I Photoshop Mr. Bean’s Face Onto Celebrities To Make You Laugh (30 Pics)
What would the world look like if everyone had Mr. Bean's face? I have decided to take on the challenge of photoshopping Mr. Bean's face onto everyone.
I decided to do this because all you read on the news right now is doom and gloom. I wanted to create something funny that would put a smile on people's faces or make them laugh, even if it was something small. Mr. Bean has such an iconic face that millions of people love.
I'm only just starting, but here are a few to put a smile on your face.
For more and if you have any requests, please, let me know on my Instagram.
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At first, I started putting Mr. Bean's face onto people I knew to make them laugh, his face completely alters their appearance but only that person and close friends found it funny. This is when I decided to do celebrities and fictional characters because so many people know who they are and what they should look like.
Gordon Ramsay As Mr. Bean
Ed Sheeran As Mr. Bean
I actually tried doing cat faces on other animal bodies before doing Mr. Bean, but they just looked a bit creepy.
Every time a new TV show comes out or a celebrity starts trending, I think to myself what would they look like as Mr. Bean. Having a forever-changing celebrity spotlight keeps me motivated to keep doing this and seeing people's reactions on social media makes me think it's worth my time.
The Cast Of Jumanji As Mr. Bean
Steve Harrington From "Stranger Things" As Mr. Bean
My favorite one I have done so far is Taylor Swift, mainly because she looks so weird with Mr. Bean's face on. The odder the funnier, in my opinion.
The best part about the process of making these is the instant I remove the outline of Mr. Bean's head and the eyes, nose and mouth start to line up, you get a glimpse of what the final image is going to look like, and I know it's going to be a good one. On average, it takes about 20 minutes to make a post, it's difficult if the celebrity is looking at an angle and it takes longer to align the face.
To make this, I mostly use Adobe Photoshop, it's the best tool I've tried for image manipulation. I work as a website designer during the day which helps as I'm familiar with all the different software options for design. The key is to match Mr. Bean's skin tone to the celebrity, it helps bring realism to the merge and Photoshop makes that really easy.