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    Man,This is my best chop!
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    Re: GMC Canyonaro

    Thats a chop???

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    Re: GMC Canyonaro

    http://pics.hoobly.com/full/ARYRIMKS2QB6.jpg
    Theres the origanal. Yes its a chop!
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    How do you put graphics on the side of a car when you do a chop?
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    Nice CHop ford rules
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    Sorry, it isn't that good. Other than the grille, the chop quality is decent, but the paint job and the wheels are ugly.
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    Re: GMC Canyonaro

    Nice chop, the graphics are on the weird side though.
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    Re: GMC Canyonaro

    decent to good chop

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    That looks stupid IMO. who in there right mind you dirve that piece of crap?

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    Re: GMC Canyonaro

    rice meets pickup. the paintjob's good though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by asim
    How do you put graphics on the side of a car when you do a chop?

    just put whatever you want for the graphics on the car and then make that layer transparent just enough so you can see the graphics and all the lines on the car

    and nice chop FD

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    Quote Originally Posted by camaro chris
    just put whatever you want for the graphics on the car and then make that layer transparent just enough so you can see the graphics and all the lines on the car

    and nice chop FD
    Do you usually get the graphic off the net and then make it match the car (by trimming it to fit and making it transparent)? Or do you create your own graphics?
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    also...how do people alter hoods as in they add scoop or a powerdome or something(even though it's the same hood). And how do people change a front fascia of a car, done pretty drastically?
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    Quote Originally Posted by asim
    Do you usually get the graphic off the net and then make it match the car (by trimming it to fit and making it transparent)? Or do you create your own graphics?
    I found a tutorial which taught me.
    Here it is: http://photoshopedup.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=6415
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    Re: GMC Canyonaro

    You need a mesh tutorial. You cant forget perspective when doing mesh. You need to rotate the mesh layer so it flows with the perspective of the car.

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