Small Dog Photoshop's and Now look Like a Giant Animal

Small Dog Photoshop's and Now look Like a Giant Animal
Together with his canine companion, artist Mitch Boyer is working on Vivian the Dog Moves to Brooklyn, a children’s book about a big dachshund’s relocation to the “big city.” New York may be large, but when it comes to the title’s four-footed character, “big” might actually be an understatement—with photo-illustration techniques and visual effects similar to those used in films like The Hobbit, Boyer has transformed his tiny pup into an adorable giant, towering head-to-head with her owner at six feet tall.

Small Dog Photoshop's and Now look Like a Giant AnimalSmall Dog Photoshop's and Now look Like a Giant Animal
Small Dog Photoshop's and Now look Like a Giant Animal
Small Dog Photoshop's and Now look Like a Giant AnimalSmall Dog Photoshop's and Now look Like a Giant Animal
Small Dog Photoshop's and Now look Like a Giant Animal
Small Dog Photoshop's and Now look Like a Giant Animal
Here's what Vivian and Boyer really look like, side by side:
Small Dog Photoshop's and Now look Like a Giant Animal
And here's a taste of the behind-the-scenes Photoshop magic involved:
Small Dog Photoshop's and Now look Like a Giant Animal
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All images via Mitch Boyer.

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