You know, the seashell with the pretty swirls from your math book? Yeah, didn’t need the 90’s bikini teen to completely steal the focus of the image. In fact, no one needs that. Ever. But hey, the upside of the totally obscured subject matter is the 4 extra hours it will take me to finish the project – and that’s good for my bank account.
Honestly, I don’t even know what to write here. This is just a terrible illustration which cannot be used anywhere. Also, I feel like I’m staring into her skull via her nasal passages on the right… Just wanted to share.
What in the flunked-out-of-art-school am I looking at here? The “illustration” is entitled, Illustration of Child Emotions. I’m no artist, but isn’t it difficult to emote when your nose hole is where your mouth hole should be?
What? What the hell is she supposed to be doing? Pleading for more spanking?
While it is considered a hack maneuver to use the cuteness of babies in advertising, making babies cry for a photo shoot is commitment to your craft.
As I’ve said before, searching for “crazy” stock photography is a demented, yet playful, journey to madness. I would pay just to see this image used in an ad.
Welp, at least you can’t see his face – saving him the ridicule from his classmates. Not to mention the endless calls from local priests.
“Can you see the surprise on my face as I realistically push this button??” That’s how models “acted” back in the 90’s when this was taken. Oh wait, they still “act” that way – like people who will never be actors.
Some illustrations are better than others. This one is not. I’m not even sure how this constitutes a child.