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    2.8 Liter Turbocharged V6 montess2k's Avatar
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    Hey everyone,

    This is my first chop so go easy on me
    I chose ta do the GTO, I decided ta keep the same body as the one released as I tought it was about the same size but I changed it aroind to incorporate some of the older models looks. I like the '67 up and down lights so I kept that idea but used a more modern version of that (I used a G35 up and down lights) I also liked the 67's grill and hood scoop so I put that in as well. I also tried ta put in a flender flare with an air intake. Anywayz I gave it a shot hope ya enjoy.

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    For a first ever chop, it's not bad.
    Only the fender flare looks weird.

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    not bad if it had a little more time put in it to make it look more natural it would look sweet

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    Nice job for a first chop.

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    Took out the bottom half of the fender flare...I still ain't doin a good job match the colors though no matter how hard I try...I guess I will keep practicing and hopefully I will get better.

    My version:


    Original Pic:


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    the second one looks alot better

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    I agree. the second one is nice.

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    What program are you using?

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    I have adobe photodeluxe business edition. It was already on my PC so I was playing with it and decided to use my time ta make a chop. I tried the Photoshop CS trial run download, but I got as far as installing the application and couldn't figure out anything after that (Guess it woulda helped ta read the instructions. ) Oh well I gave it a shot.....


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    I like your idea. Not too sure I'd use that particular design for the hood scoop.
    Overall it is interesting. Keep at it.

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    i like your idea for the grille. somewhere a long time ago (was it here?) before the GTO was for sale, i saw a photochop that had a grille design similar to that, except it used the same headlights that the GTO currently has and it looked absolutely seamless, like a real car. to me, that would have been a VERY simple, yet better way to do the current GTO. far more unique and distinct. i was disappointed when i saw they didn't go that way...but yours looks pretty good.

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