How To Convert Fine Art (Or Your Art) To LucidPix

There is nothing quite like the human imagination. It allows us to see our world in so many different ways. Every once in a while, someone comes along that not only has an amazing imagination, but can also translate their imagination to the real world, whether the be in the form of a painting, sculpture or some other piece of art. We celebrate the very best of these artists by placing their work in museums for the world to enjoy. 

With LucidPix, we can take these universally loved pieces of art and see them in an entirely new way. 

Step 1: Find Your Favorite Piece of Art

We tend to enjoy art that shows life in a different light than we see with our own eyes or can capture with our cameras. Artists such as Vincent Van Gogh, Edvard Munch, Georgia O’Keeffe, Pablo Picasso, Salvador Dali, Claude Monet, and Georges Seurat are some of our favorites. 

Whatever your favorite may be, you can easily find photos of their art on the internet by searching for the artist’s name or the title of their work. Once you find something you like, tap and hold on the image and save it to your device. 

Step 2: Convert to LucidPix 3D

Open up LucidPix and swipe to the left to select 3D Conversion. You will be asked to select the photo you want to convert, and in this case, you want to select the photo you just saved from the web of your favorite piece of art. Once selected, tap the Convert to 3D button [insert image of betton] and let LucidPix work its magic.

Step 3: Share Your Creation

Now it’s time to let the world see your new take on art. We’ve created several blog posts on how to share a LucidPix Photo, so if you need some help in that area, please refer to them here

Another way to share your LucidPix Art on Facebook is to follow Steps 1 and 2 above, then:

  • Tap the Save icon
  • Switch to the Facebook app, start a new post at the top of the screen
  • Tap the Photo button to add a photo
  • Select your LucidPix Art that has the 3D icon  
  • Be sure to tap the “Make 3D” button so Facebook will display your creation as a 3D photo
  • Select who you want to share with: just your friends or with the world
    (We suggest letting the whole world see your new art!)
  • Add your description, and don’t forget the #LucidPix hashtag
  • Tap to share with the world