Put any face on any body, fast and easy! The only photo editing software designed for placing any face on any body. Finally something fun to do with all those digital photographs on your hard drive. Endless entertainment.
Version: 2.2FaceOnBody is the first software ever created exclusively for digitally swapping faces (a bit like Photoshop minus all that extraneous functionality). FaceOnBody allows users to alter digital photos copying any face onto any body, quickly and easily. With any Windows-based system, you can transport the faces of your friends, classmates and co-workers to the most glamorous, sexy, seedy, hilarious places you can imagine. All you need is your digital photos and a little imagination, FaceOnBody does the rest.
License: Free To Try $24.95
Operating System: Windows
No high-tech computer mastery is needed to create hilarious photos of yourself, friends - or, even enemies. FaceOnBody uses a simple drag-and-drop technology that allows even the most non tech-savvy users to make lifelike keepsakes. Make pictures of yourself partying with Paris Hilton, conferring with George Bush, onstage on American Idol, even carried atop teammates' shoulders after a winning Yankee game. Your kids will be endlessly entertained seeing their faces on the bodies of Shrek and Jimmy Neutron. FaceOnBody's hysterical Image Library is an integrated Web browsing and download tool that lets you choose the funniest bodies and scenes from around the World.
Make the perfect parody image. Movies, TV, Celebrities, Comics and much, much more. Put yourself in Britney's embrace or your boss in the cast of One Tree Hill (or any number of lame WB teen dramas). Your Real World audition tape was returned unopened? No problem. Cast yourself into any show you'd like! Standard tools include face resizing, rotation and mirroring, allowing for perfect face positioning.
Plus, advanced paint tools allow you to touch-up by painting more of the face or more of the scene. In addition, for Web images, the specialized Background Painter actually allows painting from behind the heads in the original scene, effectively erasing them from existence.