This Monday we continue our freaking experiment with provided source images.
Photoshop this photo of the fire hydrant (image credit: Aprilzosia) any way you wish. Some examples are - re-shape and re-design this fire hydrant, put some animals and birds on it, use the fire plug in some odd way, make this fire hydrant image appear in posters and movies, etc. These are just some ideas.
This Friday we continue our freaking experiment with provided source images.
Photoshop this image of fire juggler any way you wish (image credit Sam Newman). Some examples are - making the fire juggler juggle something else or perform more stunts, designing a poster with the fire juggler, putting the juggler into some new environment, movies, paintings, etc. These are just some ideas.
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.
Southern California had a tough weekend - dozens of wildfires are quickly spreading with gusting winds, causing the state of emergency in 7 Californian counties and putting thousands of homes at risk. Firefighters are working around the clock to contain the spreading fires and to prevent them from spreading.
Photoshop fire any way you like. Some examples are settings things a flame, shaping fire into something (objects, liquids, etc), making new products with fire (e.g. Fire Pepsi), adding fire to composition in paintings and magazines. Your entry has to include at least some fire in it one way or another.
Big story this week - wild fires in LA and a neavy smoke in the city. Which causes millions of dollars in damages to LA businesses.
Smokers don't buy cigarettes any more, and spend more time outside.
In this contest you are asked to include fire into paintings of your choice. You can set things a flame, or show the combustion aftermath - burned objects and landscapes, smokes. Feel free to show characters in paintings fighting with fire or enjoying it.