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Son Photoshops His Father Into Movie Scenes And Odd Places (30 Pics)

There are many ways you can show your love to your parents. One way is to give them a gift, something like a cup that says “world’s best parent” or a portrait made in their image. Or perhaps you could simply call them more often and visit (of course, once the pandemic is over). Well, a guy named Matt Bonito decided to show his love to his dad, Dom Bonito, a little differently.

Matt started to create photoshops around his father, placing him in movies, music videos, historical events, and many more odd places. The pictures Matt creates are quite funny and always catch you by surprise. And Dom can become what, perhaps, he wanted to be someday—an actor, singer, politician. Or at least have a nice laugh and see himself in unusual situations.

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Son Puts His Father In Historical And Film Images And The Result Is Better Than The Original

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Sum Guy8 hours ago

That’s a great photoshop job right there… the lighting, the shadows13ReplyView more comments

Matt told Bored Panda more about why and when he started to create these photoshops: “I started doing it about 6 or 7 years ago, just taking pictures of my dad messing about around the house and posting it on Facebook. My dad used to be a teacher at the local high school, which makes him a bit of a local celebrity where he lives. The posts became really popular among my (and his) friends. I then came up with the idea of inserting him into famous historical images, and then films and TV programs.”#2 

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Sarcastic Panda9 hours ago

ok, this is my favourite so far!11ReplyView more comments#3 

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Bardhi’s Dad9 hours ago

Where is Dom in this picture? I can’t see him6ReplyView more comments

“He absolutely loves doing it and looks forward to it every year, even though it’s quite a lot of work to put together, but he’s a performer at heart, so he really enjoys himself (and the attention he gets!)”#4 

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Alex the awful German9 hours ago

love that he is carrying a vacuum cleaner… he definetely deserves a owhn superhero name…How about VacDad?15ReplyView More Replies…View more commentshttps://e8d554c0de0291ab19cc695ee7296cf8.safeframe.googlesyndication.com/safeframe/1-0-37/html/container.html#5 

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Ms.M.8 hours ago

Here’s Dommy!5ReplyView more comments

Matt told us how his dad reacted to the very first photoshop he created: “The first year of doing it was just pictures of him doing silly things around the house, and we didn’t start photoshopping until the second year. He thought it was a great idea, though, and looks forward to it as much as anyone else.”#6 

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Sarcastic Panda9 hours ago

paint me like one of your french girls15ReplyView more comments#7 

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Sum Guy8 hours ago

Girls don’t bend like that when you kiss them these days… also, I’m scared I might drop her8ReplyView more comments

“My dad used to be a teacher at the local high school, and was quite a popular one, which is why so many people were initially excited by the idea, although he’s in his 80s now and long since retired. Beyond that, he’s a musician and has been playing regularly since the ’60s, and has done a lot of local theatre over the years, so he’s a performer at heart, which is why he always enjoys ‘acting’ for the pictures every year,” said Matt when asked to tell us more about his father.#8 

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Sarcastic Panda9 hours ago

omg i remember this scene! tbh, he’d be a good fit for the role9ReplyView more commentshttps://e8d554c0de0291ab19cc695ee7296cf8.safeframe.googlesyndication.com/safeframe/1-0-37/html/container.html#9 

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Sarcastic Panda9 hours ago

my sister was in a zoom and it’s so lucky she was on mute…9ReplyView more comments

Matts tells us more about himself: “I’m a graphic designer by trade, so I’ve been working with Photoshop for a long time (although you wouldn’t know it to look at some of my early efforts!). I’ve also inherited my dad’s musical talents—playing guitar, piano, drums, and singing—and have played in various bands over the years, although COVID means I won’t be performing anywhere any time soon!”#10 

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the toasty panda6 hours ago

he look so confused in that one13ReplyView more comments#11 

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‏‏‎3 hours ago

Grandpa must be like what the f*** is that4Reply

Matt said he, his girlfriend, and their slightly angry cat live near Cambridge in the UK and Matt’s dad lives in a small town about half an hour away. He also told us about his and his father’s relationship a little bit more: “My dad and I get on so well. We try to have dinner together at least once a week when the subject of Dadvent usually comes up. He’s basically an older version of me, so it’s nice to just hang out sometimes.”#12 

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the toasty panda6 hours ago

i dident do it i sweare4ReplyView more comments#13 

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Sarcastic Panda9 hours ago

uh, i think you gave me the wrong hammer10ReplyView More Replies…View more comments

The artist shared what his favorite part about creating these edits is: “Just the creativity of it all. More so when we put him into famous films, I try to choose serious scenes that are made comedy by my dad’s inclusion, like turning the ‘say hello to my little friend’ scene in Scarface into a failed banjo lesson.”#14 

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Justin G7 hours ago

He looks a lot like Robert De Niro5ReplyView more comments#15 

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Sarcastic Panda9 hours ago

if you strike me down, I will become more powerful than you can possibly imagine.6ReplyView more comments

We asked what their favorite image is and Matt even rang his dad to ask: “I’d have to say the Kim Kardashian one is a favorite for both of us, although the ET one comes a close second because it’s such a stupid image.”#16 

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Hi. YOu are wanted6 hours ago

You want a song for that girl you were talking about.3ReplyView more comments#17 

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Swyft5 hours ago

that look is like “How the f**k did I get here,”2ReplyView more comments

Matt shared what inspired this idea in the first place: “I’d seen other people doing advent calendar posts on Facebook—pictures of cute animals and stuff like that—but I thought it would just be funny to post pictures of my dad doing stupid things. It was only ever intended for my friends and family, but it got so popular that we’ve now got dedicated pages for it right across social media. The photoshopping came about purely because my dad’s kitchen is the only place in his house that has decent lighting, so rather than have him constantly doing things in just one room, I decided to cut him out and stick him in other places. The outfit he wears came from one of the early posts we did in the first year, and we thought it would be good to stick with it to make him look even more out of place in the images.”#18 

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Eva Schmutz6 hours ago

what movie is this from5ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#19 

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Sofia Cohn5 hours ago

That’s very punny. Hahahaha. Ill go home.6ReplyView more comments

“The whole thing takes quite a bit of effort. Coming up with the ideas for each post, finding time to take the pictures, as well as the photoshopping itself. I don’t have any professional photography gear, so all the photos are taken on my phone, which means a lot of work has to go into finding the right conditions to take the pictures. I either have to position my dad in places around the house where I can get the right kind of lighting, or wait for the right weather conditions for pictures that need to be taken outside. As you can see, some work is better than others. The year he broke his leg was quite difficult, and obviously doing everything in 2020 whilst maintaining social distance was quite tricky (thank god for optical zoom!), but it’s always such a fun thing to do, and it gives me a reason to hang out with my dad.”#20 

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William Ruel-Lee4 hours ago

Thanks2ReplyView more comments#21 

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Hi. YOu are wanted6 hours ago

What are you looking at me for?5Reply

What do you think of these edits? Tells us in the comments and don’t forget to go show some love to the artist on his social media!#22 

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Hi. YOu are wanted6 hours ago

VacDad is back.6ReplyView more comments#23 

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William Ruel-Lee4 hours ago

I’m just looking1ReplyView more comments#24 

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Lydia Shen5 hours ago

Braveheart!!1ReplyView more comments#25 

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Nerdy7 hours ago

these keep getting better6Reply#26 

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the toasty panda6 hours ago

they have been playing with his strings . . . .5Reply#27 

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Gavin Magnus4 hours ago

The Game of Banjos 5ReplyView more comments#28 

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Carmen Elena5 hours ago

No room, sorry.4ReplyView more comments

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Cat Turns Yellow After Turmeric Treatment For Its Fungal Infection (12 Pics)

Have you ever seen a real-life Pikachu cat? Well, if you haven’t, we should warn you that we wouldn’t recommend doing this to your pets without the consultation of experts. Facebook user and cat enthusiast Thammapa Supamas from Thailand accidentally turned her cat yellow when she applied turmeric to treat her fungal infection. Scroll down for Bored Panda‘s interview with the owner!

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This poor cat had a fungal infection

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So her owner applied a turmeric scrub to cure it

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Supamas was worried about her cat’s infection so she asked her mother for advice. She suggested applying turmeric—an Indian spice and medicinal herb used to treat infections. “My cat Ka-Pwong had ringworm, we did everything to cure it, but nothing worked. That was when my mother had the idea of using “saffron”. At first, she painted it on the ringworm but as there was a lot left, she decided to paint the whole body to prevent future mycoses,” said Supamas to Bored Panda.

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Unfortunately, the turmeric scrub changed the color of her fur but seemed to have worked

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However, once this Indian spice was applied to Ka-Pwong’s distinct white fur, it immediately turned it yellow. Moreover, the problem appeared when it came to washing the distinct color off as it wouldn’t wash off. As her whole body was covered in turmeric to prevent the infection from spreading further, the poor cat turned into a yellow creature. Much like Pikachu from the animated series Pokemon. “My cat may not even know it turns yellow now. Now the cat is cheerful and eats a lot as usual.”

However, the poor cat turned yellow

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To everyone’s concern, the owner reassured people that the Indian spice helped to cure Ka-Pwong’s infection. It “reduced itching and not licking the wound area.” However, the treatment shouldn’t be repeated without consulting a vet. Supamas says that she hopes that the color will fade away in 3 months and her fur will change. “I hope the fungus is cured, I still have to hope that my cat will turn white as well.”

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Here’s how she looked before and after the turmeric scrub

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The owner thought that she looked like Pikachu so she photoshopped a few features onto her photos

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She decided to post the pictures of her accidental mistake and it went viral, gaining thousands of shares, likes, and comments from people around the world. Many found the funny side of the accident and agreed that Ka-Pwong looked like Pikachu. Supamas even promptly photoshopped a few graphic features onto her photos to make it look even more similar to the character.

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Artist Shows How Roman Emperors Looked In Real Life By Using Facial Reconstruction, AI, And Photoshop

If you’ve ever set foot in a museum of Greek and Roman art, you’ve probably seen the rows of tranquil-looking concrete busts. They do, however, have no pupils in the eyes, lack any sort of color, and in general, get kinda repetitive after the third and fourth display hall.

But the artist named Haround Binous is bringing the dusty emperors back to life in a series of hyper-realistic illustrations. The guy from Université de Lausanne, Switzerland is combining facial recognition AI, Photoshop, and historical references to revive all the Roman emperors, from Augustus to Valentinian III.

The result is so precise and true to life, these ancient dudes with luscious curls and sun-kissed tans could easily pass as A-list Hollywood actors off duty. I mean, look at Augustus—is that you, Daniel Craig?

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Augustus

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Ani Archeron6 days ago

its like a mix of jeremy renner and daniel craig17ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#2 

Galba

Galba

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Brandy Dor6 days ago

Resting Bi+<h face!4ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#3 

Philip II

Philip II

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Deson5 days ago

What throws me off is you can see the pupils on the sculpture. The eyes in the CGI don’t match the location of the sculpture.13ReplyView More Replies…View more comments

Turning cold emperors’ stones into hyperreal flesh may seem like a mission impossible. But with the help of today’s machine learning technologies, images can be reconstructed and brought to life in colorful illustrations.

This is what Haroun has done for his Roman emperor recreations. With the help of AI, Photoshop, and historical references, he came up with these hyperrealistic illustrations giving us a glimpse of how great Roman emperors like Caius Julius Cæsar Germanicus and Nero looked in real life.#4 

Nero

Nero

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sbj6 days ago

Looks like Prince Harry has gained a bit of weight due to the lock down22ReplyView more commentshttps://39a7abab667053a521b6439f3c347194.safeframe.googlesyndication.com/safeframe/1-0-37/html/container.html#5 

Philip The Arab

Philip The Arab

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Martha Meyer6 days ago

The nose and mouth look completely different.24ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#6 

Gordian II

Gordian II

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Annette Herr2 days ago

This is the most similar. The others are way off.3ReplyView more comments

Haroun Binous said he used “superposition and simultaneous comparison” techniques that “allowed me to arrive at these faces.”But the facial features are just one part of the job. 

In order to get hold of the textures and colors, Haroun researched original historical sources. “Eyes, hair, and colors were based on quotes from Suetonius,” he wrote.#7 

Caligula

Caligula

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Kathryn Baylis5 days ago

Doesn’t look petulant enough.3ReplyView more comments#8 

Domitian

Domitian

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Kathryn Baylis5 days ago

Got the lips wrong,20ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#9 

Trajan

Trajan

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Miss Cris6 days ago

Not very similar to the sculpture…4ReplyView more comments

In reality, it’s not entirely clear how accurate the emperors’ busts are to begin with since our best evidence of how they looked are the busts themselves. However, we do perceive them as roughly accurate, since we now know that stylistically, the Romans preferred realism in their sculpture dating back to the Republican period.

Other than busts, historical sources do reveal a thing or two about the people of the Roman Empire. The Roman historian Gaius Suetonius Tranquillus, for example, who wrote during the early Imperial era, described some of the emperors in his notes.#10 

Tiberius

Tiberius

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Jonny Chevalier2 days ago

Mouth off as is farhead3ReplyView more comments#11 

Gordian III

Gordian III

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Miss Cris6 days ago

Where’s the litle hole on his chin?14ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#12 

Tacitus

Tacitus

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Jonny Chevalier2 days ago

Sculpture’s face looks more like Alec Guinness.1ReplyView more comments

According to Christies, Suetonius was very receptive to physiognomic thinking and “may have been swayed by them in his description of the fearsome appearance of Caligula.” He was presented as the epitome of arbitrary cruelty and immoral excesses that was reflected in his description of Caligula’s face.

On the other side of the opposite extreme, there was a fair share of heroic idealization of the most powerful men and it’s likely that their busts have done some justice to their looks. Who knows—maybe some of the most breathtaking busts have undergone an ancient equivalent of airbrushing? That, we may never know.#13 

Hadrian

Hadrian

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sbj6 days ago

Well, after all, he built that wall to last10ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#14 

Marcus Aurelius

Marcus Aurelius

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D-m Keilman6 days ago

I’m seeing a lot of Hyde from that 70s show in the bust.4ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#15 

Claudius Gothicus

Claudius Gothicus

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Jeremi Colvin3 days ago

Dude kinda resembles Jerry Falwell Jr. (before the trouble) falwell-12…6-jpeg.jpg0ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#16 

Vitellius

Vitellius

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Andrew Gibb6 days ago

John Goodman?5ReplyView more comments#17 

Lucius Verus

Lucius Verus

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boredpanDaman6 days ago

the sculpture is all curly, the end result is not… pfff, im dissapointed6ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#18 

Commodus

Commodus

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Catlady60006 days ago

Love the goofy sculpture15ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#19 

Diocletian

Diocletian

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Kathryn Baylis5 days ago(edited)

Total miss. Doesn’t look anything like the statue.15ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#20 

Gordian I

Gordian I

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boredpanDaman6 days ago

his knot!!2ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#21 

Theodosius I

Theodosius I

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Ava Suri6 days ago

Hair needs to be curlier, lips fuller9ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#22 

Claudius

Claudius

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Elak Swindell5 days ago

Eyes are wrong. Need to be close set like the original bust. That is an important feature.8ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#23 

Antoninus Pius

Antoninus Pius

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T Simmons5 days ago

Zuckerberg?!-2ReplyView More Replies…#24 

Valerian

Valerian

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Hollysmom5 days ago

The chin is really off3ReplyView more comments#25 

Caracalla

Caracalla

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Elak Swindell5 days ago

CGI face is too wide.4ReplyView more comments#26 

Maximinus Thrax

Maximinus Thrax

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Kathryn Baylis5 days ago

Hope he didn’t name his daughter Anne. Ba dum tss.14ReplyView more comments#27 

Maximian

Maximian

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boredpanDaman6 days ago

the statue looks chinese3ReplyView more comments#28 

Titus

Titus

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Miss Cris6 days ago

The pic face look less human than the sculpture!7ReplyView more comments#29 

Nerva

Nerva

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Kathryn Baylis5 days ago

Not a match at all.12ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#30 

Otho

Otho

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Wolfik6 days ago

Not even close.10ReplyView more comments

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This Artist Reimagined 10 Different Countries As Adorable Cartoon Characters

Lera Kiryakova is a Russian artist who is known for her adorable wide-eyed illustrations of celebrities and pop culture characters. However, recently the artist decided to try something a little different by creating illustrations of… countries and regions. And no, in case you were wondering, Lera didn’t just draw a bunch of maps. The artist illustrated ten countries and regions from all over the world as adorable cartoon characters, each of them inspired by outfits, animals, and foods specific to each country.

In an interview with Bored Panda, the artist said that in this project she wanted to how different all of us are – and that that’s amazing and wonderful. Lera says that it was interesting both to draw and study the nations, and their costumes. “I portrayed countries and people through cute girls because this is close to me and my art style. This project has become very special to me,” said the artist.

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#1 Mexico

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#2 Native American Girl

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Lera’s first idea was to draw every girl with a national animal but she soon realized that some of them were too big for the composition and decided to change them, like drawing the Indian girl with a snake instead of an elephant. “It doesn’t mean that the snake is a traditional animal, but it helps to bring out more history and spirit of the character,” points out the artist.

#3 Girl From The North

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#4 Mongolia

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When creating her illustrations, Lera always uses many references to learn more about costumes and all the little details, as well as use them for the characters’ poses. “I often use my own photo for that. Sometimes it’s funny, especially to take a photo of myself with different facial expressions,” joked the artist.

Lera always starts with an idea and then finds references for the poses, clothes, and faces. “Next, I do a fast sketch with a simple pencil on paper or directly in Photoshop,” explained the artist. “And then I work with colors. I always use my graphic tablet and Photoshop or an iPad. My favorite part is adding details and drawing hair.”

#5 Japan

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#6 Hawaii

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With over 14 years of experience, Lera is no newcomer when it comes to drawing – in fact, she even has an online course that you can take to improve your own skills!

#7 Ukraine

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#8 Kenya

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#9 India

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#10 Russia

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Photoshop Troll Who Takes Photo Requests Too Literally Strikes Again, And The Result Is Hilarious (31 New Pics)


Be careful what you wish for. That’s what you have to keep in mind when talking to Photoshop Wizard James Fridman. Sometimes, it feels like James is the incarnation of the Monkey’s Paw that makes you be careful with how you phrase your wishes.

Whatever the truth might be, this Prankmaster entertains us all by taking people’s requests to edit their pictures quite literally. He also adds his own unique comedic twist. We’ve collected some of his best newest work, so scroll down and enjoy! Oh, and don’t forget to upvote your faves (and we’re pretty darn sure you’ll like a lot of James’ photos).

After you’re done chuckling at this list and if you’re still in need of some of the Photoshop Wizard’s magic, Bored Panda kindly invites you to have a stroll (or is that a scroll?) through our earlier posts about Fridman’s work right here, here, and here.

More info: JamesFridman.com | Facebook | Instagram | Twitter

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Maya Haze 4 days agoCesar – you are just wonderful! James – what a beautiful soul you are!

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Samantha Bing 4 days agoPhotoshopping the dog to smile is the best part of this

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Bean59 4 days agohehe

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James has quite the fanbase. More than 1.39 million followers on Facebook. 1.9 million fans on Instagram. And a further 1.6 million happy campers on Twitter. That’s the kind of attention that you get only by providing consistent and quality entertainment.

Here’s the best part—James is open to requests and will happily photoshop your pics. Just keep in mind that your request might be made… public. Very public, in fact.

That’s why Fridman has a warning plastered everywhere: “Do not submit any personal photos that you do not want to be made public.” In other words, if you dare ask the Photoshop Wizard to cast a spell, don’t be surprised when you’re made to look like a fool. (Having a sense of humor and being able to laugh at yourself help quite a bit, we think.)

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Iggy 4 days agoGuffaw!

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Jo Choto 4 days agoBrilliant

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Lisa loves cats 4 days agoHAHA, OMG I SPILT MY COFFEE

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And in case you think that being able to laugh at yourself is a bunch of New Age baloney, here’s a truth bomb for ya: scientists have found, again and again, that laughter helps you manage stress. Not just on a spiritual but also on a biochemical level.

Not only does laughter shut down the production of stress hormones (e.g. cortisol), it also releases “feel-good” chemicals like dopamine into your system. Feeling stressed out? Have a laugh. Or better yet, send in a photo for Fridman to edit. Just keep in mind that you have to give him clear instructions of what you want. Monkey’s Paw, remember?

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Jo Choto 4 days agoNice one!

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Shannon Matthews 4 days agoLol I just went from extreme tiredness to non stop giggles with this one.

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Iggy 4 days agoWhat was wrong with the lake?

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boredpanDaman 4 days agoi love his sense of simpleness

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Katrė 4 days agoThe funny thing is, she DOES look like she’s standing in a hole in the floor in the first pic. 😀

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Tabitha L 3 days agoThe crooked bow tie is adorable. Perfection is boring.

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Bean59 4 days agooh my

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FULL_EFFECT 3 days agoI mean he did ask…

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Emma B 3 days agoShe should be more worried about that messy room!

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Iggy 4 days agoThat’s fantastic!

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Tabitha L 4 days agoI don’t understand for what the original request was asking.

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Alexandru Bucur 4 days agoThis is actually useful – she can just take the bottom of the modified picture and the top of the original one…

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FULL_EFFECT 3 days agoWhat’s wrong with nature?

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Jack Chandra 4 days agoWhy does it look like she’s doing her best to lean away from him?

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Iván Galarraga 4 days agoIn fact, that doesn’t went bad at all

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Martha Meyer 3 days agoWhen you went to Pisa, but think it is spelled “Piza“, you deserved that.

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Slaveya Y 4 days agoAlexei is kinda dickish and is trying too hard with his clothing

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FULL_EFFECT 3 days agoI would be asking the shadow to go off my head if I were him

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chi-wei shen 4 days agoThat might be true in every lonely night.

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Kristy P 4 days agoThis guy knows the word “aesthetic” and can use and spell it correctly, but “make it chair”? lol!

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Ania O 3 days agoI’d choose the egghead… At least he’s smart!

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FULL_EFFECT 3 days agoHe should have hade her arm really long

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A human i guess 3 days agoI would’ve made her blowing at a burning building or something

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I Use Toy Cars Instead Of Real Ones To Create These Car Ads

What happens when you have to create an advertising project about cars, but you don’t have a crew and have only toy cars (1:43 scale).

I got a referral from Skoda and a Hungarian car magazine to photograph model cars like they would be real. I accepted the challenge!

I really love these situations! Toy photography is special because I can do everything that is in my mind. There are no limits! If I need snow, I make it. If I need rain, desert, streets or anything I can create them!

I spend hours and hours creating miniature scenes with as many real elements as possible (e.g. smoke and dirt). Most of the photos took me 7 to 12 hours each to complete, but one particular shot took a whopping 10 days for set building, concept work, shooting, and post-production.

While it would be easier to fake things like motion blur using Photoshop, I actually captured it on camera – the blur you see in the backgrounds and in the cars’ wheels wasn’t the result of digital manipulation.

I build real scenery and try to turn my imagination into reality. My main principle is that I don’t use Photoshop for manipulation. I do everything in front of the camera (e.g. motion blur, rain, dust, etc). Of course, there are some cases when I can’t avoid this, but I always indicate which parts contain modifications.

After the Skoda project, I have worked on another one with the Mercedes G-Class model (1:18 scale).

You can watch work videos about the images and the bottom of the article you will find a behind the scenes picture collections. I hope you will enjoy it!

More info: Instagram

I did many takes to reach the perfect look for the flying dust

Manipulation: wheel motion, car lamps.
Real: everything else.

I built this scenery for days. I made many test pictures with smoke what was a nightmare. I spent hours and hours to blowing the perfect shaped smoke behind the car

Manipulation: car lamps, air dust, sunspot.
Real: everything else.

Here the motion blur is also real. I built a movable asphalt surface while the car was fixated

Manipulation: cloud texture, car lamps.
Real: everything else.

Action shot in the snow

Manipulation: car lamps.
Real: everything else.

Playing with perspective. This is one single image mixed with real environment

Everything is real in this photo

Driving in a storm. I used water spray for the rainy weather

Manipulation: car lamps.
Real: everything else.

I built movable scenery and fixed the car. So I could move the whole background and the road. It makes the background blurry and the “asphalt” spun the wheels

Manipulation: car lamps.
Real: everything else, the complete motion too.

I used greenscreen for the homogenous background. I changed its color and placed a cloud texture

Manipulation: car lamps, cloud texture.
Real: everything else.

In this image I wanted to create as much dynamic as possible. So I used a dutch camera angle and water splash

Manipulation: car lamps.
Real: everything else, yes every part of the splash as well!

The elegance of the G-Classe

Manipulation: car lamps.
Real: everything else.

Just for fun. A dreamy picture

Manipulation: car lamps.
Real: everything else.

Here you can watch the whole workflow including the scenery building and practical tricks

G-Classe series was a difficult challenge as well. At first, I checked the life-size one to collect some inspiration

Here you can see, how everything is moving except for the car

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Artist Shares Before And After Images To Show How Photoshop Helps Him Create Surreal Photos

Meet Kevin Carden – a photographer and digital artist who has the capacity to turn ordinary-looking living rooms into surreal and enchanting scenes with the power of Photoshop. Having started working with the photo editing software a decade ago, and while it is obvious that Kevin has the skills to transform photographs into magical paintings, he is now eager to share his knowledge with the world.

“I honestly want to encourage all the artists out there to keep being creative and keep trying to learn from others and learn from your own mistakes. It takes a lot of hard work, but it’s very rewarding in the end when you can share your passions and creativity with the rest of the world,” Kevin told Bored Panda.

More info: Instagram

Kevin Carden doesn’t shy away from sharing his creative process with the world

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Kevin Carden is a digital artist and photographer who doesn’t shy away from sharing his creative process. On his Instagram where he has over 319,000 followers now, Kevin offers people the chance to take a sneak peek at the creative process that he goes through before sharing the final version of the photo.

“I honestly want to encourage all the artists out there to keep being creative and keep trying to learn from others”

Image credits: christianpsart

He started learning to work with Photoshop a decade ago

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Kevin started playing around with Photoshop back in 2010, “a few years after I had graduated college.” At first, Kevin tells Bored Panda, he was just editing nature pictures that he had taken before fully realizing how “much more creative you can be with this software.” The photographer began blending multiple photographs together to create “really unique pieces of art” and hasn’t stopped for over a decade now.

And continues perfecting his techniques

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While he’s not immune to creative block

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“Coming up with creative ideas is usually the hardest part of my process,” the artist told Bored Panda. “I get inspiration from my faith and from themes in the Bible which are so much fun to illustrate. I also get inspiration from my wife and children as well, and oftentimes I am just illustrating everyday life as a father.”

He finds himself drawing inspiration from various things

Image credits: christianpsart

“Sometimes, I just get ideas out of the blue with no real explanation and those projects tend to be the most popular for some reason!”

Image credits: christianpsart

“I do have a more defined process that I use sometimes though, especially if I find myself in a block. I might try to look for unique relationships between two opposite themes or use other creative brainstorming techniques. And then sometimes I just get ideas out of the blue, with no real explanation, and those projects tend to be the most popular for some reason!” Kevin told us.

Kevin is also inspired by his family and his faith

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The artist says that his kids are enjoying the creative process

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When asked about what his family thinks of his craft, Kevin told Bored Panda: “It’s definitely a team effort! My wife and two kids are my favorite models of all time. And if I am featured in the picture, then my wife will usually be the one taking the pictures. Since our kids are young, they certainly don’t think these creative art pieces are anything odd. It’s just every day normal life for them. So I tell my daughter that I want to create a picture of her eating ice cream on the planet Venus, she gets excited because she gets to do something fun with her daddy, see a cool picture of herself, and even get a sweet treat in the end. Also, almost all of the photoshoots are in our home, often in the playroom or in our backyard. So the kids feel like they are in their natural setting and they can be themselves.”

The majority of the photoshoots are done at home

Image credits: christianpsart

So that the kids would feel more comfortable in their usual surroundings

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Kevin Carden also likes exploring religious themes through his art. “My faith is very important to me,” the artist says. “And, therefore, my artwork is going to convey these themes as well. The Bible is full of so many miracles and supernatural stories which cannot be easily portrayed using only photography.”

“My wife and two kids are my favorite models of all time”

Image credits: christianpsart

And by using technology, Kevin is able to transfer them into the world of magic

Image credits: christianpsart

“With the technology of editing software, I can bring those Biblical themes to life in creative and powerful ways. I am burdened by a large amount of cheesy and low-quality religious artwork out there. I am just blessed that God has given me this talent and I want to use it to create high quality and thought-provoking pieces of art.”

“God has given me this talent and I want to use it to create high quality and thought-provoking pieces of art”

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Most importantly, he wants to share his talent with others

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All in all, Kevin says that he couldn’t possibly be happier when it comes to his job. “There is nothing more amazing to me than being a digital artist,” he told Bored Panda. “I love being able to work from home, spend more quality time with my family, and spend my “working hours” doing something I really enjoy. There are some days that are better than others though. And nothing is more frustrating than when a project that you are working hard on does not come together.”

“It’s very rewarding in the end when you can share your passions and creativity with the rest of the world”

“I honestly want to encourage all the artists out there to keep being creative and keep trying to learn from others and learn from your own mistakes. It takes a lot of hard work, but it’s very rewarding in the end when you can share your passions and creativity with the rest of the world.”

To see more of Kevin Carden’s mesmerizing work and the tutorials for it, make sure to follow him on Instagram.

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I Use Photoshop To Make Myself Laugh

Too much photography takes itself too seriously. I want my work to look like anything other than work, it’s about play. I hunt for juxtapositions and irony while I’m out and about and try to turn my ideas into comedy using manipulation.

Most of my work is based in London, Sydney and New Zealand where I’ve spent most of my time in the last few years.

More info: instagram

Moonwalk

Office Games

Lover Jet

Invasion

Beachball

High Life

Freewheeling

Lazy Morning

Global Warming

No wifi

Friday

BBQ building

King Kong Down Under

Refill

Meatior

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IKEA Trolls Kanye West And Now The Internet Joins In

Back in March (in)famous rapper Kanye West expressed interest in a collaboration with furniture manufacturing giant IKEA. He tweeted the company months ago offering to work together, and now he finally got the response. Just maybe not exactly the one he expected.

He’s opened up the communication with a tweet saying: “Super inspired by my visit to IKEA today, really amazing company… my mind is racing with the possibilities…” IKEA didn’t respond to that one, but just recently Kanye was interviewed on BBC Radio 1, where he resurfaced his intentions: “I have to work with IKEA — make furniture for interior design, for architecture,” and after this he finally got IKEA’s response.

IKEA Australia posted a photo on Facebook of a Yeezy bed design reminiscent of the same controversial bed with naked celebrity wax figures from Kanye’s latest music clip. Unsurprisingly that also caught the attention of quite a few internauts who just happened to have Photoshop at hand.

More info: facebook (h/t: boredpanda)

In March Kanye tweeted that he’d love to work with IKEA

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Then, a month later, he threw another hint on Twitter…

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And just recently, IKEA responded to his collaboration request with an awesome answer

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#2 Kardash

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#3 Kanye Framye

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#4 Ikeanye

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#5 Mirror Mirror On The Wall, Who’s The Fairest Of Them All

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#6 I Am Not A Fish

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#7 Kanye Hest

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#8 Kanye

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#9 Sing Louder Under A Kanye Shower!

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#10 Quality Floral Ass!

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For more of IKEA’s funny moments head over here.

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11 Designer and Client Differences That Explain Why They Never Understand Each Other

While they should be on the same team in order to attract the audiences, the client and the designer often have completely different expectations when it comes to the product in the making.

While one of them wants bigger, bolder, and brighter, the other one is fascinated with minimalistic forms, pastel colors and subtle designs. While one of them believes photoshop is magic, the other one knows it’s draining work that requires hours of focus. And, of course, the differences don’t end there. To illustrate the designers’ point of view on this common occurrence ‘Trust Me, I’m A “Designer”‘ used an amusing animation that a lot of creators can relate to.

Scroll down to see the full list of the witty differences.

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Agne

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