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Fun with Faces

September 29, 2008 Leave a comment

Creative, but can’t draw?  Technology has certainly made those who have trouble replicating real life into an artform. 

www.moonjee.com is a fun website to visit.  If you have some photos of faces on your computer, you can upload them and dabble with all the tools to give the subject a new look. 

You can add features, change shape, coloring, age, or even blend two portraits.

Their is also a portrait analysis based on the points on your face.  If you are brave enough, you can subject yourself to the computer’s attractiveness scale to see if you are considered one of the beautiful people. (Don’t take too much stock in this.)  However, there is a commentary on the portrait’s personality that you might find interesting.  I found it to have strong threads of truth, but then there were threads that were a bit off.  You be the judge.

Anyway, have fun giving yourself a makeover…or venting the frustrations of work by giving your boss a new look (it is convenient that there are a selection of scars from which to choose.  Try not to be too cruel. LOL)

You get to email it to the person as well.  I just spent about an hour messing with the site, but it has definite creative outlet possibilities.

How does this link to writing?  Create the faces of the characters in your novel.  Really get to know them.

 

 

 

 

 

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