Photoshop Art – How to create Fantasy Creatures

Mix it up with Photoshop

There is a interesting article from Michael Zhang at PetaPixel about creating Chimeras by Photoshop.

“So cool – have to share this” was my first thought

When I saw this pictures, I thought that I have to share this great piece of work. So have a look at the full article at Photoshop Chimeras: Fantasy Creatures Created by Splicing Photos where you see many other pictures of Chimeras and a little “How-to”

The “not so dangerous” LionMouse

LionMouse

The “friendly” PenguWhale

Photoshop Art by PetaPixel

Have a great day and enjoy

The full article is at Photoshop Chimeras: Fantasy Creatures Created by Splicing Photos

3 comments

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  2. Margo Rowland · · Reply

    Pete Souza has been doing incredible work documenting President Obama’s first term, and it’s difficult to choose his best photo from this past year, but I thought the below picture of Obama sitting in a White House cabinet meeting is an extraordinarily quirky portrayal of the President, taken from an unusual view-point. It shows little more than the chair with a badge identifying who it belongs to, and the President”s back of the head . But I’m sure the head (and the ears!) would be recognisable even without the badge on the chair, but the metal tag does give an air of authority. Amusingly, The Obama campaign tweeted the photo after Clint Eastwood’s infamous empty chair speech at the RNC, with the words ‘This seat’s taken’. I also like how the roundness of the President’s head matches the curves on the wall on the other side of the room.

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