Welcome to the wonderland of facial hair of all shapes, styles, and sizes, from giant beards to Salvador Dali-worthy mustaches. Continue reading »
Vancouver-based photographer Dylan Hamm attempts to outwardly capture the inner workings of people’s minds by taking two sets of portraits — one with the person wearing clothes and the other standing completely naked. Shot passport style, the focus becomes the subconscious facial movements each subject makes as he/she shifts through varying degrees of comfort and confidence. Continue reading »
German photographer Elke Vogelsang (previously) has a knack for capturing expressive portraits of our canine friends. Her latest series features “dogs questioning the photographer’s sanity,” as they grimace, roll their eyes, and generally look miffed. We can’t help think we’ve done something wrong! Continue reading »
Cats are known for their bored and apathetic demeanor and expressions. Redditor and pet owner, LukeHero didn’t let that curtail his creative streak – he drew funny expressions for his cat instead. Amazingly, the cat looks pretty cooperative in this collection of grin-inducing pictures. Continue reading »
Employees wear “No-Face” masks during working hours at a service company in Handan, Hebei Province of China. As a service company, staff must smile to customers every day. Continue reading »
CrazyTalk is the world’s most popular facial animation tool that uses voice and text to vividly animate facial images. The brand new CrazyTalk7 contains all the powerful tools people love about CrazyTalk plus a revolutionary auto motion engine, and an intelligently simple user interface.
CrazyTalk7 now has an innovative auto motion technology, which allows your own voice to drive the intensity of your animations. CrazyTalk7 provides you with not only unique tools that help you vividly animate facial images, but it also includes hundreds of auto animation profiles that give your character all kinds of emotions and movement styles.
This combination of eight photos provided by Bill Brummel Productions shows the progress of tattoo removal treatments for former skinhead Bryon Widner. For 16 years, Widner was a glowering, swaggering, menacing vessel of savagery – an “enforcer” for some of America’s most notorious and violent racist skinhead groups. Though his beliefs had changed, leaving the old life would not be easy when it was all he had known – and when his face remained a billboard of hate. (AP Photo/Duke Tribble, Courtesy of MSNBC and Bill Brummel Productions) Continue reading »