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
Contest Directions: Photoshop cyclops - one-eyed animals or people.

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
63 pictures
  • Cyclops Geek

    Cyclops Geek
        • This is my constructive critique: Bloody excellent!

          [Edited by User on 4/8/2006 2:41:14 AM]
        • Very nice job on this one. The only thing that I can see that I would have done is add just a bit of blur along the sides of the eye (where it borders the background).

        • On 4/7/2006 10:37:32 PM, nielsdb said:

          Very nice job on this one. The only thing that I can see that I would have done is add just a bit of blur along the sides of the eye (where it borders the background).

          Thank you. Furytop has been slightly blurred.
        • Ugh! LOL But Ugh! He has 360 vision! I'll bet he hates windy days & convertables!
        • How much is his contact?

          Eye do like it! Great job hygg.
  • Frog

  • Eye to the Sky

    Eye to the Sky
        • The chop job on the bottom of the eye is quite sharp. Great idea though.
        • Enough to give me nightmares! I have a kind of phobia about eyes. (human ones)
        • the eye doesn't match the light of the outdoor environment.
        • tort-eyes (perhaps it should be tort-eye - amazed no one else has submitted this yet)
          (I am submitting this 12:12 GMT 08 April 2006 - shortly after my mailbox received it as a link in the mail entitled "Cy for Cyclops & beach hotties - funny"
  • eye to eye

    eye to eye
        • The Eyelids,forehead & bee look over smoothed making it look a bit like a cartoon, but the hands & lower part of the face look normal skin texture. Still neat looking tho!
        • As i have a phobia about human eyes, viewing this contest has been very hard, this is great entry though
  • Monkey

        • Best yet! Looks totally, believably real!
        • This is done so well that it looks like it could actually be real. Great Job!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • Cyclops Cat

    Cyclops Cat
        • I didn't think those cats could look any freakier.
        • Too much shadow on the right side of the eye.
        • Lovely image, cats are cats whether they have hair or not, I love cats.
  • Photographer

        • My favourite (Could be even better if you remove the colour noice around the eye)
  • Star Kist

    Star Kist
  • Lense

        • Upper right hair looks choppy, not like hair, almost looks like feathers because of the cuts.
        • Nice chop. Good eye, but the hair could use a bit of attention.
  • Shrunken Head

    Shrunken Head
        • I wouldn't mind seeing a source pic. Good idea and nice entry.
        • Not very pretty sight lol!, but well done.
  • Little Stevie Wonder

    Little Stevie Wonder
  • Family Portrait

    Family Portrait
        • Great creators comments, well done. PS: is the source pic your family?
        • On 4/7/2006 10:42:22 PM, nielsdb said:

          Great creators comments, well done. PS: is the source pic your family?

          Source Pic
  • spiderclops

        • I thought someone should do a spider, but this idea is even better!
        • Nice job with this one. Also, nice job with the reflection.
  • Popeye the Persian cat

    Popeye the Persian cat
  • Catty

  • cyclog

        • Looks just a little too flat, and needs an upper lid. Beauty job with the fur tho!
        • Yes, good texture work. The eye it self could use a bit of a bevel/emboss.
  • Christina Eyeguilera

    Christina Eyeguilera
        • Very good, the eye has been well integrated.
        • I didn't notice the other "singularity" at first, LOL, well done.
        • JannaR - you're very welcome regarding the name
  • Peek-A-Boo!

  • One Eye Pug

    One Eye Pug
  • Masked Man

    Masked Man
  • Eye


        • On 4/6/2006 11:17:34 PM, mashby said:


          That's Angelina Jolie you know.

        • On 4/7/2006 12:11:42 AM, BruceLeroy said:

          On 4/6/2006 11:17:34 PM, mashby said:


          That's Angelina Jolie you know.

          Correction's Eyegelina Jolie.

        • On 4/7/2006 12:21:14 AM, Serrator said:

          On 4/7/2006 12:11:42 AM, BruceLeroy said:

          On 4/6/2006 11:17:34 PM, mashby said:


          That's Angelina Jolie you know.

          Correction's Eyegelina Jolie.

          Angelina Joleye you mean
  • Natalie

        • Beautiful girl. The iris would look better if it were more rounded & less eliptical.
        • If the iris is adjusted this will be just about perfect.
        • Honestly this one is disgusting. She is a beautiful woman and doesn't deserve to be altered and changed like this.!!!!!!!
  • honey eye bee

    honey eye bee
  • My Dog Winston

    My Dog Winston
  • One eyed purple people eater.

    One eyed purple people eater.
        • would of been better to leav off the horns but still vary nice.
        • Actually it should only have one horn. "One eyed, one horned, flying purple people eater."
        • Supposed to have only one horn according to the song. Do it right the first time, then you won't have to do it again!!!!!!!!!!!
  • Froggy

  • Red Eye

    Red Eye
        • Well blended. Also, the baby is still very cute, even with the one eye.
        • Cute baby, but would the red eye be visible like that?

          [Edited by User on 4/7/2006 9:21:16 AM]
        • Nice!, But the iris looks like it has a bulge in it...right above his nose. It's an illusion caused by the drastic lightening of the iris just there.

          [Edited by User on 4/7/2006 11:53:02 AM]
  • Miss Friendship

    Miss Friendship
        • With a friend like her, who needs enemies.
        • I love the extra meaning to the sash, lol.
  • Slow Eye

    Slow Eye
  • Blow Hard

    Blow Hard
        • Great idea and you did a pretty good job with it.
  • Whooooo

  • Cuty pep

    Cuty pep
        • Nice idea! You lost a little bit of fur texture around the eye. But it's still nice!
        • Very cute! Should become a poster for stress reduction!
  • owl

        • The eye looks like it's protruding a bit. It should have that distinctive 'satellite dish' of feathers around the eye too.
  • one-eyed tarsier spotted

    one-eyed tarsier spotted
        • can see some masking edges in the upper right of pic....and why is he 'glowing'?
        • that was the condition of the original photo =D
  • I Chop . . . Therefore I Am

    I Chop . . . Therefore I Am
        • Shouldn't it say "The Academy of Excellence"...?
        • Is that a firewall to the brain I see?

        • On 4/7/2006 7:05:07 PM, midian said:

          Is that a firewall to the brain I see?

        • Thanks for showing us what an average FN n00b looks like
  • Monk-eye

  • Marilyn

        • He's cazy looking no matter what you do...or don't do to
        • For Marilyn Manson this is a perfect look, because he is a freakazoid already. This would just confirm it!!!
  • Slimy One Eyed Snake

    Slimy One Eyed Snake
  • XMen 3 Father vs Son

    XMen 3 Father vs Son
  • Ram

  • Skullclops

        • It would look better if the ridge at the top of the nose were gone, and leave only one sinus hole in the socket.
  • one eyed elephant

    one eyed elephant
        • I like that you did something different, but I wish the eye looked a little more real.
        • very funny......but the eye may placed at right place
  • Tyger

        • The eye seems a bit blurry compared to the rest of the pic. Otherwise it's nice!
        • I've always loved "Tiger eye" jewelry..LOL
  • Cyclops cat

    Cyclops cat
        • There's something hypnotizing about this cat!
  • Baby Cyclops

    Baby Cyclops
        • Sick, twisted, morbid, gross, disgusting.....but I still find it strangely amusing. I have no clue why! A fine talent you have there, Dr. Frankenstein!
        • Disturbing to say the least But nicely done
  • Sleep Puppy

    Sleep Puppy
  • Hiccup

        • I love the unique idea. By the sounds of it you have portrayed Masby correctly, lol
  • Bullseye

  • The Dingo Ate My Baby

    The Dingo Ate My Baby
        • The problem is that you used Katie's right eye and Tom's left eye when it should be more of a symmetrical eye. Unless that was the effect that you were going for?
  • Tyger tyger burning bright

    Tyger tyger burning bright
  • The Simpsons

    The Simpsons
  • Baby Cyclops

    Baby Cyclops
  • Giraff-ic-cyclops

  • Pomeranian cyclops

    Pomeranian cyclops
        • Looks more like a wet ju-ju-bee than an eye. Cute tho.
  • One eyed eagle

    One eyed eagle
  • It

        • Its cool, different but I think it takes the whole point of this comp away, I think most people want to see good blending and cropping, but this is just on black no blend, just a cut paste job
        • i thought 3d rendered images were banned? original though, i wanna see a one uddered cow now...
  • Cypony

  • Lion and Lamb

    Lion and Lamb
        • The eyes are more blurry than the rest of the pic, and the lion's eye is too far up the forehead.
  • Snickers My Puppy

    Snickers My Puppy

        • On 4/6/2006 12:21:10 PM, SycoDragon said:

          The dog just looks too dang cute!

          This is my puppy Snickers shes a Yorkie-poo, 6 months old
  • Kojak

  • Phyllis Diller

    Phyllis Diller
        • Too much eye liner to the left, you can tell it's her left eye
        • My husband Fang, loves looking me in the eye, now.
        • Agree with Adam, also the whole pic is a bit too blurry.
  • The one Eye beauty

    The one Eye beauty
        • Whichever tool you used to cover up the eyes doesn't work very well. It removes all of the texture and detail of the skin. Try using a patch of skin from another spot or adding some noise to add texture.
        • yeh nielsdb is right but I have to say dude, it looks like a v a g i n a
        • The eye is also a bit too high up on the forehead.
        • I like the tilting of the eye, but agree with nielsdb. The eye could be sharper. And perhaps add some red hue to the skin tones.
        • If the eye was situated like it should be instead of being turned around, then this might be considered a beautiful picture.
  • 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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