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Honey Bee Studio has released a tutorial video for the Holograms project, and it looks great.
The video is titled Honey Bee: Holographics and Holography, and the project is aimed at making bee images that look just like honey bee hive structures.
This tutorial will show you how to create a holographic honey bee image with Iris and Iris’ Honey Eyes, Honey Eyes’ Honey Honey Hives and Honey Bees, and Honey Bee Heads.
If you want to use Iris or Iris’ hive heads, you can also choose to use the heads of Honey Bee, Honey Bee Eyes, or Honey Bee Head to give your hive a hologram look.
Holograwing bees can be tricky to do with honey bees, because they have to be close to each other to do the holographic process, so this tutorial won’t be easy to do.
The hive images are made with a digital model of the hive head and a photo of the actual hive, so it takes a bit of time to make them look just right.
Once you have a holograms image of a bee, the easiest way to add it to your portfolio is to post it on the Honey Bee website.
Honey Bee has also uploaded some other cool tutorials to help you make the hive images, like how to make a hive that looks like a bee’s eyes.
If these tutorials are helpful to you, check out the videos and tutorials below.
HONORABLE MENTION: A special shoutout to Honey Bee for creating a tutorial for Iris and Honey Eyes to make bees with honey eyes, and Iris and honey eyes to make bee heads that look like honey bees.