Baby Rudolph. Young Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer hanging out in Santa's mudroom ... best view stocks Member reactions:
This has to be one of the funkiest chops I've ever seen. Wonderful. I would like some frost on the window, though. JMO.
This is really beautiful. It would translate really well into one of the subtly animated gifs. . . a slight breeze on Santa's jacket & the string of lights. The fire flickering . . . It's so easy to imagine. Very very pretty.
This is definitely a favorite and my favorite so I will offer one technical observation without fear of putting bad mojo on your chop. The one ornament (middle pane) is too dark to match the corresponding dark values in the chop. Other than that, fearless and flawless. A real beaut Best Holiday wishes to you and yours hidden
Nothing shows it's so cold to have front on the window, so it's wondertful for me.
Not only the idea is brilliant (that baby Rudolph already red-nosed.) but the execution just opens the new whole world here. Very Christmas spirited chop. Bravo, Hidden.
Stupendous Gold, Billy Mac. You fooled me.
Qtrmoonshop congratulations very sweet.. and excellent skills...
My Favorite. Congrats QMS. A Grand Master's work. Super Chop'N Billy.
GREAT work Qtrmoon. Nice win against very tough competition.
You snuck past Funkster and fooled the voters hahahah. I was pretty sure it wasn't a funkwood because though it has the underpainting style of a funkwood it is lit differently and I don't see witness marks of the filters he uses. But I must say, I was stumped and impressed. Congrats on the win and way mo bettah bulb fix. Big chop
Congrats on the win QT. I had a sneaky suspicion that this was yours. Nice to see you chopping again. Good use of textures and vintage sources....Almost reminds me of stuff I'd use. I guess that's why Doc got confused, heheh.
Many thanks to one and all … and Glad Tidings to you and yours, wishing you all the season's best.
Congrats on the gold, Bill. Tight race of the photoshop masters in this contest.
America's former first daughter Chelsea Clinton left a New York hospital with her newborn baby daughter, Charlotte.
The baby girl came as a surprise to Chelsea and her husband Marc, who chose not to find out the baby gender before birth. Charlotte's birth-weight hasn't been disclosed to the public. Bill and Hillary Clinton said they couldn't be happier as they became grandparents for the first time. Chelsea happily posed for photographs outside Lenox Hill hospital with her husband and parents yesterday. British tabloid The Daily Mail claims Chelsea almost copy-catted the outfit of Kate Middleton when she left the hospital with Prince George last July.
Show the world what Clinton baby girl Charlotte may (or may not) look like.
This Saturday we continue our freaking experiment with provided source images.
Photoshop this image of the baby ball vendor any way you wish (image credit: Wilfredor). Some examples are - redress the vendor, make him sell baby balls in unusual places, etc. These are just some ideas.
UPDATE: It's a Boy!
The Duchess of Cambridge is in labor, and the world awaits for the birth of the royal baby, who will be the 3rd in line for the throne. Despite many speculations on "leaked info" on the gender of the royal baby, the official word from Buckingham Palace is that the couple do not know the sex of their first child, and are eagerly awaiting to find out, as the rest of the world.
To supersede the official news, let's show what the royal baby will look like.
#Royalbaby is trending on twitter as the announcement of Kate Middleton's pregnancy was made by The Royal Palace. People wanna know what the royal baby will look like. Twitter user @hotpatooties said this, referring to an FN image: "Kate and Will are expecting a baby, but there is a good chance they will have one of these".
To feed the curiosity of twitter users and all who want to know, photoshop what the royal baby (of Kate Middleton and Prince William) may look like.
Psychologists recommend - the best way for parents to emotionally connect with their babies, is to pretend they are babies too. Coming back to their childhood vision of life, parents will share emotions free of life experience and prejudices. In other words, in moments of play and joy with their children, parents should simply turn into oversized babies.
Let's help parents and babies swap places by swapping heads of babies and their parents.