I Photoshopped together this square of Minecraft pig ham based on a funny tweet that my friend/co-worker Kimber Streams made.
Posts tagged Photoshop
This awesome photo manipulation created by Florida artist Gordon Tarpley of GT Props mixes together both the Star Wars bounty hunter Jango Fett with Django Freeman, a character played by Jamie Foxx in Quentin Tarantino's western film Django Unchained.
Star Wars Taxidermy, a project by Boston artist Jon Defreest for Tauntr, features a Photoshopped series of images that mounts the heads of creatures found in the Star Wars films lovingly on various fireplaces.
This is my Photoshop based off the previously posted Transformers themed political yard sign via redditor BergerKing80. It’s Megatron’s mini political stand-in for when he steps off of the campaign trail to quickly wreak universal havoc. The original image can be seen on a post that I wrote for Laughing Squid.
Light Landspeeder is a Tron: Legacy / Star Wars film mashup of a Land Speeder and Light Cycle that I created back in 2010 which should become a reality since The Walt Disney Company recently acquired Lucasfilm. This piece was inspired by a comment made by my friend / artist Geekleetist regarding a great Tron-Taun mashup by David Swart.
My good friend Jesse is getting married to a lovely lady name Jessi this Saturday (10/13/2012) and the two fellow geeks asked if I could help with making a drawing / photoshop of them as video game characters. This is what the end result was, after some Photoshop work and rebuilding the Mass Effect logo. Jessi wanted a SNES instruction manual look for the cover design, so that is what I tried for. It also received a modern Mass Effect twist.
“Fight for the Love" is simply a remix of the Mass Effect 2 slogan "Fight for the Lost”
Jess Effect - Fight for the Love: 10-13-2012
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Baldursgate.com has been hosting a count down to something special and today it finally ended. It was a countdown to the website crashing, I think…
This is how it went down (from a Nicolas Cage POV, of course).