The Art of the New Millenium, submitted by R-Lo. For those of you who don't have a Paypal account or have only ever used yours for sites like Something Awful, you may not know that an entire group of more traditional retailers use Paypal. Unfortunately, the good traditional retailers use credit card processing, which leaves sites like "The Art of the New Millenium" to resort to Paypal. The portrait work done by the artists at this site stand as a perfect example of the sort of quality you can expect from the majority of Paypal retailers. Just get a load of this amazing work!
This is another 'cut and paste' creation.
The background was carefully altered to fit the countours of the photo.
Printed 14 x 20 on canvas. A piece like it costs $150.*
That fucking asterisk had better mean "hahaha we're just kidding, crap like this only costs about 50 cents!" The entire section of "digital portrait work" consists of either lame Photoshoppery (at best) and shitty art filters at worst. They also have a section where they do "digital enhancements" of photos that consist of cropping to some small detail and enlarging the emage until it looks like a blurry mass of shit.
Great stuff! Let me just transfer real money to my magical Paypal account and send you retards some Disney Cash!
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