We Wanted To Know How These US Presidents Looked As Children, So We Used A.I. To Find Out (19 Pics)
Most people know what the current president, Joe Biden, looked like as a kid. But what about past presidents? In this article, we will take a look at what some of the most famous United States presidents looked like as children. Some of them may surprise you! We at 'historicly' have re-created their portraits and reimagined them as kids & also, using AI techniques, we have animated all of the images.
It usually takes 1-2 days to complete a series of 8 people/characters (created or recreated) and usually our videos on Youtube feature 7-10 characters as we also animate them.
I’ve already recreated famous cartoon characters portrayed as animals and have reimagined them as real people, including Kung Fu Panda & Lion King. I’m also working on a few projects:
- Age progression famous people that got assassinated and how they could’ve looked if they’d lived longer.
- Recreated the Greek Gods & Goddesses from Greek mythology and how they could've looked like real people.
- Famous cartoon characters recreated as real people (Simpsons, King of the Hill, Beavis, Popeye, Family Guy, etc).
Abraham Lincoln Reimagined As A Teenager
I’ve started my Youtube channel last year as I was doing the character recreation for fun, with a friend of mine we decided to start the Historicly youtube channel and try and make history a bit fun by recreating the historical figures, and then along the way, I found interesting to reimagine famous people that died young, and how would they’ve looked if they’d lived longer.
I decided to also do age progression & regression of famous people. Lately, I’ve started doing cartoon character recreation to real-life people and people were amazed by the results, I have a long list of cartoons that I’ll have to humanize since my subscribers are always looking for more content from me and I'm doing my best to create the content they are looking for.
Martin Van Buren Reimagined As A Teenager
I’m always open to hearing your readers' comments and critiques so I can improve my work, but they can also share any request that they would want to see created by me! After all, I love doing these collages and I don't find anything frustrating in the process, in fact, my favorite images that I've done from this post are Abraham Lincoln and James Adams.