Old People in Sports

Contest Info

  • Started: 4/9/2007 06:00
  • Ended: 4/11/2007 06:00
  • Level: advanced
  • Entries: 21
  • Jackpot:
  • FN Advanced 1st Place $5
  • FN Advanced 2nd Place $3
  • FN Advanced 3rd Place $2
Old People in Sports
Contest Directions: 102-year-old woman made a hole-in-one from 100-yards. That's a problem with senior citizens - they can still make a hole-in-one, but not the other way around.
In this contest you are asked to photoshop any old people - senior citizens - doing sports. Try to go for the sports which are the most challenging for the seniors - e.g. weightlifting.

Contest Info

    • Started: 4/9/2007 06:00
    • Ended: 4/11/2007 06:00
    • Level: advanced
    • Entries: 21
    • Jackpot:
    • FN Advanced 1st Place $5
    • FN Advanced 2nd Place $3
    • FN Advanced 3rd Place $2
21 pictures
  • Old Man NASCAR Driver

    Old Man NASCAR Driver
        • Very nice work right down to every detail. Full view to avoid red crush is imperative.
        • Love it. Full view shows all the work in details and it's definitely worth it.
        • Speedy McGee was asked how he lasted through a 500 mile race. His reply was, "DEPENDS"
        • Beautiful work, the only thing that bothers me is the purplish skin tone on the right side of the face. Super job.
        • I agree with Reg, but i thought it could be a bruise.
        • It's called Rainmaker was in too much a hurry and forgot to remove a layer. Thanks for pointing it out Registered...fixed.
  • Old Man Playing Baseball

    Old Man Playing Baseball
        • "Gramps, why do you insist on keeping that OLD BAT?"

          "Sonny, don't you talk about your Grandma like that!"
  • Joun McCain Running a Marathon

    Joun McCain Running a Marathon
  • Old Woman Skydiving

    Old Woman Skydiving
        • Oh man, this is fun-neee! Only in real life the ... wouldn't be hanging down like that. Still...made me laugh.
        • its mundo's mine can do this type of freaking entry. funny!
        • Here are your weapons of mass destruction.
  • Senior Skateboarding

    Senior Skateboarding
        • I'd add some motion blur to the feagure, as it appears to be walking and rotated 90 degrees.
  • Old Woman Doing Gymnastics

    Old Woman Doing Gymnastics
  • Old Man Teaching Taekwondo with a Mallet

    Old Man Teaching Taekwondo with a Mallet
        • ahh yes
          the Hammer technique,grasshopper
  • Old Man Losing His Teeth Skateboarding

    Old Man Losing His Teeth Skateboarding
        • dont stop mE to critique this entry!
          PUT HIS FALSETEETH BACK NOW!
        • hahaha
          this reminds me of ''bumfights''
          but i like this version better
          good job!
  • Grandma in a Racing Helmet

    Grandma in a Racing Helmet
        • "Just point me in the right direction, Boys. I can't see over the steering wheel!"
  • Old Man Working Out on the Beach

    Old Man Working Out on the Beach
        • the barbells looks not that heavy enough. i think.
        • Is that robin williams? If not he does a damn good popeye impression! Made me lol
        • Face may need some contrast increase but good job nontheless.
  • Old Man Playing Rugby

    Old Man Playing Rugby
        • Quality work, but I wish it were in color.
  • Old Jockey

    Old Jockey
  • Senior Gymnast Smoking a Cigarette

    Senior Gymnast Smoking a Cigarette
        • Good job, but i think it would be more effective if you made the legs look a little older to match the face
  • Old Woman Playig Tennis

    Old Woman Playig Tennis
        • The face is a good, but the arms and hands still look quite young.
  • Old Man Skydiving

    Old Man Skydiving

        • this is his first jump i asume?
          LOL
        • Either a first jump or the last one, judging by his face expression.
  • Old Man Climbing a Mountain

    Old Man Climbing a Mountain
  • Grandma the Racing Car Driver

    Grandma the Racing Car Driver
        • "Now don't you children get in such an uproar. Slow and steady wins the race, you know."
        • Not bad, but I would add a helmet to make her fully equipped for a race.
  • Old Woman Mountain Climbing

    Old Woman Mountain Climbing
  • Old Skinny Muhammad Ali

    Old Skinny Muhammad Ali
        • Floats like a Butterfly...looks like a Walking Stick.
        • Not bad, but Ali looks lore anorexic than old here.
  • Old Woman Playing Basketball

    Old Woman Playing Basketball
        • Either face or legs and hands need color adjustment I think.
  • Old Man Playing for the New York Yankees

    Old Man Playing for the New York Yankees
        • They have plenty of hitters but, If this guy can pitch he may just make it as a Yankee.
        • I agree with the above. Masking may need to be more accurate too.
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This contest is fueled by the following news: This weekend, another old person became famous in sport. Elsie McLean is a 102 year old woman from California who got into the Guinness World Records book this weekend, and it's not just because of her old age. She's the oldest golfer who made a hole-in-one on a regulation course - quite a sports accomplishment, considering her senior age. Elsie was playing golf this weekend and she thought she has lost her ball on the par-3. She could not see exactly where it landed after the swing because it was a 100 yard hole and the green field had slopes. McLean was screaming to friends "Where's my ball?" after she teed off. What a surprise it was when her partners found the ball and it was in the cup. Elsie just could not believe it at first. My Lord, she said, can this really be happening? Everybody wants a hole-in-one, and I get it now when I am 102 years old - this is an absolute miracle, added McLean, who had her first ace in life, and she had to wait for it over a century. McLean has beaten the age record at Deerfield Country Club in Florida, previously held by Harold Stilson of 101 years old in 2001. Elsie has already become a national old people celebrity because of her unusual record. She will be featured in sports magazines and will appear on the Jay Leno show later in April. As she said about herself "for an old lady in sport, I still hit the ball good enough."