MR DETROIT METAL Vs FordRules!

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    MR DETROIT METAL Vs FordRules!

    Whats better:
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    FordRules:
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    Re: MR DETROIT METAL Vs FordRules!

    something about this thread just made me laugh...

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    Re: MR DETROIT METAL Vs FordRules!

    not to pick on the design, but why do i see 70's camaro in the mustangs headlights??
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    Re: MR DETROIT METAL Vs FordRules!

    I dont think youll offend ford rules with that comment. He did the mazda. BTW I don't go for that kind of styling to be honest, but chop quality is far better. The mustang looks just terrible.

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    Re: MR DETROIT METAL Vs FordRules!

    I hope this is the last thread that involves MRDM. he was banned for a reason. I don't want his crap and his issues on this site.

    Needless to say, his chop is a blurry mess. Ugly design too.

    FordRules -> Your chop isn't very creative, and is not all that great either. Front bumper looks very fake. Where you erased the door handle is blurry. A tinted front window?

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    Re: MR DETROIT METAL Vs FordRules!

    He said he was a better chopper than me and he started attacking me. SO we did a little compitition. I had to defend GMI alot....
    But this will be the last one.


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    Re: MR DETROIT METAL Vs FordRules!

    Mr Detroit Metal has delusions of graduer. His images are always fuzzy. Often they just apply various filters over existing photos and sometime over other peoples photochops. When he does produce photochops of his own his stylings are typically not very original or inspired and his technique is sub-standard. The thing that really p*ssed everyone off about him though is how he ran his mouth about how great he was, and how he was providing work to GM and other big businesses.

    Fordrules, your work is leaps and bounds better than Mr Detroit Metal (self described "master artist" or "the bad boy of automotive art"). My suggestion is to simply ignore him on whatever forums he frequents now.
    Last edited by salbracht; 09-14-2006 at 07:42 PM.

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