Any photoshop people who could tweak a frog picture to make it smile?


#1

I’m thinking about the frog in my profile, I think it’d be funny to have just the far right and far left edge of his lips curl up into smile. Same goes for anther pic I haven’t posted yet. It is one of the most beautiful images i have, only dinged by the grumpy look on the frog’s face (that is a look of being content and safe). It’d be perfect to have happy cat instead of grumpy cat… err happy frop instead of grumpy frop.


#2


#3

No need to thank me!

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(in case the sarcasm doesn’t come through - this is a dopey effort done in MS Paint. I am not a Photoshop person!)


#4

Give me the photo at the best res you have and I’ll have a go at it. Can’t guarantee 100% success, though :)


#5

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Also added googley eyes because they make everything funny.


#6

My take would be this, but again, if you give me a better res picture I could do a better job (it’s gets too blurry as it is):

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#7

You can find her at the bottom of Jeff’s original post there.

I absolutely love the grumpy looks of frogs, personally. They are happy, but not showing it because of their restraint and education.


#8

Beautifully stated. Would like your post except I can’t.


#9

Thanks,

ok, here you go. Hope you like it @jpinard! If you want some changes feel free to ask (takes like 10 minutes).

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#10

Very cool! Nicely done.


#11

Hahahaha that is so funny.

I’ve been… thinking a lot. Too much if you’ve read my posting and it’s been a bit too negative and was concerned a grumpy looking frog in my pic would signify that I’m just always negative and didn’t want to be thought of that way.

Maybe I should keep it unedited. I’ll post the other pic when I decide on the which version of the 5 I took to not waste anyone’s time.


#12

I assume they’re pictures of your frogs?

It’s funny, I had the same problem. I took a picture of my crow to use as a forum avatar, which I guess looks sort of grumpy by crow standards, and someone told me he always read my posts in a grumpy tone because of that. I’d say yours is more of a neutral-looking frog, though.

(This is not by beluga, however.)


#13

Don’t worry about wasting my time, at least. I don’t do this kind of thing for work anymore, so I find it a fun and relaxing diversion when taking a break.


#14

I may speak for everyone when I say that we want to see it!


#15

Thanks!

And I only spent like 5 total minutes on it, so it wasn’t a hardship or anything. Enjoy!