A Denali Regular Cab Photoshop

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    A Denali Regular Cab Photoshop

    A regular-cab Sierra Denali isn't ever actually going to be made, I'm sure, but I thought it would look cool, so I put this together in Photoshop. Thoughts? I know I'd buy one, but I'm probably in the minority.

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    Re: A Denali Regular Cab Photoshop

    You know what, I just noticed this is probably in the wrong section. Sorry, 'bout that. Maybe a mod can move this to the Photoshop section?

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    Re: A Denali Regular Cab Photoshop

    Looks good. But you can see the extended cab in the window still.
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    Re: A Denali Regular Cab Photoshop

    I really like it, I think GMC should do the GMC Sierra H/T again, and it shold be a variant of the Silverado SS!!

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    Re: A Denali Regular Cab Photoshop

    dude, good work. super clean

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    Re: A Denali Regular Cab Photoshop

    Thanks for the feedback. I didn't even notice the window thing. I might try to get an updated version of it up soon, too.

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    Re: A Denali Regular Cab Photoshop

    Pretty nice man, are they making an extended cab (not crew cab) of the Denali?
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    Re: A Denali Regular Cab Photoshop

    Here's the fixed version. I took care of the passenger-side window, and tried to reposition the hindmost rear wheel. Thanks for the feedback!

    In response to the above, I think the Denali will only come in crew cab form, but that's just going off hearsay and hunches. I'd love a nice Denali regular cab with the Vortec 6200 from the Escalade. Actually, I'd like it with a 505-horse Z06 engine, you know, enough juice to hang in the SRT/10 and Lightning crowd, but unfortunately, GMC probably won't be playing in that arena.

    Edit: Also, ctaylorzl1, what is this "Sierra H/T" you speak of? I've heard of the Sierra GT, but never an H/T.
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    Re: A Denali Regular Cab Photoshop

    truck bed seems a little "stubby" but very nice chop indeed!

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    Re: A Denali Regular Cab Photoshop

    Quote Originally Posted by camaro_freak
    truck bed seems a little "stubby" but very nice chop indeed!
    At first, I thought it looked kind of short, too, but after I got done, I found that I actually preferred the shortened look. I felt like it gave it a more purposeful, sports-oriented stance.

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    Re: A Denali Regular Cab Photoshop

    That looks sweet!

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    Re: A Denali Regular Cab Photoshop

    Quote Originally Posted by Dante View Post
    Here's the fixed version. I took care of the passenger-side window, and tried to reposition the hindmost rear wheel. Thanks for the feedback!

    In response to the above, I think the Denali will only come in crew cab form, but that's just going off hearsay and hunches. I'd love a nice Denali regular cab with the Vortec 6200 from the Escalade. Actually, I'd like it with a 505-horse Z06 engine, you know, enough juice to hang in the SRT/10 and Lightning crowd, but unfortunately, GMC probably won't be playing in that arena.

    Edit: Also, ctaylorzl1, what is this "Sierra H/T" you speak of? I've heard of the Sierra GT, but never an H/T.
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