Fat Crisis

The capabilities of Photoshop never cease to amaze me.

  1. As a Photoshop user I can assure you that transposing a head onto a hot body is easier..by far.

  2. moe29 says:

    what tool was that? i’d like to use it on my gut. lol.

  3. chuck says:

    why did he have to make her ass smaller?

  4. Chris Gregg says:

    The Dove Evolution film is another good one:


  5. sdf says:

    If you have the GIS skills, you can find Dvorak showing off his 6-pack. Left as an exercise to the reader.

  6. KJ says:

    Liquify plugin.

    That hair is terrible, though. If they were to print that 8×10 or higher it would stick out horribly.

  7. YeahRight says:

    It still is very well done.
    I would like to know all the steps this person took to get to that picture. Does anyone know the breakdown ?

  8. KJ says:

    It looks amazing, but you were only seeing basic use of the Liquify Addon. Just open it under the Filter menu, and it brings up the pane. On the left are the main tools, he was mostly using the first one, with a large brush, to push pixels around. Used bloat on the face, and pucker tools a bit too I think. You can try using the masks on the right to control which pixels are pushed around.

    Just don’t do color correction the way that guy was doing it, “eyeing it” can cause you to clip data too easily. Professionals will use the Curves tool.

    There’s lots of tutorials if you Google it, but it’s pretty easy to figure it out just playing around.

  9. huh? says:

    beer is a far cheaper alternative requiring almost no skill.

  10. Mac Guy says:

    I don’t think I want to imagine John C. wearing an outfit like that.

  11. Les says:

    So thats how they do a shot of Brittany Spears!

  12. venom monger says:

    why did he have to make her ass smaller?

    Because big asses are ghetto?

  13. hhopper says:

    Notice that he made everything thinner except for the boobs… he made them larger.

  14. Angel H. Wong says:

    And that’s the sole reason Apple sells Macs


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