Jeff Goldblum and Liam Hemsworth doing the "Dwayne Johnson"
My friend has a beard - he looked up today.
Friends teenage son makes Post-it Note art
Photo I shot of yesterday’s Falcon 9 launch
The Ritual is now complete.
Boba Vette
These stones
The Oberhofen castle, with its tower on the water, lies on the right shore of the lake of Thun, in Switzerland. It dates back to the 13th century.
go away stress
My cactus finally decided to bloom after 10 years
Yesterday I told my friend her macarons looked like little hamburgers. Tonight she sent me this.
I know it’s spring when my daughter starts leaving her bike in the front yard.
UK's new electric vans look like they're out of a Pixar movie.
Book spine design.
Halle Berry at 51
When you come back to eat your eggs that have definitely been boiling for long enough by now
This is one of my favorite photography pics taken mainly because if youve never been to the US then this is how it looks alot of the time
Galaxy flower
Japan Cherry Blossoms
These alpacas look like a 70's rock band
Customer satisfaction is everything
Just a cab ride away from Fhloston Paradise!
Guy with this sign.
Oh, we are doing hot older women today? Okay then. Elizabeth Hurley, 53 years old, in a bikini.
A Statue in Berlin of “Politicians Discussing Global Warming”
My 93-year old grandfather watching Gone With the Wind for the first time since he paid $1 to see it in theaters in 1939.
A 14 year old free hand drew this.
Cherry Blossom Land Japan
That's uncanny
Goodbye toys r us, it's been fun.
The Paris Opera Grand Staircase
Miniature train & tracks carved from a carpenters pencil
Another Fantasy Acrylic-Painting
Shits about to go down
Puberty and punishment (photo by David Dubnitskiy)
Once Upon a Time
"This dog just appeared out of nowhere and followed us for an entire week during our trekking trip in the Himalayan outback...When I decided to get up at 4 a.m. to climb the next 5000m peak...he accompanied me as well. On the top he was sitting for the entire 30 minutes on this place"
My Dad discovered photoshop and added my Mom... poorly.
This animal is called a Vaquita, they live in the northern gulf of California, and there are only 12 of them left
Onur seems like a nice guy
66 CheesySandwiches Looks good. Must be stunning to see pics of ancestors from not too long ago but in vivid colour
20 kiraxi Every time I see such colorizations, I wonder how does an artist know what color to use? Is it historic reference or is there some kind of hidden color information even in the grayscale/sepia images?
14 dachusa [Tried to adjust the coloring a little to more natural pigments, and separate the foreground from the background](
7 Bobby_Zoom Somewhere in the softening and coloring you've changed their faces. Not a lot but just enough. Like your grandmother looks different in the colored one. In the BW she looks young while in the color a bit older. but overall not bad.
4 TylerPaul It looks like he walked up to her one day and said 'we shall be married' and she said 'thank you' and they lived perfectly adequate existence together for 50 years before dying within a week of each other.
3 veggytheropoda r/Colorization
3 superhpr Looks great but your great grandma's sleeve is bothering me a little. There is no color different between his and her jacket.
3 hudspud20 Your grandmother.... Must have had a wonderful personality.
3 fridgebeatz The light tones r too bright it makes it look like a painting.
2 Mudflux Absolutely great for the first time, also it would be interesting when you see pics of your ancestors and then color them however you want them to.
2 Redcole111 It’s really good! Looks more like a painting because the skin tones don’t vary in color at all, but other than that it’s really cool!
2 twoliterdietcoke wow. what a beautiful couple. Oh and good job.
2 toonlife you made it great looks really good
2 sockssocksocks Is it just me or does your granddad look like Mickey from Shameless?
2 contrarian1970 I would have just made her face and blouse a tad darker and his eyes a tad lighter. The rest of their clothes and boots are very well done.
2 GarciaNovela Great job!
2 thenixnerd One of you guys could probably get a huge following doing tutorials for this on YouTube. Maybe this already exists? But I'd love to see how this is done. I have ideas but they are probably wrong.
1 Cafrilly Wow, this is very cool. I can't imagine what it was like back then - assuming your grandfather saw combat, he had an almost 1/4 chance of being killed. Chilling, looking back at it now.