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    first good chop

    i have been working on this for a day now and decided to share it with you guys

    im not sure but i think this may be my first chop on this site... if not its my first good one

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    Re: first good chop

    Looks nice man, not sure about the backend though, kindof reminds me of a hierst.

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    Re: first good chop

    i like it...but fix the front tire

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    Re: first good chop

    Pretty damn good for a first timer! Way to go!!

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    Re: first good chop

    first = possibly
    chop = undeniably
    good = questionable.

    The front tire is horrible. You used a very poor donor, and it became pixelly. The wheel extends past the front, and the disappears completely at the back.

    The rear wheel's center is too low. Would make for a very wobbly ride.

    The color change is ok. Not much else done to it design wise.

    Good work for a first chop. Keep it up, and you will get better. Keep practicing, and don't let criticisms get you down.

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    Re: first good chop

    thanks rex
    as for criticism... the way i see it, it can only help... to many people see criticism these days as negative feed back
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    Re: first good chop

    Ill add my two cents worth here. If you are looking to colour change a car, be wary that going from a darker colour to a completely different hue and brighter will usually show up pixelated areas not noticable on the original. It's not too evident on this, but you can see it slightly on the front bumper there. Just keep it in mind for your future chops mate bacuase getting the right donor for a nice bright car can be hard.

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