Thanks to Morpheus user queenb****3769 (are there that many?) for sending this one in. Interestingly enough, there is actually some gothic architecture here – in the romantic moonlit backdrop, complete with tiny bats (of course) – before she dons her high heels and beams down to the red underworld hotel.
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Like a doll come to life in a Stephen King story, or an instantaneous snapshot across the room at the merry prankster’s midnight party, you see her eyes move toward you as she perceives your gaze and the color shift while all else remains the same. Killer concept and execution on this strobe effect morph. We like the butterflies and the sig too.
Odd how the geometry of a room can feel suddenly yanked out from under you, like a proverbial carpet or a tablecloth at a fine dinner. What is the relation of these two women? Guess what, we have no idea either. It’s like “You know, I was just minding my own business, waiting for Bela Lugosi to come by, when suddenly it all changed and I was blond and on the phone — plus the house had changed.” We think David Lynch might enjoy this one; unfortunately that might also mean that not everyone will. Well, we have morphs and animations for all tastes. Sorry for the hiatus, but we’re BAAAACCKKK!
Well, we’ve had aliens, tigers and anime angels; sooner or later we were bound to enter the mythic territory of dragon lore. Thanks to Morpheus user j.reynolds, we have. Don’t mess with this guy, he looks like a tough customer, and there’s more than meets the eye. Tough getting out of the phone booth though….
Well, Halloween may be over except for a smashing pumpkin or two, and Dia de los Muertos just rounding midnight, but we think this one could pass fine for any ghoulish holiday. Thanks for the trick and treat, yellek0711 – that’s kelly backwards we’re guessing, and she’s either lucky, born under the sign of Cancer or works at 7/11 – or possibly all of the above…