Cool chop, Hidden. Noone ever thinks of Teddy when he gets replaced by an Xbox..
The frog knows that in a few days the Teddy will be attracting a lot of flies. Free lunch.
Who's there in window.. AWESOME THEME AND Heart touching. Direct to my Fav+
Thanks everyone. Eric it is a little girl with buttons sewn over her eyes
underneath the books at the border there seems to be a part of a shadow you forgot to erase. At least , i think it was not something you internded to have there..
Fixed. Thanks, Martijn. It was actually a torn area of the source wallpaper image. I agree it looks better edited out.
Thanks very much, Luciano. Losing Teddy was tough, but somehow I can still manage a smile.
Congrats Splat. These kind of chops of yours are my favorite pics in your port folio. Should have won imo. congrats just the same.
Clever and impressive. Love the huge mushroom in a pot.
And congrats SS, I thought this was a Funkwood too.. Well, fire with fire... Maybe I am going to have to chop in his style for a while and break up this dark cloud. Gee wiz
Thanks Jere...Your chop was a well deserved win. Thanks Newsy. It's the toads stool. : --> Thanks very much Hits. Thanks Doc and Gumster. Thanks Hobbit. I'm Glad you like it. Great Contest..Thanks everyone for all the great comments and high scores.
Excellent. I love it. I have no idea what it all means but it gives me the feeling you're into potted plants of sorts : )
Thanks Bob. I leave the meaning up to you Robb Thanks. Thanks Kellie. I'm Happy you like it. The 'teary eyed' card came up just short of gold. Maybe next time. Thanks very much, Elegary. and for the fave too.
The new "vampire flying frog" species has been discovered in southern Vietnamese cloud forests.
The frog lives on trees and can't really fly - rather it jumps from tree to tree. Neither does it suck blood, but it didn't stop scientists from calling it vampire flying frog (Latin - Rhacophorus vampyrus). The frog owns its bloodsucking moniker to its tadpole which sports the black fangs. Scientists are yet unsure what these fangs are used for, some suggest that they are useful in hunting and fighting with the frog's natural predators.
Take any frogs and photoshop them into vampires any way you wish.
Photoshop this frog image (click to download) any way you wish. Some examples are: merging this frog with other animals or objects,
giving this frog some paint-jobs, putting the frog into some unusual environment, using this frog image in advertisements, movies, paintings, etc. These are just some ideas.
You have 4 days to submit your entry. Submitting it early will give you plenty of time to read the critique comments and edit your image accordingly.
Many thanks to Adrian Gtz and
Stock Exchange for providing the source photo.
This Wednesday we continue our freaking experiment with provided source images.
Photoshop this tree frog image (click to download) any way you wish.
Some examples are - making this frog perform some stunts, designing a poster with this frog, putting the frog into some new environment, movies, paintings, etc. These are just some ideas.
Many thanks to Marie Jeanne Iliescu and Stock Exchange for providing the source photo.
Photoshop this frog image (CLICK HERE to download) any way you wish. Examples may include merging this frog with another animal, object, or including the frog into painting. These are just some ideas.
Many thanks to Stock Exchange for providing the source image.
This week is a national Frog Week in New Zealand, where the government tries to increase the population's awareness of the endangered amphibians. One of the Frog Week's slogans is "Embrace them or they may croak". The leader of the special Native Frog Recovery Group said that many frogs species are endangered not just in New Zealand but internationally. If only French could hear him...
Photoshop frogs any way you wish. Some examples could be showing how life would be different if frogs ruled the world, frogs merged with other animals or humans, including frogs in old paintings, etc. We will allow any type of frogs, even human created ones - "the crazy frog", Kermit, etc.