This week I asked the Goons to Photoshop historical artifacts featured on the Library of Congress website. There was a hefty amount of material ranging from documents to photographs, so the Goons had quite a bit to sink their teeth into. In case you're too busy to visit the Library of Congress website, this is an example of an image featured there:
That's completely unedited and already it features a whore-like woman with a mutant sex dwarf. Sadly, not all the images were that fun from the beginning. But with a little work and some big ideas, the Goons brought new life to many great but boring vestiges of the past.
I think this image personifies a good amount of what America is about. "BombBomb" runs a tip-top household:
"Glitch" keeps things nice and innocent when dealing with kids:
"EvilJesus" likes pictures of ships and seamen:
As if this mutant lesbian manchild wasn't weird enough, "Pixelman" had to bring in a puppet:
"flamingmuse" has a disappearing act of his own, if you know what I mean! I don't know what I mean, so here's an image he made:
Can't tell a drinking fountain from a urinal? We've got you covered. Brush up on your drinking fountain enthusiast -- or sipper -- vocabulary and learn to talk and swap sips with the best of them.
2 PM: Steven J. accidentally drops his vintage Trapper Keeper, revealing erotic drawings of the ‘bunny girls’ emoji. The room draws silent. Slowly, member after member opens his/her notebooks and tablets, revealing dozens of pages of bunny girl emoji fanart. The room votes 12-0 never to speak of this again.
Photoshop Phriday showcases the tremendous image manipulation talents of the Something Awful Forum Goons. Each week they tackle a new theme, parodying movies, video games, comics, history, and anything else you can think of. If you want in on the action, join us on the Something Awful Forums!