Maybe Mandrak (or someone else) can give me (us) a short tutorial in that aspect - making a photo look more like a painting.
Her face/head may be a tad too big for the body. Otherwise pretty cool
Okay okay - head too big. Whatever. It wasn't intended to be a masterpiece. . I have found it very interesting that in real life that some of these stars DO have bigger heads than is the norm. I do not mean ego-heads, but large cranium type heads. It is almost like 'big heads' might film better. So there you go --- a contest suggestion - big-headed celebrities. Neck optional. I already 'know' how to do it. HA.
Hey, Hidden, just like with newscasters, something about the size of the cranium. One of our news channels allows you to watch them thru the glass, and, I swear, the head sizes are amazing--even the women. I have a big head, too...hmm...should I be excelling beyond the point I'm at. .
I do think there is something to it, East.
I loved your face of courtney as much as you loved my puppies. What I liked was the depth of her face and big head and hair, that's what set this apart from the rest of the field. Top 5 for me, lovely work.
Welcome to the advanced contests Doxie, everyone's a critic, ... Nice chop.
HO: I love you. Are you available. OOps...I forgot, I'm not. Nevermind. HA. FW: I have swam here before trying to chop my way out of the apprentice area....both are fun places to play.... Criticisms are okay - might sting but should learn from it hopefully.
I have met three local tv celebs - two of them have heads that look like they were hot glued on because they're so much too big for their bodies. One of them is actually SCARY in person the difference is so stark. I think you're on to something here for certain, Doxie.
aint: I originaly came upon this theory years ago when I saw a young teenage gal who was featured in a minor role in one of the Addams Family movies being interviewed on TV. The girl's head was enormous. Then when they showed film from the movie, the kid's big headedness actually seemed to make the camera love her... It is hard to describe.
Critiques are also hard to give, not just to take. If they're not worded just right, sometimes they come out misconstrued. Personally i think my critique skills are way behind my chopping skills, . Cheers.
American actress Courtney Cox has celebrated her 45th birthday this Monday. Cox is best known for her role of Monica Geller on the sitcom Friends. She was originally auditioned for the role of Rachel Green, but she was instead cast as the character Monica Geller. "Friends" became a mega successful sitcom which ran for 10 episodes from 1994 till 2004. Guinness Book of Records lists Cox as one of the highest paid sitcom actors (along with her co-stars) with $1 million-per-episode paycheck in the last season of "Friends".
To celebrate the 45th birthday of Courtney Cox photoshop her any way you wish.