This is yet another guess-my-character puzzle. Here you are:
My name relies on two things:
- The technique used to find the hidden text in the image.
- The meaning of the text inside the image.
The technique used to create the image differs from the technique used to see the image. It's the way you see it that matters.
The text in the image and the technique used to see the image should be considered independently. There's no connection between them. Also, the technique and the meaning relate, respectively, to the first and second words in the answer.
My name has two words that can be found in any common English dictionary.
I went to Los Angeles and spent some time there.
I'm a pretender.
According to this Wikipedia article, there are only two ways to see an stereogram:
I have bad posture and love for sweets.
He had the idea right, he just didn't connect the dots yet:
"When I first looked at the stereogram, I just crossed my eyes and then stared "behind" the picture." (@Hugh)
Notice: Aaaaaaand this is where I stop giving hints. One more hint and I'll be answering the puzzle.
Ok, last hint: I'm a serial killer, but I'm not part of the main story.
What's your opinion on this puzzle? Is it good? Is it bad? I'd like to hear from you!
You can answer in a comment or in the end of you answer.