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Dear relation: The holiday is almost over But in many countries they have continued to work on the new Timmersgems ATUMNN COLLECTION. From August 19 to September 1 our showrooms are packed with new products including 1. Containers from Madagascar with lots of news. 2. from Cebu with shells and lotus lights. 3. from India with HEM Incense. 4. from Brazil with 22 tons of Geodes. 5. from Mexico with black and Andara obsidian. 6. from India with a lot of Silver and 7. from Indonesia with a lot of carvings.

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3D (Three-dimensional) painting with a lot of depth with Dinosaur scene in the wild.

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3D (Three-dimensional) painting with a lot of depth with Dinosaur scene in the wild.


3D (Three-dimensional) painting with a lot of depth with Dinosaur scene in the wild.


3D paintings are popular, especially the large paintings that seem truly lifelike. Too bad you can not see it on this product photo. But guaranteed "you are sold when you see them"




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Very nice Three-dimensional paintings in which you can see a lot of depth, It looks as if you can look around the depicted object and thus think that you can look into the painting. Children love these paintings, but adults like them too. These shields are of a particularly good quality and manufactured with care. The term three-dimensional or 3D indicates that something has three geometrical dimensions: depth, width and height. Examples of three-dimensional things are a sphere, a pyramid or a spatial object such as a shoebox. The abbreviated 3D designation is usually used to indicate that something can be perceived as spatial: 3D photos, 3D movie or 3D computer graphics. What is meant by this is not always clear. In computer games, the term 3D is often used, which means that perspective images are shown. The term 3D is also used for the technique that is also known as stereoscopy, where two different images are offered, one for the left eye and one for the right eye. Stereotypes are not really spatial, but certain tricks (for example, glasses with a red and a blue glass) give the impression that the image is three-dimensional. The 3D designation here refers to unexpected visual images. One expects a two-dimensional image, but sees depth in the image presented and experiences this as three-dimensional. In addition, the term 3D is used for a television technique called WOWvx.