Excellent caricature. As often, some difficulties in understanding the meaning of the objects inserted.
I like big butts I can not lie, but when you put them on that guy.... uhh congrats.
Quality work, but I would do heads much smaller - they are excessively big for those bodies
I appreciate you toning down the overexposure/haze lately. I can't tell if you are washing out your mistakes when you do that. So this lowered exposure actually shows your skill involved. Congrats on the gold.
Russian sanctions Goats are not food. They are citizens of Russia. Left. Igor Sechin is Executive Chairman of Rosneft. Right. Guennadi Timtchenko is the owner of the private investment group, Volga Group, which specializes in investments in energy. In the middle. Krim Pu Tin - Supreme ruler and beloved lord Russia Member reactions:
Three people, three different levels of light/shadow.
These goats give oli, not milk for sure . Great political chop, Hidden.
i like the idea, but i think you need to adjust color/ saturation/ contrast levels to make the faces match the arms and eachother.
Light sources don't agree. And there is the hassel to creating a good of friggin excellent chop. Stay the course until you find all compatible sources. Or get so good at painting that you can alter light source at will. It took me a long, long time to figure out those skills. Practice a bunch with the overlay brush, Wanderer. In a few months you will be able to master light sources like the best of them. Your theme here is excellent by the way
Thank you, Gentlemen. Always ready to take master class. Any your advice always appreciated, but often I am away from my PC with Photoshop or I don't know how I can fix problem.
Quality work. There should be some shadows from the fingers onto the cube methinks
Congratz Hitz, outstanding concept, great job..
Thanks to all. The original sources were itty bitty so enlarging from 400KB to 1800 makes for an absurd amount of detailing and sharpening. But in spite of the artifacts it worked. I would have loved to have hi rez sources to work with on this one
The latest round of sanctions against Russia, its political and economic isolation, has put a lot of strain on President Putin and it shows dramatically on his face. Although he tries to appear as "still a strong national leader", his rapidly aging face shows he's suffering from stress and insomnia, analysts say. He erratically recorded one of his urgent speeches to the nation at 2 am, with minimal preparations and makeup - something he's never done before - which again proves he's under a lot of distress and can't sleep at 2 am. Four plastic surgeons studying Putin's appearance in the last 6 months confirm his face goes through regular botox injections, and he's been using more makeup to hide the bags under his eyes and his sweating skin.
Today we'll help Putin save face, by putting him through plastic surgery and/or makeup.
Many thanks to Xray for the themepost.
This Friday we continue our freaking experiment with provided source images. Russian President Putin is under fire these days for his recent annexation of Ukraine's Crimea and Sevastopol. Though he tries to appear calm and confident in front of the cameras, his posture and face mimics usually say otherwise - Putin is under a lot of stress. The photo we present you today is from the 2012 APEC Summit held in Russia - when Putin was really calm and confident, and was treated with respect by other world leaders.
Photoshop this photo of President Putin reading a document any way you wish. Photo credit: RIA NOVOSTI
This Friday we continue our freaking experiment with provided source images.
Photoshop this photo of two Putin's press conference any way you wish. Some examples are: showing what surprises Putin may show during this press conference, what guests or journalists may ask Putin some questions, etc.
This Saturday we continue our freaking experiment with provided source images. After the recent tensions over Snowden, and then Syria, the foreign affairs between the US and Russia has hit the new low and descended into the state of mistrust and cold treatment. Are we heading to a new cold war?
Photoshop this image of Obama and Putin any way you wish. Some examples are - turn this "state of confusion" into a happy affair between the presidents, use the photo in billboards and promotional posters. These are just some ideas.
This Saturday we continue our freaking experiment with provided source images.
Photoshop this image of Obama and Putin at the G20 Summit in St.Petersburg, Russia, on September 6, 2013 any way you wish. Some examples are - show how things could go wrong between Obama and Putin on this summit, use the presidents in propaganda posters and movies, demotivational posters. These are just some ideas.