They've been inseparable for decades - and truly are a virtual two-headed magic act. Member reactions:
Double heads are good, double arms are useless.
luciano - I don't find that observation helpful, and didn't ask for it. Please respect that.
This is BRILLIANT. I love everything about it. Especially the processing, the look. HOW did you do this. No state secrets, but hints. .. Just exceptional, I'd bet they'd love to see it. I think I might just tweet a link to it to them for you. CONGRATS, honestly this could have taken the gold and it would be deserved. Original and fabulous.
I'll follow the Funkmeister anytime, and be glad for it. Many thanks.
Sharpness and cleanliness takes a chop a long way in these things Icy. Great job Swashbuckle. Congrats on the silver
I think this is excellent. Something wrong with the perspective on the paw that's forward on the skull. But the leopard otherwise is fabulous. Congrats on a deserved win.
Well I'll be flabbergasted. Icy caught one of the very rare funkwood mistakes I don't even expect to find anymore. Just proves you are mortal after all Hehe. Aside from that, stellar looking chop sir Funk. Congrats on the gold.
Thanks all....Yeah I suppose I should've used something smaller than the skull and moved it back a bit...
Yep, that is all it was. But hey, as I am looking at this, I see an M.C. Escher illusion going on. Just say it was on purpose, right. hahahahaha. It could be a cool thing to have a contest with perspective anomalies.
Most turtles and tortoises pull their head into their shell, in times of danger, and especially in the presence of predators. During this process the neck usually folds to the side or into a vertical S shape, and the neck's skin bunches up. That is why shirts and sweaters with bunched up neck are called "turtleneck".
Photoshop celebrities partially hiding their heads in their clothes (as turtles hide heads in their shells). The themepost provides a good example.
Depicting a bright idea as a light bulb can be traced back almost as far as the invention of light bulb itself. However only recently media started using "light bulb as human head" idea, which turned out to be successful, or to say literally quite... bright.
Take any celebrity or politician and replace their head with a light bulb.
Let's show which celebrities are (not) the brightest bulb in the box.
Many thanks to Felina for the themepost.
Our veteran chopper GarRobMil suggested something we haven't tried before - shrinking celebrity faces on their heads. We suppose this is yet another way to lose a face :)
Take any celebrity and shrink his/her face (while keeping the head size intact or making the head even bigger). Here's a good example. Please don't forget to put celebrity names in your entry titles.
"Horsemaning," or fake beheading, was a popular way of taking pictures in the 1920s. It's currently experiencing a revival and is basically the new planking. Here are some modern day adaptations of this popular new/old photo trend.
Photoshop headless celebrities holding their heads any way you wish. Please avoid too much blood in your entries.
An international panel of scientific experts said that cell phones should be considered a possible cause of brain cancer, according to media reports on Tuesday.
The World Health Organization (WHO) issued a press release last week announcing that its International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) was classifying radiofrequency electromagnetic fields emitted by wireless phones as a possible carcinogen.
The announcement came as a working group of 31 scientists from around the world met this week in Lyons, France, to determine whether cell phone emissions could cause cancer.
To raise awareness of negative effects of cell phones on the human head, photoshop people with their heads replaced with cell phones.