"Men talk of killing time, while time quietly kills them."--Dion Boucicault
If anything can sober her up, these pix might
A few days ago, a story came out about some artists, who specialize in "age progression" releasing a photo of what Britney Spears will look like at age 36 and another at 46.
But based on a hard-partying, nocturnal lifestyle, the artists are saying that the camera in their mind's eye doesn't lie.
A simulated photo of Britney Spears at age 36 has been released by a team of experts specializing in "age art". And the results aren't looking good.
The digital experts from Age Progression composed the image factoring in Britney's fast food, heavy drinking and hard partying lifestyle.
The team also constructed a photo of what Britney could potentially look like at age 46, depicting her as a frizzy haired blonde.
The age progression people are the same ones who did the simulated photo of Elvis below.
It's supposedly what the King would look like at 72--had he lived.
It shows the effects of sex, drugs, rock 'n' roll and too many peanut butter and banana sandwiches.
But before you say, "Poor Britney!", remember that those with the money can hope for a better end than what nature has planned for them.
After all, one former pop star is still going strong and is a living testament to the powers of the American plastic surgeon.
So, we say: Britney need not despair.
Others have walked the same hard path before you.
One other age progression simulated photo found during our web-scouring.
Age progression is the process of modifying a photograph of a person to represent the effect of aging on their appearance. Digital image processing is the most common technique today, although sometimes artists' drawings are used. Age progression is most often used as a forensics tool by law enforcement. It can be used to show the likely current appearance of a missing person from a photograph many years old.
More age progression at age progression.org.
* Age progression photosArtists depicts what Britney Spears will look like
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