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Guy Creates Hyperrealistic 3D Painting of Pet Dog, Reveals Hilarious Truth in Photos

These days, a lot of artists are able to create hyperrealistic 3D art that make you think you are either looking at the real thing or viewing a high-resolution photograph even if the artwork is actually made by hand by the artist, using paint.

It takes a lot of talent to make hyperrealistic 3D art; thus, it is easy to understand why artists would love to share their paintings with the world, for people to appreciate their work and admire their talent.

Recently a Filipino guy went viral for his hyperrealistic 3D art, but the hilarious truth behind the ‘painting’ really got a lot of netizens laughing.

Photo credit: Karl Opiala / Facebook

On his Facebook page, Karl Opiala shared two photos that would soon go viral, with over 34k shares and more than 24k reactions from amused netizens. He wrote:

Wow di ko akalaing magiging ganito ang result!😍

Isang linggong pinaghirapan. Super Worth it ang pagod.. 😇

#My2nd3Dart

#BuhayPintor️”

One of the photos showed a hyperrealistic photo of a brown dog. The young artist signed his artwork and added the date, August 28, 2019 (appearing as 08-28-19). If you didn’t know better, you would surely admire this young man’s amazing talent because the dog in the drawing appears so real that you could almost touch its head!

The texture of the painting made it appear like the dog’s face is coming out of the opening on the canvass. Impressive, the painting is truly so detailed you’d think it really was a real dog’s face on that art!

But the next photo showed the hilarious truth behind the painting – and your ‘real dog’ suspicion was right. It really was a real dog!

Photo credit: Karl Opiala / Facebook

Instead of a painting, this funny guy actually cut out a portion off the bond paper and let their pet dog put its head inside. Of course, the resulting ‘painting’ looks like the real thing – because it’s actually the real thing! LOL.

What’s Hyperrealism?

Photo credit: MagdaTorresGurza [CC BY-SA 4.0], via Wikimedia Commons

Advances in techniques and art materials make hyperrealism possible these days, giving a talented artist the ability to create a painting or sculpture that resembles a high-resolution photograph or the actual subject.

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“Manok na Pula”, Taken from Someone Else? Original Composer Seeks Help from Raffy Tulfo

The parody song “Manok na Pula” is one of the most popular songs since 2018, up to now, in the Philippines. But someone sought the help of Raffy Tulfo, claiming that he wrote the original lyrics and the YouTube vlogger just got it from him! Uh-oh…

Joemarie Torillo, a 47-year-old security guard from Bacolod City, went to Raffy Tulfo in Action for help against Vic Desucatan who went viral for the funny song “Manok na Pula”.

Photo credit: Raffy Tulfo in Action / YouTube

The funny song tells the story of how a guy was asked by his wife to send money to Palawan, an allusion to Palawan Pawnshop, a pawnshop that also offers money remittance. But on his way to the pawnshop, the husband passed by a cockpit and saw a red rooster (manok na pula) that he thought looks so good it might actually win.

Photo credit: Raffy Tulfo in Action / YouTube

So, the husband put all his money in his bet on that red rooster, thinking this is his chance to double his money. But moments later, the strong and brave-looking rooster lost the fight – and the      husband also lost all his money! Uh-oh. So, he sang the “Manok na Pula” as he tells the story.

Photo credit: Raffy Tulfo in Action / YouTube

Torillo claimed that he drew inspiration from his neighbors. He shared that he had neighbors back in Bacolod City who often fought because the husband keeps losing their money at the cockpit. Then, when he moved to Manila, he had a driver neighbor also loves cockfights; each time he loses, he would tell his wife that he was held up and had lost his money to the thieves. LOL.

But while Torillo wrote the lyrics of the song, the melody is actually something that’s copyrighted by Anne Murray, “Just Another Woman in Love”.

Photo credit: Raffy Tulfo in Action / YouTube

Desucatan apologized to Torillo, admitting that he just made a parody from the song. Tulfo made them do a duet! Because Desucatan didn’t earn money from the video, even with 14M views due to the copyright issue, Tulfo suggested he make “Manok na Puti” with his own lyrics and melody…

Photo credit: Raffy Tulfo in Action / YouTube

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What’s a Cockfight?

A cockfight is a popular betting sport that involves two roosters fighting in a ring called a cockpit.

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Best Pabitin for Adults? Netizens Get a Good Laugh Over Tanduay Ice and Pulutan on Pabitin

Netizens are having a good laugh over the Tanduay Ice and various ‘pulutan’ placed on a ‘pabitin’ for a joint birthday party celebrated at Brgy. Gumian, Infanta Quezon.

L.A. Ruanto shared a photo of the unique pabitin, joking that of all the pabitins he had ever attended, this is the first time that he would really try his best to get some of the items – no matter what it takes!

The photo drew laughs from netizens as the pabitin had several bottles of Tanduay Ice of different colors and flavors, various pulutan such as roasted peanuts and chicharon, and even cooking items like bottles of vinegars and soy sauce. Have you ever seen anything like this pabitin?

This pabitin is definitely for adults only; though there are also packs of junk food that the kids might actually like to get as well. Obviously, it was geared for a much older group; though the pabitin is a popular game for children during birthday parties.

Photo credit: L.A. Ruanto / Facebook

Considering that Ruanto is the Vice Mayor at the Municipal Government of Infanta, Quezon, many could just imagine him pushing everyone out of the way, to jokingly grab as many bottles as he can. LOL.

But while Ruanto appears to be excited over trying to get his hands on the Tanduay Ice on that pabitin, a lot of netizens were actually worried about what happened next. After all, Tanduay Ice bottles are made of glass – imagine just what might happen if those bottles drop to the ground or are squeezed by the people who would try to get as many as they can!

Some wise netizens said they would rather not join the pabitin game if the prizes are like this, as it might only get them hurt. Ouch. Would you do it?

What’s a Pabitin?

A pabitin is a popular Pinoy game during birthday parties and other fun parties for kids. Food, toys, and various stuff are placed on strings and placed on slats of wood, often bamboo. The pabitin is controlled by a rope to make it move down to the participants but moved up and out of their reach again. The game is fun.

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Ninang Makes Netizens Laugh after Drawing Paper Money as Gifts for Godchildren this Christmas

It has long been a tradition in the Philippines for ‘ninongs’ and ‘ninangs’ to give gifts to their ‘inaanaks’ (godchildren) for Christmas and other special occasions, particularly on birthdays. But it has also been a long-standing joke that ‘ninongs’ and ‘ninangs’ hide from their ‘inaanaks’ during these occasions because they can’t give a gift.

One ‘ninang’ recently went viral for finding the perfect ‘life hack’ to not having money to give her ‘inaanaks’ – by drawing paper money that she plans to distribute to them this Christmas. LOL.

We aren’t so sure whether she is joking or not, but netizen MiMiHaizelle Joie Osaraga spent a lot of time making the drawings of the paper money, with bills ranging from Php20 to Php1,000!

Photo credit: MiMiHaizelle Joie Osaraga / Facebook

She even made the money look ‘close’ to the originals by copying features like the heroes on each bill, the appearance of the markings that show the bills’ value, and the increasing size of each bill’s serial numbers.

Of course, no ‘inaanak’ would be tricked into thinking these paper money bills are for real, but Osaraga had a rather important explanation for them.

“Mga inaanak pasensya na muna kayo eto lang na kayanan ni ninang wla crisis tayo kaya drawing nalang muna mahalaga nageffort si ninang magdrawing love kau ni ninang. Wag kayong malungkot ganyan din pera ko,” she posted with some laughing emojis and a peace sign.

A lot of netizens had a good laugh over the post, saying that this gave them an idea of what to do this Christmas! Instead of hiding from their godchildren, they would give them paper money, instead. Uh-oh…

Photo credit: Rosas Da Yanna / Facebook

But it turned out the drawing was originally done by netizen Rosas Da Yanna who posted the picture in September after jokingly asking friends whether they want to borrow some money from her.

What are Godchildren?

Godchildren are related to godparents after the latter stand as their second parents during a Christian baptism. While many see godparents as those who give gifts to their children, the real role of godparents is to be the second parents of their godchildren, guiding them in life.

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