Must. Gouge. Out. Eyes.
That’s supposed to be a jab at the post-shoot sculpting that photos of female models undergo before showing up in a magazine, right?
For some background - if you really are that curious: http://www.adweek.com/adfreak/gif-shows-you-just-how-photoshopped-justin-biebers-calvin-klein-ads-were-162280
Seeing all the pics of beeber, I see how he is trying to be another James Dean.
And failing at it.
Which bit was retouched?
And here I thought I was being funny when I 'shopped his head on that old Liefeld Captain America pic with the horrible anatomy the other day…
Gonna need a unicorn chaser
Mind you, that article has an «apparently this “before” picture was fake» - retraction.
Apparently it goes like this:
- The published ad photo is (of course) heavily retouched, as they always are.
- The skinnier, bigger-headed ‘original’ is an easy-to-spot fake, grossly reverse-engineered from 1. above.
- The actual original picture, showing how many photoshop steroids were added and so forth, remains a secret.
- “Sensory Homunculus” got a laugh out of me. So there’s that.
That sounds about right.
This is so much better than anything I could have even imagined.
Perhaps, as a humanitarian act, I should crowd-fund a Spyder for Bieber.
That did not make anything better
I don’t see what the problem is? Seems legit.
I think this a case were we actually need to go shallower, much shallower.
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