Pleased to meet you. Hope you guess my name. Sympathy For The Devil
Shoulda pulled down a trophy too. Congrats, Pree. Great image...
Top 5 grats, A real tough show this week, lots of good stuff.
This is such an awesome chop pree,the smoke effects are terrific as well as Charlie's skin color and texture.I have to say I thought you would beat me,but I get so happy when I get a trophy,cause it's hit or miss with me.Anyways,this chop deserves a trophy for sure.Wish there was a 5th trophy.I must admit I have always looked up to your work Pree,your chops are amazing
You captured the essence of Charlie. Great job preemiememe
Super nice work, sould have grabbed a cup with ease. Top 5 congrats
I like a lot the smoke effect, awesome work ...Congrats on top 5 .
This Friday we continue our freaking experiment with provided source images. Charlie Chaplin was one of the world's most famous comedians, for his brilliant acting as much as for the unforgettable comic character he created - The Tramp. Chaplin said he came up with the Tramp spontaneously: "I wanted everything to be a contradiction: the coat tight, the pants baggy, the hat small, the shoes large, the caine fragile". Today's picture comes from Guatemala where a local clown tried to impersonate Charlie Chaplin. Yet, to be perfectly correct, Chaplin was never a clown but a comedian.
Photoshop this photo of Charlie Chaplin clown impersonator any way you wish.
This Saturday we continue our freaking experiment with provided source images.
Photoshop this photo of the Charlie Brown mugshot (image credit: Kevin Dooley) any way you wish. Some examples are - turn celebrities and politicians into Charlie Brown with the help of this mugshot, put Charlie Brown (from this source phote) into some new environment, use this image in posters and movies, etc. These are just some ideas. You are welcome to use either left or right part of the mugshot, or both of them in one chop.
Actor Charlie Sheen has been fired from his CBS sitcom "Two and a Half Men." Ironically, the network didn't pull the plug because of the star's recent antics involving prostitutes, drugs and multiple hospital visits, or his advocacy of crack cocaine it was an amazingly insane rant he delivered while speaking to conspiracy talk show host Alex Jones.
During his interview, Sheen claimed he'd cured himself of drug addiction by blinking, ranted about his magical fingers and called his show's creator a "charlatan".
In this contest we ask you to show how CBS could let Charlie Sheen know he's fired - memos, official letters, billboards, post it-notes, postcards, magazine covers, or any other creative ways of your choice. If you choose the letter/memo type of entry you are encouraged (but not required) to make the letter/memo with attached (safe for work) photographic evidence of Sheen's actions that were the reason for firing.
This Thursday was the 120th birthday of Sir Charles Spencer Chaplin, Jr., better known as Charlie Chaplin. Chaplin's first roles were for Mack Sennett's Keystone Studios, when Charlie created one of the most recognizable comic characters of all times. Later Chaplin wrote in his biography: "I had no idea what makeup to put on. I did not like my get-up as the press reporter [in Making a Living]. However on the way to the wardrobe I thought I would dress in baggy pants, big shoes, a cane and a derby hat. I wanted everything to be a contradiction: the pants baggy, the coat tight, the hat small and the shoes large. I was undecided whether to look old or young, but remembering Sennett had expected me to be a much older man, I added a small moustache, which I reasoned, would add age without hiding my expression. I had no idea of the character. But the moment I was dressed, the clothes and the makeup made me feel the person he was. I began to know him, and by the time I walked on stage he was fully born."
To mark the 120th birthday of Charlie Chaplin, photoshop him any way you wish. Some examples are: showing what modern movies Chaplin could have played in, what modern products he might endorse, Chaplin in famous paintings, etc.