15 would-be photoshop masters who don't know anything about human anatomyPictolic
Of course, we all know that photos of models that adorn advertising posters and covers of famous magazines are processed and retouched, or simply photoshopped.
Photoshop, in principle, is a useful tool when you need to remove wrinkles a little or make your waist a little thinner. However, there are cases when retouchers go so far that their work does not fit in with human anatomy in any way.
As a result, the unfortunate models are left without limbs and other body parts, with an incredibly long neck, and so on.
The model has a claw instead of a hand.
Kristen Stewart's hand has been moved somewhere.
It seems that the actress Kristen Ritter's head is spinning 360 degrees.
Disproportionately small legs immediately catch the eye.
The models made their necks too long.
And here it's not even about the length, but about the strange flexibility of the neck.
It seems that Chrissy Teegan decided to completely remove the nipples for the cover of GQ.
This is the waistline.
Apparently, for greater intimidation, they made a disproportionately long finger.
The head is too big compared to the body.
In the Victoria's Secret ad, the model's left buttock was removed for some reason.
The specialists of Stuff Magazine decided that it would do without a leg.
For some reason, the blond Prince William was made darker than he really is, and the hair on his head was added.
And again, the model does not need a leg at all.