Some of these images are funny. Seen on Blue's News.
Worth1000 has two different themes of doctored images (some are really good and some are well not good):
- Detouching 3 -- Removing the retouching from airbrushed celebrities. They all look soooooooo perfect by the time their pics get to the pages of the magazines. They've got lines and wrinkles and blotches and pimples just like the rest of people do. Celebrity photos with warts and all, *without* the imperfections removed. There are 42 doctored photographs and eww!!!!!
- Superhero Dayjobs 4 -- What superheroes do to bring home the bacon. What jobs would they hold? Come on, they have to pay the rent somehow, what if all the evil, crime and injustice in the world disappeared tomorrow? They've got impressive skill sets-- put 'em to work. Artists take any superhero of comic book and/or TV and movie fame and give them a day job. A day job can be defined as any job that earns money. There are 61 doctored images.
BBC NEWS' article says computer generated imagery (CGI) is taking film a step further by bringing historical characters back to life on screen:
Worth1000's theme is on combining two television shows. There are 55 doctored photographs.
This is Worth1000's answer to those who cannot get celebrities as their mates. There are 34 images of celebrities as cyborgs/robots.
Today's Worth1000 theme is "If Pirates Ruled". Basically, depict the world if pirates ruled.
This Wired's article says there are five top contestants vying for the title of most beautiful virtual woman in the world.
None of them are attractive to me.