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TheScarletBaltan
6/30/2015 2:54:23 PM
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Celebrities with tiny heads

Have you noticed we've never done this? (Well partially with "celebrities losing face", but this time's the whole head, not just making one part disappear Well, for this contest idea you must pick an anime celebrity and make it look like its head was shrunken down
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NewsMaster
Independents
6/30/2015 4:58:35 PM


Status: Commander in Chief
Nice idea, we may try it this week!
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Hitspinner
Independents
7/4/2015 9:11:43 PM


Status: Commander in Chief
I like it. I have attempted that in the past with mixed results, being the larger head styles seem to garner more favoritism. Might be fun with everyone on the same page/rules
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Gummy
Republicans
7/7/2015 7:16:50 PM


Status: Commander in Chief
Holy crap you'll cause a rip in the fabric of space/time.
A tiny head contest here at Bobble Head Central. Say it ain't so.

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Hitspinner
Independents
7/9/2015 11:04:13 AM


Status: Commander in Chief
OMG!

What would we do without bobble heads?
This is a question that has plagued choppers since their introduction into the space/time continuum. Much like the atom bomb; a monster has been unleashed and we simply can't take it back. I am not sure that combating this plague can be accomplished with smaller bombs or smaller heads in this case.
It may well be that in order for the bobble heads to go away we need to out-law them. Of course this would cause the site to crash and choppers to revolt and eventually withdraw into a catatonic state and a bib full of drool. So, something with equal or greater allure to chop must be substituted.
I vote for insect p 0 r n

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NewsMaster
Independents
7/10/2015 2:41:16 PM


Status: Commander in Chief
The contest is live. I've put it for Friday and it has the while 3 days of submissions.
Have at it!

Ah, the bobble heads and caricatures! They have taken over since a while ago! They are nice works of art, and still enjoyable, as long as they don't take over the whole site
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Gummy
Republicans
7/11/2015 8:41:00 AM


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Tanks Newsy
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Hitspinner
Independents
7/15/2015 8:36:19 PM


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Well, that was very successful. Good contest. I entered one that took about 6 minutes rather than some crazy, time consuming project chop. It placed just about where I figured it would. Kudos to all that entered. Was a decent turn out and lots of goofy looking chops! I think it's worth doing again
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NewsMaster
Independents
7/16/2015 1:44:44 PM


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On 7/15/2015 8:36:19 PM, Hitspinner said:
Well, that was very successful. Good contest. I entered one that took about 6 minutes rather than some crazy, time consuming project chop. It placed just about where I figured it would. Kudos to all that entered. Was a decent turn out and lots of goofy looking chops! I think it's worth doing again


Well, it looks like it cold even be competing with big head caricatures, if enough members will give it a try.
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Hitspinner
Independents
7/17/2015 4:13:55 AM


Status: Commander in Chief

On 7/16/2015 1:44:44 PM, NewsMaster said:

On 7/15/2015 8:36:19 PM, Hitspinner said:
Well, that was very successful. Good contest. I entered one that took about 6 minutes rather than some crazy, time consuming project chop. It placed just about where I figured it would. Kudos to all that entered. Was a decent turn out and lots of goofy looking chops! I think it's worth doing again


Well, it looks like it cold even be competing with big head caricatures, if enough members will give it a try.

I DID A FEW CHOPS WITH LITTLE HEADS BUT DIDN'T GET THE FAVORABLE FEEDBACK I EXPECTED SO I GAVE UP...OOOPS Cap lock LOL But I'll try it again and test the waters.

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NewsMaster
Independents
7/17/2015 5:10:20 AM


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I know you did, but you transformed them, not just shrunk them (as this contest was asking)
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Hitspinner
Independents
7/17/2015 11:56:35 AM


Status: Commander in Chief

On 7/17/2015 5:10:20 AM, NewsMaster said:
I know you did, but you transformed them, not just shrunk them (as this contest was asking)



Hmmm good point. You may well be right. I only vaguely remember the response, not specific chops. Altering the likeness can be hit or miss because everyone seems to have slightly different settings on their recognition filter. In other words, we don't perceive people and objects exactly the same and when the characterizing process goes off the rails is when facial recognition points wander too far from the stored (face) memory file we keep. The trick seems to be to find facial characteristics, common denominators, that everyone agrees on. Or, just never try for extremes in the first place and employ a standard system like adding on Mr. Potato Head parts and staying in a specific stylized pocket. I did that for a little while as you may recall. But I prefer to explore the extremes yet there is always a risk of missing the mark when you venture in new territory. So that added to shrinking the head, yeah, I get it. Might be a little too much. Definitely gives me food for thought.

The one observation I think might be helpful when doing small heads is go bigger. Throw the rules of portrait dynamics out the window. Make the body huge and take up 2/3rds of the frame and then work in the smaller head. This allows you to retain the vital definition of the face, which is still the focal subject. That is just something to consider. Thanks Cheers
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IcyAllEyeCan
Independents
7/23/2015 1:19:03 PM


Status: Commander in Chief
If you want to know how "everyone" feels about a celebs recognition factors, look at caricatures other artists have done -- see what they left alone and see if it still looks like X to you. Of course, you're going to do your own work and use your own ideas, but you can "reference history" and see what the consensus is about what makes that person that recognizable person.
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~Icyhttp://phorho.blogspot.com


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