Photoshop the photo of two kids chatting in the country any way you wish. Some examples are: show what other places these kids may chat in, what objects they may climb, etc. These are just some ideas. (Many thanks to Brad Hammonds for providing the source photo.)
This is an Apprentice Contest. You are eligible to enter this contest if you have less than 5 golden trophies at Freaking News.
The half-human half-bat creature Bat Boy was created in the early days of Photoshop in 1992, by former Weekly World News editor Dick Kulpa. Bat Boy's iconic screaming face debuted on the cover of Weekly World News tabloid on June 23, 1992. This issue of WWN became the second-best selling issue in the tabloid's history, making Bat Boy a pop-culture icon that since then appeared in many WWN issues, several books and movies, and even had the whole musical about him.
We are doing this contest together with our partner site Weekly World News - WWN is inviting their visitors to come to FN and enter this contest. Together we are going to show the world that Bat Boy is an American hero and rules the world. The winners of this contest will featured by WWN at the end of the week in the special article dedicated to this contest. Select contest images may also be printed in the Weekly World News tabloid.
Photoshop Bat Boy any way you wish. Here's the original Bat Boy source image supplied by WWN. Some examples are: photoshopping celebrities and politicians as "Bat Boy", showing Bat Boy at famous locations and events, Bat Boy in movies and paintings... These are just some ideas.... Bat Boys, Bat Boys, what'cha gonna do?
Photoshop this life preserver image any way you wish. Examples may include changing its shape, merging the life preserver with some other object or animal, including the life preserver in paintings. These are just some ideas.
You have 3 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 Lyina for the idea, and to Stock Exchange for providing the source image.