A Tale of Two Amys by RodS ()
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An interesting little experiment I just tried.....
I did a little playing around on Artbreeder after seeing a couple of DB Walton's uploads. It's kind of a neat site that uses AI to modify / create images based on existing images or ones you upload.
Both of these young ladies are named Amy - models I photographed many years ago. Amy on the left joined the Marines, and Amy on the right moved to Arizona. I've not seen either of them for many years.
Anyway the large portrait is a combination of both Amys with a bit of fiddling with the sliders in Artbreeder. I think she looks great as a brunette!
I probably won't do a lot of messing with Artbreeder. If you want to download more than 10 high-res images you have to subscribe - the least expensive option is around 8 bucks a month. I already have subs with Adobe and Microsoft (plus my Prime membership here, and my Platinum over at DAZ) - I don't really need another one.
I'm finally getting to a point where I can (hopefully) stop popping Advil like they're M&Ms... The pain is subsiding enough to be tolerable without the meds (I hate having to take any kind of meds..).
Now, back to work on T.N.A!
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Outstanding job! It's amazing how much the two women look alike and their "blend" is gorgeous. Glad the tooth pain is easing up. Maybe you could switch to Jack Daniels instead of Advil. Might not work any better but it would be a lot more fun - until the hangover hit then you'd be back to Advil. Oh well . . .
Lol, Teri---my father had a cure: Put your head in a bucket of ice, for, ohhhhhhh, 5, 10 minutes. When you take your head out, you'll be so happy your head's out of a bucket of ice, you won't remember your tooth. (As you can see, my father wouldn't have made a great physician...) I hope you're getting past the pain, Rod, I know it can take days. And I hope you're able to eat solid food. I know that milkshakes get to be a reeeeeal drag after the 200th shake. Lots of healing to you!
First, the portraits have glowing expressions: We don't know the Amy's, but we feel their happiness in their smiles. In Amy 2, you matched her blouse with the background, and Amy 1 had great red tones in her face as well as her blouse. Second, I'd have NEVER dreamt that your morph came from either of them. Amazing transformation. I can see---upon looking closely---that the two Amy's are 'in' there...but the end result is a whole-new person, with a great smile; and yes, the brunette hair is beautiful. Smashup job, Rod. (Wouldn't it be great if we could do this in real life?) (What would be even cooler is, if you heard from both Amy's and they both looked like this. There's a story for ya...) Great job on this, Rod.