Compact Animals - Photoshop Contest [28 entries]

G-rafft Picture

Winning entry, with a score of:
64.3%
Contest goal:

Many of us have seen chops of cars into miniature versions (as done so brilliantly by Solkee). The aim of this contest is to apply the same concept to an animal. As examples, you may choose to make a two legged dog or shorten a sausage dog.
Make the chops as realistic as possible so it looks like this is the way the animal was born.


Required level: 8+ or higher.
Status: finished. Check out the winners below!
Suggested by: RayTedwell

RayTedwell: I'm really glad this one was chosen, we're getting some great entries! ( 5 years and 1594 days ago )
Drivenslush: we're getting some super wackie entries .. awesome ( 5 years and 1594 days ago )
solkee: Ray, you are far too kind. ( 5 years and 1592 days ago )
RayTedwell: About the quality of the entries, or about the quality of your chops Solkee? 'Cos I couldn't be too kind about the latter! ( 5 years and 1591 days ago )
cabldawg71: this is a dang good contest indeed ( 5 years and 1590 days ago )
Contest Moderator: Any entry submitted after 2000hrs GMT July 9 will be removed ( 5 years and 1589 days ago )

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G-rafft - created by SOLARIS


G-rafft
Favs: 14SBS: 5Hi-resRank: 1/28Score: 64.3% (49)24398 views

If the title means nothing to you, means something like nested or compacted.
I see Im not the only one with that Idea. Well, happens.

Thanks to emwi (5 years and 1596 days ago)

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Little Big Head - created by solkee


Little Big Head
Favs: 4SBS: 15Hi-resRank: 2/28Score: 62.2% (42)27781 views

This is the problem with evolution sometimes. The big head can cause a terrible imbalance.

All done with just the source image. See SBS for details.
High Res uploaded to your convenience. (5 years and 1592 days ago)

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cloning issues (recloned) - created by SOLARIS


cloning issues (recloned)
Favs: 11SBS: 4Hi-resRank: 3/28Score: 61.6% (35)32756 views

well, real cloning does´nt always produces the best results.

Thanks to andrewp001 (5 years and 1596 days ago)

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Kaht - created by RickLaMesa


Kaht
Favs: 4SBS: n/aHi-resRank: 4/28Score: 61% (28)25208 views

(5 years and 1594 days ago)

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Kind O' Liz - created by George55


Kind O Liz
Favs: 2SBS: 5Hi-resRank: 5/28Score: 58.1% (22)21666 views

Nature working at its best. This compact lizard is now almost exterminated, like many kinds of animals.

Thanks to spygirl, for the pic of the lizard.

Thanks to snappler, for the pic of the bark texture. (5 years and 1596 days ago)

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