Halle Berry Front. Susan Sarandon Left. Kristen Stewart Right. Sources Member reactions:
Didn't know Halle was in the Girl Scouts. Funny.
Quality work, but a lot of celeb likeness is lost on Halle Berry by pasting the face onto the male head, thus changing the Berry head shape completely. It'd be better to paste part of the head together with the face. I must admit without reading the author comment I would not be able to recognize Berry or Sarandon here.
I thought it was Halle Berry, but otherwise thought it was Emma Watson and some unknown woman. You do great chops, if you could keep the distinct things about the celeb faces there, you'd come out a winner every time … then again, ignore that idea … I need a win now and then. Congrats.
Well Vlad, I learned something. Halle is skinny as hel11 and the times I have made a thin person and modified them proportionally to be fat, I get some loss of recognition. I was simply trying to stay true to fitting her to Ice T, proportions. I have see this happen enough to where it is probably better to save facial proportions and find a fat head to merge it to. Lesson learned. Thanks Icy, Newsy, Luciano, Eric and swashbuckle.
Congrats on the silver hitspinner. Always nicely done.
The dark saturated color palette suggested Funkwood...but it was you. Congrats on silvering.
Thanks, yep, there isn't much punch when using military colors LC. It's bound to have that monochrome feel unless you're depicting a battle in a paint factory I guess Thanks for the comments LC, Wanderer, Bob And Mr. Woodbox
Tim, thanks for the explanation of what happened behind the scenes. Why not keep the original Halle Berry's head though instead of reconstructing it. The way she looks now is some chubby pumpkin
Oh, I was just keeping true to her counterpart, Ice-T. He's a chubby soldier in the movie so.. I tried to make her chubby proportionally. But it doesn't work out very well by that approach. TY Newsy, TY Pat and TY Sai
Photoshop this berries image (click to download) any way you wish. Some examples are: making some fruit hybrids from these berries, showing creative ways to use these berries image in advertisements, art, putting the berries into some unusual environment. These are just some ideas.
Many thanks to Robbie Owen-Wahl and Stock Exchange for providing the source image.