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    I got bored and desided to take a shot at makin a convertable....

    the interior is a little off but not bad for a first time i guess lol

    let me know what you all think....maybe I'll take some ideas and play with it some more




    And yes....I have a thing for graphics on my cars.... seems to blend those choplines that are hard to get rid of ( unless you do the graphic then add the chopped roof...like i did in this one) lol oops

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    Re: sheer bordom

    Pretty nice. But the angle seems off. Especially the front passenger side bumper/fender.

    Looks very Mercedes-ish.

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    Re: sheer bordom

    Quote Originally Posted by Rex Raider
    Pretty nice. But the angle seems off. Especially the front passenger side bumper/fender.

    Looks very Mercedes-ish.
    same thing. it even has a Kompressor

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    Re: sheer bordom

    Not bad. I agree with the benzishness. I like what you did to the headlights.

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    Re: sheer bordom

    Nice chopping skills! If you get really bored I'd love to see an Impala SS convertible chop by you.

    Sample large photos:
    http://www.fast-autos.net/view/2058
    http://www.fast-autos.net/data/images/2055.jpg

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    Now that is how you're supposed to chop a photo. Yeah, there are some nit-picky things that are askew but your concept comes across very strong. Darn nice job!

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    Very nice! Great idea and execution! If I could get one with regular wheels and bumpers, I'd take one!

    I am not a fan of the "reflection" idea (I mean whatever happened to the paint), it makes it a bit harder to imagine what it would look in real life...

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    Re: sheer bordom

    Quote Originally Posted by heals120
    I like what you did to the headlights.
    yes, headlights indeed. the only complaint on the chop-work is that the front bumper's paint is a bit too flat compared to that of the rest of the car.
    Lexus LC, very nice.

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    thanx for the comments I agree, it is a little off angled and the bumpers dull looking....but the Kompressor emblem suprisingly enough was already on the car befor I chopped it lol.. forgot to take it out

    and Ming awesome idea for the impala SS... I'll work on it and post it up asap for ya

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    Wow, that's awesome for a first time. If I had the program I know my first time wouldn't look as good as that. The only sugestion I have is try to do a Camaro and Challenger convertible lol.

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    Re: sheer bordom

    camaro and challenger eh.... hmmm... gimme a few days I'll come up with somethin

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    Very nicely done, while I love cars and unique designs, I tend to look more at the PShop techniques used....VERY COOL!

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    While I hated the previous car graphic, the broken glass looks awesome in the paint. Good job.
    "I cannot wait for the new fad to come along, one that doesn't involve making respectable looking cars look as though they were parked nearby when the plastic factory exploded."

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