VISION HUMAN FLIGHT..... FROM THE TIMES OF ICARUS, FROM THE MIDDLE AGES TO THE PRESENT DAY ... THE MAN HAS ALWAYS DREAMED OF FLYING ... THE FLIGHT FROM THE BEGINNING WAS DONE WITH MACHINES RUDIMENTARY. TODAY IS VERY EVOLVED, AND NOW THE MAN WANTS TO GET TO THE STARS ... MAYBE ONE DAY WE COME. Member reactions:
Clean as a whistle and beautifully done, hidden.
Now Were Talking. Marvelous composition..... Love it
Congrats on the Bronze, Ricky … great work as always, and a refreshing, but hopefully not lengthy, departure from the caricatures.
Breathtaking work, Ricky. Kinda makes me think of Nostradamus too. Congrats on the bronze.
Congrats Ricky. Beautyful piece, especially the crown on the skull.
British tabloid The Sun says human bodies are evolving more rapidly than centuries ago. Longer life span and hectic life style contribute to people having children later in their lives, and thus passing more accumulated mutations with their DNA to the future generations. The Sun claims some signs of the evolution trends are visible even today - compared to the excavated skeletons of two thousand years ago, the modern human skeletons are not just taller, but show "vertically stretched" proportions compared to the excavations. The Sun predicts that just within the next thousand years our bodies will go through a series of changes such as smaller brain, bigger eyes, shorter intestines, and long arms and fingers - the image quite distant from the modern beauty standards.
Photoshop how future humans may (or may not) look.
The modern theory of evolution says that humans descended from animals - our ancestors were fishes, reptiles, and finally monkeys. From biology schoolbooks, we all remember the images of human embryo development and how at different stages the human embryo looks very similar to the embryos of different animals. Surprisingly, in our early stages, we look closest to rabbits. That may explain some human mating habits too.
Photoshop any animals with mouths, eyes, or noses changed for human's. You can also add some human hair (and haircuts) to animals.
Many thanks to preemiememe for the themepost.
Film director Peter Jackson made the announcement in a special video message posted on his Facebook page to celebrate the start of Tolkien Week. The novel The Hobbit by JRR Tolkien was first published on September 21, 1937 - 75 years ago this Friday - while the novel's fictional heroes Bilbo and Frodo Baggins are both said to be born on September 22. A new trailer for The Hobbit will premiere on Wednesday.
Hobbits, created 75 years ago by JRR Tolkien, are essentially half-humans, half-rabbits. Today we ask you to mix humans and rabbits any way you wish. (Remember to keep your entries Safe For Work).
Many thanks to Romke for the contest idea.
Russian President Vladimir Putin will put on a fake beak and fly a motorized hang-glider to lead a flock of endangered young Siberian white cranes on part of their migration to Asia, Kremlin officials said.
The cranes, raised in captivity, do not know how to fly south, and environmentalists have to devise an imitation lead crane to show them the way. Updated article - after the flight.
Merge birds and humans any way you wish.
A new species of monkey that sports a funky white beard has been discovered in the Amazon, researchers announced this week, but the primate is at risk of becoming extinct.
The monkey's size is similar to that of domestic cats, and it and has grayish-brown hair. Its long tail is stippled with gray, and it has a white beard around its cheeks.
Take any animals (except humans) and add human beards or human mustache to them.