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Originally posted by bus_man65@Jul 14 2004, 08:21 PM
just get use to my paint creations. I'm not using anything else.
Please take the fact that the bar is set VERY HIGH when it comes to chopping cars. So if you want positive feedback, then you might consider another program and some different ideas.

Furthermore, the large text is not neccesary.
 

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No offence but 15 passenger vans are born ugly and deligated to very specific uses. They will never be the symbols of prestige (especially when Joe the plumber has one) and I really see no reason for multiple brands having essentially the same vehicle. Besides, the truly cool full-size van market is dominated by aftermarket companies that are able to include low volume, unique features that a production vehicle cannot offer.
 

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Bus_Man, dont take this personal man. We are just giving you some tips and help on making your pictures better.

and might I suggest that you move away from the heavy duty trucks and vans?
 

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If you don't want to pay for Photoshop why not use the Gimp. It isn't setup as nice as Photoshop but it nice and free.

Another thing about the current Express/Savanna is the rear suspension is very basic. If you going to have a Caddy full size you'll need something better.

I have seen some of the upfiters stuff and I have not been impressed.

Rex's photochop is excellent except for the top part with ladder which isn't fault.
 

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GIMP or Vicman's photo editor are free programs that you can download, both are similar in purpose to photoshop and yield much better results than MS paint. Maybe your skills are limited but that's no reason to do chops of vehicles that have little to no chance of production, or sales success of any kind. I appreciate your effort but there simply isn't a market for luxury cargo vans.....
 
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