Putty Pose: Pink with Polka dots

Making a woman’s legs turn to jelly is an expression and a dream – not a goal for your graphics department.

Photoshop Disasters

This is a classic case of having photoshop work against you. Instead of a long-legged woman in a flirty dress, the audience is treated to flesh-coloured toothpaste pushed out of a frilly tube.

Thanks Kay. You can see the original on Amazon.

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  • http://twitter.com/richardginn richardginn

    One of these legs does not look like the other. One of these legs does not look like the other. Which one is real one, I do not know….

  • Button Ginger

    The girl’s left elbow seems to have been drawn with a CAD program

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Walrus-Kookookachoo/100002139363841 Walrus Kookookachoo

    the pro uses the liquify brush to pull, the amateur uses the liquify brush to push.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=501644963 Janet Cox Tuhey

    And that’s one fugly swimdress, too.

  • OurJames

    Have we seen this before?

  • stella

    It is called cellulite and even famous women have it. Haven’t any of you seen the close up of (famous woman’s name)’s thighs in the National Enquirer?

    • Jess

      That’s not cellulite – look at the three parallel dark lines on the model’s left leg. That’s the shadow of the hem of her dress where the texture’s been cloned to give her super long thighs. Also I think some of the wobbliness is from cutting away the background.

  • http://www.farah.cl/ Miguel Farah

    Her left hand looks terrible, too.

  • dma

    I just vomited a little…