Cyclops
Contest Directions: Photoshop cyclops - one-eyed animals or people.
This gallery only contains our top 63 selections from its parent contest Cyclops. All 63 contest pictures can be viewed here.
  • Cyclops Geek

    Cyclops Geek
  • Frog

    Frog
  • Eye to the Sky

    Eye to the Sky
  • eye to eye

    eye to eye
  • Monkey

    Monkey
  • Cyclops Cat

    Cyclops Cat
  • Photographer

    Photographer
  • Star Kist

    Star Kist
  • Lense

    Lense
  • Shrunken Head

    Shrunken Head
  • Little Stevie Wonder

    Little Stevie Wonder
  • Family Portrait

    Family Portrait
  • spiderclops

    spiderclops
  • Popeye the Persian cat

    Popeye the Persian cat
  • Catty

    Catty
  • cyclog

    cyclog
  • Christina Eyeguilera

    Christina Eyeguilera
  • Peek-A-Boo!

    Peek-A-Boo!
  • One Eye Pug

    One Eye Pug
  • Masked Man

    Masked Man
  • Eye

    Eye
  • Natalie

    Natalie
  • honey eye bee

    honey eye bee
  • My Dog Winston

    My Dog Winston
  • One eyed purple people eater.

    One eyed purple people eater.
  • Froggy

    Froggy
  • Red Eye

    Red Eye
  • Miss Friendship

    Miss Friendship
  • Slow Eye

    Slow Eye
  • Blow Hard

    Blow Hard
  • Whooooo

    Whooooo
  • Cuty pep

    Cuty pep
  • owl

    owl
  • one-eyed tarsier spotted

    one-eyed tarsier spotted
  • I Chop . . . Therefore I Am

    I Chop . . . Therefore I Am
  • Monk-eye

    Monk-eye
  • Marilyn

    Marilyn
  • Slimy One Eyed Snake

    Slimy One Eyed Snake
  • XMen 3 Father vs Son

    XMen 3 Father vs Son
  • Ram

    Ram
  • Skullclops

    Skullclops
  • one eyed elephant

    one eyed elephant
  • Tyger

    Tyger
  • Cyclops cat

    Cyclops cat
  • Baby Cyclops

    Baby Cyclops
  • Sleep Puppy

    Sleep Puppy
  • Hiccup

    Hiccup
  • Bullseye

    Bullseye
  • The Dingo Ate My Baby

    The Dingo Ate My Baby
  • Tyger tyger burning bright

    Tyger tyger burning bright
  • The Simpsons

    The Simpsons
  • Baby Cyclops

    Baby Cyclops
  • Giraff-ic-cyclops

    Giraff-ic-cyclops
  • Pomeranian cyclops

    Pomeranian cyclops
  • One eyed eagle

    One eyed eagle
  • It

    It
  • Cypony

    Cypony
  • Lion and Lamb

    Lion and Lamb
  • Snickers My Puppy

    Snickers My Puppy
  • Kojak

    Kojak
  • Phyllis Diller

    Phyllis Diller
  • The one Eye beauty

    The one Eye beauty
  • eVolUtiOn

    eVolUtiOn
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This contest is fueled by the following news: Cyclops (from Greek "round-eyed") are Three single-eyed giants, sons of Gaia and Uranus. Soon after their birth, Cyclops were cast by their father into Tartarus. When Zeus started war with Cronus for power, he, on advice of his mother Gaia, freed cyclops from Tartarus for helping Olympian gods in war against Titans. For Zeus, cyclops created brightness, thunderbolt and lightening which Zeus tossed at Titans. After Titanomachy (battle of titans), Cyclops continued serving Zeus by forging weapons for Thunder-bearer (as Zeus was called). Cyclops were defeated by Apollo after Zeus struck his son Asclepius with a thunderbolt. Hephaestus replaced Cyclops in their smithery. In Homer’s version of Odyssey, cyclops constituted entire nation. Among them, most fierce was Polyphemus, son of Poseidon. 1) Cyclops – As considered by commentators of Homer, mythical single eyed giants - cannibals who populated Sicily. They did not have much intellect and if one is caught by Cyclops for eating, the victim can simply cheat him and run away. 2) According to other legends, cyclops were also blacksmiths. But they were close to gods than to people: Uranus and Gaia gave birth to three cyclops. Fearing these single-eyed deformed giants Uranus tied them and cast into Tartarus. Zeus freed cyclops to use them in war against Cronus. cyclops forged thunderbolt for Zeus. Possessing such formidable weapon gave Zeus a permanent epithet- the Thunder-bearer. Zeus armed with thunderbolts, Poseidon with trident from cyclops and Pluto with a helmet, defeated Titans and became rulers of the world. A year long debate has been raging over whether or not a one eyed and nose-less kitten actually existed or whether the creature was simply a hoax. In any event, it has been announced that the kitten is coming to a new museum of oddities in central New York. The founder of the museum, who believes in creationism, indicated that the kitten is meant to launch another debate about how science and religion can intersect. The Oregon woman who owned the kitted has sold the remains to John Adolfi after being turned down by Ripley's Believe if or Not! The owner, Traci Allen, like the religious bent John Adolfi because she did not want the kitten, named Cy, turned into a joke. Cy is short for Cyclops. She believed that John seems heartfelt and sincere. Adolfi would not reveal how much he paid for the kitten. Cy will be displayed in the Lost World Museum, which Adolfi hopes to open in Phoenix, New York, this fall. Other exhibits will include giant animals and eggs and other deformed critter remains, according to Adolfi.

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Contest Info

  • Started: 4/6/2006 06:00
  • Ended: 4/8/2006 06:00
  • Level: advanced
  • Entries: 63
  • Jackpot:
  • FN Advanced 1st Place $50
  • FN Advanced 2nd Place $30
  • FN Advanced 3rd Place $20
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