Excellent. Love the color tones, depth and caricature.
Curse you hidden chopper, How in new jersy am I going to win now.
Simple Gummy......... use Charlie Sheen instead.
Almost looks like a diorama. Simply great.
Excellent work with source... good replacement of background and well illuminated theme good one
Wonderful use of colours and shadowing. In my opinion the contrast between foreground and background is eccessive. Awesome anyway.
Very clean work and great aging job on Bill Murray - he looks like an old Brit here. Congrats on the gold, DD.
Congrats on the Well-deserved Gold and Bronze.
I would congrats you but the truth is that I knew this would win,,, and in spite of my best wishes you advised me that I could use Charlie Sheen to beat you. Well it didn't So I want my money back. ha grats bro.
the forty-seven sources used. Bill murray plays Dr. Peter Venkman. Member reactions:
Well should I congratulate you now or scream DAMN IT. OK I'll do both.
Superb job done here. And, a great, subtle caricature.
"Who you gonna call." Ghostbusters." It's a freaking masterpiece. Everyone who loved the Ghostbusters movie should love it.
Nice Caricature of Bill and a great Job on Slimer. A Friend of mine once gave me some great advice. He suggested that I use 'Smart Objects' when working with a great number of source images like this one. The layers get ridiculously long, don't they. Grouping comes in real handy and the move tool short cut. Congratulations on your fantastic work.
A perfect re-invention of a master.... Great chop with lot of hardwork and perfection seen in each and every source used to create this Magic in-front of us.... A great job done by a Great Hand Gold Trophy guaranteed
Congratulations PSMandrake. It has that golden sheen all over it.
Congrats on the gold, PSM. And thanks for very informative and interesting comments here.
One of the best chops I've seen in a long time. Let's see some more, PS
Its hard to believe, but Bill Murray is 60 years old today. In 1976, he joined the cast of Saturday Night Live for the show's second season. After starring in Meatballs in 1979, Murray went on to star in a series of successful comedies in the 80s, including Caddyshack, Stripes, and Ghostbusters.
He then went on to reinvent himself with his starring role in Rushmore in 1998, re-reinvent himself again with his starring role in Lost in Translation in 2003, kick ass in Jim Jarmusch films, accidentally star in Garfield, chill in his mansion in the middle of the zombie apocalypse in Zombieland, and hilariously passive-aggressively trash Ghostbusters 3 every chance he gets nowadays. In short, he is still a giant of comedy and a monument to reinvented relevance, and for this, we salute him.
Here are some interesting Bill Murray facts:
* Bill Murray had originally planned a career as a doctor, although he left university after being arrested for possession of marijuana. Truly, medicine's loss was ruefully existential arthouse cinema's gain.
* Bill Murray is notoriously hard to pin down. If you want him to star in your film, you have to call his infrequently checked answering machine and wait for him to get back.
* As a consequence of this, he has missed out on roles in films like Monsters Inc, Charlie And The Chocolate Factory and Who Framed Roger Rabbit.
* Bill Murray was the singer in a band called the Dutch Masters as a teenager. What's more, he once played guitar onstage with Eric Clapton.
* Bill Murray's final inaudible whisper to Scarlett Johansson at the end of Lost In Translation is one of cinema's greatest-ever mysteries. In 2007, a digital remaster discovered that he appeared to say, "I have to be leaving, but I won't let that come between us, OK?"
* It's said that Bill Murray likes to sneak up behind strangers in New York, whisper, "Guess who?" And, when they turn around, tell them: "No one will ever believe you."
Happy 60th Birthday, Bill!
To mark the 60th birthday of Bill Murray, photoshop him any way you wish.