Late last week, film director Kevin Smith pulled an anti-Silent Bob by unleashing a barrage of HateTweets (Is that a word? No? It should be!) against Southwest Airlines for kicking him off a plane because he was too fat. Although they later apologized, Southwest stuck to its gun by labeling him as a "safety concern."
I don't know about you, but looking at the photo above, Southwest may have a point here.
Just kidding - actually that's just Kevin Smith "avatized" by Robert Paulson, who has now avatized a bunch of other celebs:
Hey all, I'm the Avatizer. Yeah, that one. I started doing these photoshops the weekend Avatar came out cause I liked the movie and thought it'd be fun to do a few of these. Well people seemed to like them and requested more and soon a few became a dozen and and then a bunch until I ended up with over a hundred of these things seemingly overnight.
As you can probably tell, my early ones are very rough, mainly because I didn't have much experience with photoshop when I started so I've had to essentially learn how to do this as I go along. Each manipulation can take as little as 20-30 minutes to as much as 4 or 5 hours (especially when I wasn't quite sure how to do it). Now each one takes roughly an hour and a half to do, depending on how detailed the resolution is and whether their are arms/hands/legs to do too. If you want a general idea of how I do it, check out this timelapse video I did for my Ellen Page edit.
"Comments aren't censored, but those that are abusive or off-topic may be edited or deleted."
Apparently, this is not the case.
this whole incident has opened my eyes to how human beings view one another.
If they want to be treated like people, they shouldn't get sick/injured/have bad genes/be allowed to eat what they like! lolfatpeople.