Pagani Zonda Roadster Make-over!

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    Pagani Zonda Roadster Make-over!

    Hope you like my newest WIP "The ultimate test of My newly found love for the Brush feature "...I still got a ways to go with it!

    Everything but the rims "parts have been brushed" is Brushed using the Polygonyl Lasso as a Guide!


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    Re: Pagani Zonda Roadster Make-over!

    Looks nice.

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    Re: Pagani Zonda Roadster Make-over!

    thats pretty sweet!

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    Re: Pagani Zonda Roadster Make-over!

    kinda says f-40 wannabe to me, especially in the side vents. but i like it, and it's a really good chop. where/how'd you llearn how to airbursh like that?

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    Re: Pagani Zonda Roadster Make-over!

    sorry rex for not tacking this on to my previous mesage

    mysterious- you should do a chop from a view of the front of the zonda.

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    Re: Pagani Zonda Roadster Make-over!

    Quote Originally Posted by camaroman22
    kinda says f-40 wannabe to me, especially in the side vents. but i like it, and it's a really good chop. where/how'd you llearn how to airbursh like that?
    the "Van" Tutorial on Digimods is what got me started with airbrushing....from there on i just fiddled with it and am Learning new techniques as i go!

    Thanks for the feedback guys...I will update this chop as I go!

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    Re: Pagani Zonda Roadster Make-over!

    ok, i'll give the van thing a try.

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