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Hey can anyone out there do a photoshop pic of my car painted the WR Blue Pearl (from the WRX which can be seen on www.subaru.com) with no windshield squirters and no antenna, lowered slightly (1.5") over some 16" Mille Miglia HT3 rims (pics of the rims are on www.tirerack.com) My cars pic is in the carshowcase and it's also on my cardomain page. follow the POS link in my sig.

I wanna see what my car is gonna look like when I'm done with it. the only difference then will be I'm gonna fiberglass-mold a front bumper over my broken GT bumper and get the onderground side skirts and rear bumper.

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Man..I feel the love in this topic. :love8: :pain10:
 

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:? Although I do love 'hot-shot' red, I have to admit that is the most amazing colour! Will you go for it James? :?
 

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That's great siragan. Thanks a lot. but now can you give me a pic of it without the siragan is awesome thing strung across it? I was going to post it up on cardomain & I'm not sure I want people asking "who's siragan?" I will give you props for it because you did a damn good job and now that I can see it, I can say I'm going to do it. One of these days I'll take it to a shop and have them strip the rust out and strip the car completely down to paint it all the same color. I'll spend the 3 4 or 5 grand for the paint and the job, if it will only look that good.
 

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James92something said:
"but now can you give me a pic of it without the siragan is awesome thing strung across it?"
yeah lol, I made another one just for that purpose... I just did the whole "siragan is awesome" thing for kicks :)

here ya go:
 

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Um, well you have to mask off the areas using the lasso tool, separate the layers, then do desaturation of color, then color overlay, color burn, and then go through with the dodge tool to make it look right in areas where it reflects. Then you have to mask off everything else with the lasso tool and do the same kinda thing. Then you just import the pics of the wheels, size transform and stick em on.

That's a really really simplified version of how to do it... there are other steps I'm undoubtedly forgetting, but oh well.
Main thing to get good at photoshop is just practice.

Um... the pic is down cause I took it off my ftp server. James has it up on cardomain though, I think.
 
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