Monday, 10 October 2011

Changing faces.

I always fancied being someones muse, studied from every angle, immortalised in oils and hung on a wall. While I'm not about to strip off and model for a local living art class (hmmm, now there's an idea), I've found the next best thing - St Andrew's Face Transformer

I have to say I think the impressionist version looks better than the real thing!

I used the picture from the banner at the top of my web site and let technology do the rest.

Firstly the Italian artist Amedeo Modigliani (1884 - 1920)

Alison Modigliani-fied.

Origional Modigliani.

Followed by another Italian Master Botticelli (1445 - 1510)

Alison Botticelli.

Real deal Botticelli.
Next we have Czech Art Nouveau artist Alphonse Mucha (1860 - 1939)

Mucha Alison.

Mucha do!
And here I am as a Manga cartoon!

And then I started on Tris - as an El Greco (1541 - 1614) 

El Poco.

Original El Greco.

And then I got a bit silly!

Baby Alison.

East Asian Arrison!

Afro Caribbean Alison.
I know they are hardly great masterpieces, or even realistic. Though I have to say, in the last one I do think I've got a look of Michelle Obama!


  1. A vast improvement for Tris. He looks like a serial killer.

  2. Bejebus, you've turned Tristan into Barry Chuckle. What is this wizardry? x