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Ironically, giving the model a stomach that skinny makes her clothes look like they fit horribly.
The lack of bellybutton and any visible ribs – you know, the stuff that makes up a normal human – make this disaster look extra bad. Since you can view this model from different angles, I’m forced to wonder if she’ll disappear completely if you swipe it just right.
I love it when models have the same range of motion as the stick people on bathroom doors.
The outright disasters can be the hardest ones to comment on due to the paralysis of choice (which would be a great name for this piece). In no particular order, check out: the sloppy motion blur, the weird perspective on the woman’s right arm, the cut off at the bottom, the semi-transparent feet at the edges, and the faux-gut the man has due to his arm shadow.
Oh, also? You’re not allowed to sit in shopping carts or run around with them. Trust me – there’s not a Costco within 100kms I’m allowed in.
This was sent in by X (A graphic designer from Martinique). The original can be seen here.
If your ad implies your model suffers from internal trauma, you may have overdone it with Photoshop.
Ribcages, like thighs that reach your butt, are just another superfluous part of a person. I look forward to the day when human evolution takes us to the point where our women are eight-feet-tall bird people with joints that spin in every possible direction.
Thanks Beth for the great find. You can see the original on Amiclubwear.
Finally, some masculine proportions that are completely skewed. Equal mistreatment!
There are a few lessons here. In no particular order: mind perspective, especially when your model is wearing dark clothes; never skip leg day at the gym; finally, avoid that pose, because seriously, the only thing more unnatural than these proportions is that position.
Thanks Enrique for the find.
Give me a look that says “fierce” and “my shoulder just dislocated.” Perfect!
Between that bust, these shoulders, and those pencil-thin arms, we got a woman that can only be described as structurally unsound. It’s a good thing that’s a sheer sweater, lest she fall apart at the seams from the sheer (I’m too proud of myself for this pun) weight of it.
Thanks Erika. You can see the original on BodyCentral.