I swear on my grandmother's grave that the cocada pudding was there when I found it. (Fixed from original. I don't know if it's good now, but it's good enough for a cocada joke) Member reactions:
Thanks. I gotta fix this up a bit, though. I was in a massive rush after I made it and didn't have time to fix the issues with the missed shadowing and beveling on the lettering. Once that's done, I also think it's a classic (it won't do well, score-wise, but it will make people laugh, and that's really my only goal, so I win every time)
Ya, I know the score feeling. But this is a great idea. Very clever and WTF is Cocada pudding. Eww.
I have no idea whatsoever what it actually is (though my guess would be some sort of coconut/milk desert...the latins are crazy for this combo for some reason), but from this day forward, for me, it's Spanish for Vanilla Fudge.
Hahaha. Vanilla Fudge w/ the Trojan Man over it takes on new connotations. Double eww.
Not really...that's always what Vanilla Fudge meant.
You have worked hard on this since you posted it.
It wasn't hard...I switched the font, added a bevel and a drop shadow and made a quick, custom gradient. It was all of about 15 minutes of work. The program does most of it for you.
thanks...got lucky with the cocada pudding. I was originally going to do a Hungry Man Breakfast ('cause ya know...sausage and all) but then I saw this and the breakfast idea went out the window.
Good Job, the pudding and the title is wonderful to include in this stuff, good one to see "strong enough for a man" wanna to know Made for whom .
Thanks, but I missed the shadow under the red portion and the yellow/orange in the name isn't quite right...plus, that drop shadow is too large. It's OK, though...I was certainly done with it despite the mistakes.
Hmm cocada pudding, I must look up the recipe.
shake well before serving, in case those insrtuctions are omitted.
yup them and china, great chop get the message thru
Maaan, look at the sheep and crow in the top windows, and "sorry we are closed" sign. Work of art.
Good eye Premie. I used his face for parts, see here.
Pree, face expression is indeed Tump's. Trump always looks like a piggy who did not get enough (money)
That little piggy always went to the bank. Awesome work.
Man, top 3 places for Rain-maker. Triple congrats, mate.
top 3.... terrific work....... congreatulations rain
Tifecta fever. Great entries all, I like the wall on this one and the great detail on the other two. Congrats on yet another clean sweep. You are definately sharpening everyones skills with your work and raising the bar ever higher.
Another Trophy "Roadblock" by AZRM. Two of those showing on the homepage at the same time. Pretty impressive, Rain. WTG
Thanks all for the votes and comments Aging and fading the signs into the wall was probably the most rewarding fx to do in this pic.
Photoshop the photo of this Mexican wolf any way you wish. Some examples are: merge the wolf with other animals, use this Mexican wolf image in posters and paintings, etc. These are just some ideas.
This is an Apprentice Contest. You are eligible to enter this contest if you have less than 5 golden trophies at Freaking News.
You have 7 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 Jim Clark for providing the source photo.
Show events on the US-Mexican border - guarding, smuggling, illegal
border crossing. Now that the troops will be deployed, smuggling and
illegal border crossing will become more complicated, so feel free to
show any tricks or devices Mexicans may come up with. Feel free to
"construct" US-Mexican border and its surroundings. E.g. make a border
house split in two by the border line.
Those who are up for a challenge can show contrast in US and Mexico on
the opposite sides of US-Mexican border. Such entries can show
US-Mexican border "splitting" the picture in two parts - US part and
Mexican part, and show drastic contrast in life style, architecture