Is it Possible?

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    Hey everyone,

    First of all, i dunno if this is in the right fourm but o well........

    I was wondering it aonyone knew if it was possible ot photoshop an auto cad drawing? The reason i am asking is because i am drawing my 1992 GMC Jimmy in Auto-cad and when i am done i was thinking i would like it to be a little more realistic..you know with some coolur and shading etc.....

    And i do know that u can somehow render stuff in auto-cad...i'm just not sure how?

    Any help would be great!

    thanks

    matt

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    when you finish save it as a JPG file and open it up in photoshop....to render it.....somewhere under view...I need to buy autocad again....

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    :lol: yeah buy auto cad.right :mf_boff:

    i tried that render thing except it isnt working

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    all you have to do is while you have the drawing open in auto cad press the ctrl key and the print screen buttons on your keyboard at the same time (make sure you have the mouse away, and off the car or it will show up on the pic.) then click over to your photo editing software and paste it in and edit away. I take snapshots like this all the time at work to show customers what something will look like in 3d.

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