stader
A fair in cologne
A fair in cologne 3d art
  • Source: Manfred Stader
Alice In Wonderland

Where fantasy meets reality.

Alice In Wonderland 3d art
  • Source: Manfred Stader
Pfizer
Pfizer 3d art
  • Source: Manfred Stader
Bukaresti – Romania 2009

Watch out for the crashing in car, or should it be crashing

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Bukaresti 3d art
  • Source: Manfred Stader
The world’s biggest fly

World’s biggest fly meets world smallest fly-spray.

world's biggest fly 3d art
  • Source: Julian Beever
Batman and Robin to the rescue
Batman and Robin 3d art
  • Source: Julian Beever
Waste of water
Waste of water 3d art
  • Source: Julian Beever
Eiffel Tower Sand-Sculpture

Artificial Eiffel Tower built using sand.

Eiffel Tower Sand-Sculpture< 3d art
  • Source: Julian Beever
Self-portrait of artist with liquid refreshment

He has drawn himself!

Self-portrait of artist 3d art
  • Source: Julian Beever
Treasures

Found a treasure in the center of the city!

Treasures 3d art
  • Source: Julian Beever
Hang on!

That’s right, the help is on its way.

Hang on 3d art
  • Source: Julian Beever
Spiderman
Spiderman 3d art
  • Source: Julian Beever
Taking the plunge

Ready, get set, jump!

Taking the plunge 3d art
  • Source: Julian Beever
Waterfall
Waterfall 3d art
  • Source: Julian Beever
Heaven

It seems like we have a heaven beneath us too.

Heaven 3d art
  • Source: Tracy Lee Stum
Train

Here comes the underground train!

Train 3d art
  • Source: Tracy Lee Stum
Water In The Way

How should I cross this? Tough question.

Water In The Way 3d art
  • Source: Tracy Lee Stum
Escape of the mummy

Mummy is climbing out of underground!

Escape of the mummy 3d art
  • Source: Tracy Lee Stum
Temple of the jaguar
Temple of the jaguar 3d art
  • Source: Tracy Lee Stum
The Medici Garden
The Medici Garden 3d art
  • Source: Tracy Lee Stum
Drawn Basketball Optical Illusion

Someone should take that ball of the street, or maybe not.

Drawn Basketball Optical Illusion
  • Source: Greg Lehman
Lizards

Animals from the underground

Animals from the underground 3d art
  • Source: Gregor Wosik
Jack Daniels
Jack Daniels 3d art
  • Source: Gregor Wosik

The post 50 Absolutely Stunning 3D Street Art / Paintings, Vol. 3 appeared first on Hongkiat.

How to Add Custom Ringtones and Text Tones for iPhone

Posted: 24 Mar 2020 07:14 AM PDT

Your iPhone may have an array of chimes and ripple tones, but one gets rather bored from these. To counter that, you can create customized ringtones from among your favorite songs on your iPhone.

However, most iPhone users would already know that it requires a unique file format for ringtones and text tones – M4R – that the iPhone recognizes. So in this post, we’ll show you how to slice up your favorite part of a song in your iTunes library and then transfer it to your iPhone for using it as a ringtone. Let’s take a look.

Step 1. Decide the track

Select the track, songs, music, or any audio that you would want to turn into a ringtone and place the track where it’s easily accessible. (Example: Desktop)

Step 2. Trim the track
track on desktop

Trim the track down to the part you that want for the ringtones. If you are familiar with audio editing then this should be fairly easy. If you do not have any audio editing app on your Mac, then check out Acutterpro, it is a web service that allows you to edit audio for free.

Trimming music with Acutterpro

  1. Go to Acutterpro.com, click Choose Files and upload your track. You can also drag and drop your songs on this panel.
  2. acutterpro
  3. Adjust the left and right handle to mark the start and stop point for your final track.
  4. trim the track
  5. Click Cut and then Download to save the final track on your computer.
Step 3. Create AAC version for your track

Now launch the Music app, on the sidebar, go to Library > Songs, drag the trimmed track inside.

drag trimmed track inside

With the track selected, go to File > Convert > Create AAC version. This will create another copy of your track in .m4a extension.

convert aac format
Step 4. Convert track to a ringtone

Right-click on the newly created track and select Show in Finder. In the Finder window, change the track file’s extension from .m4a to .m4r.

change extension

Go back to the Music app, right-click on the same track again, select Delete from Library, and then Keep File so it’s not sent to the Bin.

delete but keep file
Step 5. Add ringtone to iPhone

Connect your iPhone to your Mac via lightning cable, launch Finder and select your iPhone under Location on the sidebar.

Make sure the General tab is selected, drag and drop the .mr4 track inside.

That’s it, you should now be able to find in your iPhone under Settings > Sounds and Haptics > Ringtones.

The post How to Add Custom Ringtones and Text Tones for iPhone appeared first on Hongkiat.

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