Remember last week's Obama in-game ads? Well now it's McKillaCain's turn, and he's gone with a different approach. Namely using old games instead of modern ones. Like Obama's, the ads were professionally photoshopped by Paul Tassi, and are a throwback to a simpler time. A time when gas was cheap, video games were basic, and I had no idea what my penis was for. I think it's a coffee stirrer.
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If McCain Started Buying Ad Space in Video Games Too [collegeotr]
Thanks Paul, now Photoshop me and a dinosaur. You know, doing it.
Apparently the Obama party actually did pay for in-game advertising in Burnout Paradise for the Xbox 360. But now, skilled Photoshopper Paul Tassi has gone and made eight more (FAKE) in-game Obama advertisements. That's GTA there, but hit the jump for some Portal, WoW, Gran T... / Continue →
Oh man, you can actually zoom in on faces in the audience and see the snot dripping.
But what you're looking at is not a single image. The photo, which was shot using a Canon G10 and Gigapan Imager, is comprised of over 200 different shots that were then combined over the cou... / Continue →
Uh-oh. It's been discovered that some of the images used in Microsoft's new 'I'm a PC' commercial were created with Macs.
Four of the images that Microsoft made available on its PressPass site today display the designation "Adobe Photoshop C3 Macintosh" when their file proper... / Continue →