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April 17, 2019 9:40 am  #1

Website that adds tears to images

Here's a website that can add tears to any photo you upload to it. It's not all that impressive and doesn't always look very realistic, but if there's that one person you want to see cry but know that the chances of them crying in front of you is very slim, you can use this website to get an idea of what they'd look like with tears on their cheeks. Even though it's not perfectly realistic, it's not awful either. Depending on the photo you upload, the results can be good.
Here are a couple of examples from the site itself. As you can see, while it lacks the beauty of real tears, it's still half decent.
What's lacking is making the eyes seem watery. If they can accomplish that, it'll be better.

Tears of joy are beautiful.

April 17, 2019 11:16 am  #2

Re: Website that adds tears to images

Yes I love this site too.

I have taken a lot of pictures of my friends and acquaintances crying. Often if they already have tears in their eyes in my pictures, then adding tears to their cheeks using this website is mind-blowingly gorgeous! I've done it several dozen times and it really makes a huge difference.

Now a few months ago I was sobbing at home and my wife took a nice picture of me. In it my eyes are closed and I have a tear running 3/4 of the way down my right cheek. If I run that picture through this site, then the new fake tears REALLY look fake when compared to the genuine tear.

So if you have a pic with watery eyes but no real tear on the cheek, then this website is perfect.

I'm a woman and I think women are beautiful when they cry.

April 17, 2019 6:17 pm  #4

Re: Website that adds tears to images

Ugh, these remind me of the cryface app where you could change the expression and make lip look curled up. Miss it so much :,(

Ugly crying is pretty crying

June 24, 2019 6:54 am  #5

Re: Website that adds tears to images

It's been a long time since I checked the images thread, so I guess I must have missed this. Are these photos of people you know? Or just random pictures from the internet? The last one is really nice, and the first one as well. The real and fake tears are not that hard to spot, but in that last image, it's clear that the fake is not too bad. Hope the day arrives when we have easily accessible technology that can add perfectly realistic tears to images and videos so that we don't have to hunt specifically for crying content. Tik Tok already has a tears filter, but it doesn't look very realistic, but it's still a step in the right direction.


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