Lots of white outlines on splatter. And what is the blood splattered and dripping on. Is she behind a window. Where did the blood come from.
Good chop but teeth look too withe and bright to me.
From the vertical positions of the blood lines, I figure the source was of blood splattered on the vertical glass. The white outlines in this case look natural - the same effect happens with lenses - they get this outline glow when light gets on them. Could also be that some drops got dry on the edges. In any case this looks natural to me, considering Palin is behind the blood-splattered glass
Recently we run the Celebrities with Shark Mouths contest. Today, as we are getting closer to Halloween, we are going to try something similar and possibly scarier.
Photoshop dog mouths onto celebrity faces. You can also blend dog noses in addition to mouths (though it's not required). Profile photos may work best for blending in this contest, as in the themepost by
Don't forget to include celebrity names in your entry titles.
This week is the annual "Shark Week" - the tradition that began in 1995 by The Discovery Channel and has endured the test of time as it entered its 19th year. In fact, the event has become such a phenomenon that it has drawn more than 20 million viewers each year since 1995. Did you get a chance to see the Sunday's episode "Shark After Dark" where they talked about the submarine shark? We think it is very real, as depicted by krrish. Lately, sharks are becoming scarce across the world's oceans due in large part to finning and the appetite for shark fin soup.
Photoshop shark mouths onto celebrity faces.
Many thanks to rarely for the themepost.
Nosemouth site features some amazing transformation of celebrities into mouthless, big-nosed creatures. Since they have no mouth they can't smile or frown, but maybe they can show their emotions by moving their humongous noses? They can't speak either, but again, something will come out of their noses instead?
Take any celebrities, increase their noses and remove their mouths, like in the examples above.
Please don't forget to include celebrity names in your entry titles.
Last week was a "shark week". The shark week tradition began in 1995 by The Discovery Channel and has endured the test of time as it entered its 18th year. In fact, the event has become such a phenomenon that it has drawn more than 20 million viewers each year since 1995. Unfortunately, these apex predators are becoming scarce across the world's oceans due in large part to finning and the appetite for shark fin soup.
In belated celebration of the shark week, photoshop shark mouths onto celebrity faces.
Our original Mouth Eyes contest became a quick internet sensation, and has been covered by many Internet media. Today we are going to make a sequel which will take this contest to a new level.
Photoshop mouths in the place of eyes of any celebrities or politicians, then replicate them on several levels as in
this example. Please don't forget to include celebrity names in your entry titles.