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As we all know, if you have the right pictures, photoshopping one persons head onto another persons body isn't hard at all.
Well i was thinking of this: Lets say you had a character who was obese. But then something happens ( he starves, works out, wtvr) and he gets really skinny. maybe some kind of comedy movie.
So the original actor would be skinny. Then you would have him and someone of the same hight and color (but very fat) doing the same thing in front of a greenscreen. Would it be practical to try and roto the skinny persons head onto the fat person and have it look real? then it would be easy to morph that movie clip to a clip of the skinny person to show the rapid passage of time as the person gets skinny.
I dunno, i was just messing around with Vlab and noticed that it had such a huge range of grading filters it reminded me of photoshop.
Is this practical?