Obama & Co. are burying our "Change We can Believe In".. Member reactions:
2008 is the year of Change.... and 2012 is the year of Shooting Game lovely presentation of different view of Obama Then and Now concept
Superb Concept Like the finishing touch of the puppy in the center
Nice job, but shadows could be improved - e,g. the dog's shadows can't really be the same on the road and the further background (grass). Yet shadows see to be uniform everywhere. Apart from the shadows, it's a brilliant work
How timely. This applies to a lot more than just Wall Street...Guess greed isn't so good after all.
That's why the economy is failing - Everyone's just hangin' out. Masterfully Done.
Very timely and clever Magritte based satire here.Congratulations, TGA.I only wish the image was bigger in full view. Remember that the site automatically resizes your image to 500 pixels in normal view, but full view can be much bigger.
Congrats TGA I predict mass emailing. Should be a hit.
Nice one TGA. Great idea and well done. Congrats on the silver
Awesome work in many regards. I really love how you did the bronze texture of the bear. I'd make the bear a bit fatter though (especially the arm facing the viewer). As of now the bear resembles the werewolf a bit (perhaps intentionally.)
The bear is hungry . . . and he's going to feed.
You obviously know your bears, Newsy. Thanx for the advice. I fattened him up some. He looks more ferocious now. I noticed that accidental werewolf thing too.PS: If he looks like he's humping that bull, well, that works too.
You mean he wasn't humping the bull. Guess that says a lot about how I see things.
Love the edit.Did not think about humping till I read the discussion. Looked more like wresting to me. But now I see I missed the obvious Peg.
Just exactly what is happening right now. The smoking skyline is a perfect touch. Great all around..
real cool chopps. NewsMaster needs glasses.
By the way, here's the source pic for the bear: Google "bear" "statue"
Congrats on the Golden Chop. Great work Ray.
Congrtas ray, great work.. Amazing transformation from the source pic.....but i have to admit, i thought the same as pegleg when i first looked at it.. None the less, Great job.
I must still be stuck on the whole "humping" issue, thought I said congrats already, but guess I didn't... so CONGRATS.
Thanx all.Yes, the critter does look like he's humping, but he is attacking from the side.
. . . because America needs more lipstick.. Member reactions:
This is a freaking' beauty.A hockey veteran.
this is superb, where the hair/foreheas meet looks like a completely unique way of blending, i really like your inginuity... im going to steal that style for a future transplant competition, it really makes the two people distinguished whilst the lower half shows your great blending skills wd
the clothes the face... love it... it made me smile look how the hair hangs over .
like the his and her hair solution. Congrats.
Congrats Ray Nice match up and inventive clothing.
Congratulations on the gold, Ray. My absolute favorite out of all your chops.
Thanx all. Your tastes are obviously more subtle than mine. I liked my "Pitbull Sarah" better.
Wonderful image & timely also for POTD...beautiful choppage Ray
Congrats illstr8r on your first gold Not sure how a rose got in the middle of all that tongue twisting though..hehe
Congratulations on the first gold illstr8r.Love the "election 2008: we all lose" sign.
Congratulations , this is done so well the idea ,plus the artwork.
An interesting composition.Congrats on your first win at FN.Please attempt to judge other entries fairly though on the basis of what they submit as I was unable to find the FIVE entries in this contest which you decided that a vote of '1' was warranted. Refer to the Voting guidelines to make sure that you know what is expected of FN members as a vote of '1' means the entry should not be on FN and should be Flagged and that is slap in the face to the individual who took the time to create and enter their work.
Hopefully Newsmater will have informed illstr8r of the rules. When I was noobie and voted all over the place, I got an e-mail about it.
Thanks for all of the kind remarks and suggestions. I have reread the guidelines and thought I was voting fairly... in the future I will give my votes more due diligence. Again thanks.
Every weekend we have a Freaking News of the Week (Week in Pictures) contest. But this week it's time for the grand yearly contest where we ask you to
create images of anything that happened in the news during the year 2008. You can pick the notable events, or any other interesting news which others may or may not have heard. This year will be remembered by American presidential election, bank crunch with mortgage defaults and Fed's numerous attempts to save America from financial crisis.
Here's to good news in 2009 - let it bring health, prosperity, and lots of blessings to you and your families. Happy New Year!
In the Creator's Comments, it is mandatory to link to a news story. You should use this format to make a link:
[URL="http://www.SomeNewsLink.com"] news title [/URL]
Keep the BLACK as is, replace GREEN with the link, and replace the RED with the news story title.
Hillary Clinton ended her bid for the White House, while Obama sealed the nomination. The tables turned, and just 2 months later after Clinton was offering a VP seat to Obama, she now openly stated she'll be happy to be Obama's running mate, if he puts her on VP ticket.
Let's go one step ahead of media sources and announce that Hillary Clinton will be Obama's running mate in 2008 presidential elections. Photoshop Hillary Clinton as Obama's puppet. Here's a similar example (done with Al Gore and Howard Dean). You can simply photoshop "master Obama and puppet Clinton" together, or use this puppet theme in Obama Clinton 2008 election posters, demotivational posters, movies, and paintings.
2008 Eurovision Song Contest finished Saturday evening. This year it was held in Belgrade, Serbia. Russia's Dima Bilan won the contest with his song "Believe", while Ukraine's Ani Lorak got the silver, and Greece's Kalomira got the bronze. Eurovision is the biggest yearly music event in Europe, where each European country sends its contestant. The 25 countries that get into the final perform in the Eurovision contest, while all 45 European countries vote on these performances. By the rules, the Eurovision 2009 contest will be held in the winner's country - Russia.
Photoshop anything related to 2008 Eurovision contest. Some examples are: photoshop contestants, their performances, place them performing in unusual environment, etc.
High resolution photos of the participants can be found on Eurovision download site.
Note that this is a quick contest: only 24 hours for submission and 12 additional hours for voting.
Given the current riots in Tibet, China, 2008 Beijing Olympic Games are under big question. They will either be held with big restrictions, or canceled altogether if most countries boycott the games in the light of the violent actions from Chinese government to stop the Tibet riots. China's Communist Party warned that it will censor and ban any mass media from broadcasting the Olympic Games if any negative facts about China - including the recent riots - are broadcasted along the footage of the Olympic Games.
Photoshop anything connected to 2008 Beijing Olympic Games in the light of the recent events. Some examples are: designing a logo or poster for 2008 Beijing Olympic Games, show how magazine articles and TV footage will be censored, photoshop games controlled by Chinese troops, etc.
The 80th Academy Awards night is this Sunday. There was a lot of tension and uncertainty about the upcoming Oscar night because of the Hollywood writers strike. Luckily the strike ended soon enough to still arrange Oscars in full glory, so we can expect a wonderful show.
Photoshop anything related to the Academy Awards (Oscars). Some examples are - photoshopping any of the Oscar nominee movies (think of even combining any of these movies), showing where Oscar show could be held alternatively (because of writers strike, etc.), showing who could surprisingly receive Oscars (non-actors, politicians, etc).