Fat Cat

Fat Cat
Fat Cat

I distorted the face in Photoshop using the Lens Correction tool (Filter > Lens Correction), then I duplicated the image and used High Pass on the top layer (Filter > Other > HIgh Pass) and then used the Soft Light Blend mode to get the effect I wanted.

Here is the poor cat before I mashed him up.

Original Cat
Original Cat
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7 thoughts on “Fat Cat

      1. We would probably see diligent use of the copy & paste function. When pout mouth and square chin’s no longer trending, people would reach for command z, or search desperately for the original image file on a dusty external harddrive.

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        1. Do you think the day will come when we will be able to pull a sheet of plastic out of a drawer, paste it on our faces and peel it off and bingo! – new face all ready to meet the day? 😉

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  1. Interesting … very interesting. My cat is the elegant, slender black model of haughtiness. I’m sure he would be pouting for days on end if a doctored an image and made him fat in it.

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    1. Probably what I did to ‘fat cat’ is to everyone’s taste, but once I had made him/her, I googled for fat cats – and found several political fat cat cartoons that he/she would have felt right at home with. 😉

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