Yes Phlebas, her right arm is flipped and duplicated to represent the left, providing symmetry; the feet and shins shifted to fit a straightened, upright cross, and the breasts and throat are recognisably those of Caprice, which have been very neatly blended into Alice's upper body.You will have noticed, Bob, that the angle of the legs and feet have changed, as has one arm, and the hands and head obviously replaced. Did you notice that the breasts are not Alice's but Caprice's?
Like everybody else who hangs out here I have no idea if anything like this ever really happened.
I'd be very surprised if it didn't
It is some narrative attributing a females face to Jesus, since he is not attributed to a manly professions such as warrior, others note his job as carpenter thinking of him more as a brute person. I used that pic to, but probably the legs should have some hair on it, if its male... Me personally believe that we would see Jesus as ugly person, while satan would look better than Brad Pitt.....N. Dofline's answer to why Mary Magdalene disappeared from the biblical narrative could be the introductory image in a new thread, Blasphemous Display.
I'm not in a tearing hurry to start it. But if I did it might start with this reworked Damian manip which was itself an obscene parody of Julia of Carthage.
There's an amusing and bemused blog post of how that pic came to be.
That’s art by Damian, which makes sense because he has at least three collections of crucifixion art available: Roman Crucifixions, Roman Crucifixions and Decadence, and Female Crucifixions Through The Ages. Yes, my dear internet, female crucifixion as erotica apparently is a thing.
okay vercingetorixa I know 3 versions.....Another peripherally on-topic pic (eyes left in this one, people). This is a venerable Damian manip, adapted from the painting by some French dude, and reimagined by the creators of Asterix.
Defeated at Alesia, Vercingetorix throws down his arms at the feet of Caesar . . . officially, Gaul is conquered . . .
Again folks, first picture, eyes left.