Revision on an old chop (BMW 3-Series)

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    Revision on an old chop (BMW 3-Series)

    I was looking through tutorials today online and found a very realistic carbon fiber tutorial. I figured I would give it a shot on an old chop of mine and I ended up redoing the color and making a rear veiw. I definatley think the rear looks alot better than the front. I have provided a link to the tutorial also.

    Old thread- https://www.gminsidenews.com/forums/s...ad.php?t=17412

    Tutorial- http://digimods.e-visionit.co.uk/viewtopic.php?t=2729

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    Re: Revision on an old chop (BMW 3-Series)

    looks good . i remember when you had that in your sig.

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    Re: Revision on an old chop (BMW 3-Series)

    Quote Originally Posted by camaroman22
    looks good . i remember when you had that in your sig.
    That wasn't too long ago. Must have been on there from July to December. It was up for a while. I still have the image I used somewhere too.

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    Re: Revision on an old chop (BMW 3-Series)

    That looks much better then the one you had in your sig. I like it alot.
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