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I suck. After putting the wheels from my tC on my 1972 Maverick, lowering it and ruining the paint, I took a shot a lowering the tC a bit.
I suck at photoshop. I have new respect for those that don't.
My best work so far:
 

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Originally posted by courier11sec@Oct 23 2005, 08:16 PM
I suck. After putting the wheels from my tC on my 1972 Maverick, lowering it and ruining the paint, I took a shot a lowering the tC a bit.
I suck at photoshop. I have new respect for those that don't.
My best work so far:
Shadow-ninja tC. [email protected]!!

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Why don't you just cut out the wheels and move them up? Instead of cutting out the whole car and moving it down? Solves all your issues I think....Then just use the clone stamp tool to fill in the cement pattern and shadows around the wheels.

btw, I use Photoshop CS2 at work and home everyday and I have been using PS for 5 years...ANy questions just let me know! :)
 

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hehehe. Thanks for the tips guys.
MetalHaze, meet vtecKiller. His Photoshop skills are very good, but he's still working on English


heheh.
 

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thats how i learned photoshop, i saw that photoshop junkie website, read it a lil, i was like, SERIOUSLY??!! its NOT hard at ALL!! so i flip throught all my illegal discs.. (lol) found photoshop, installed it, and the magic begins...

btw i got free CS2 to dl, pm me for more info
 

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I got Photoshop cs2 last night too... off the net...

Ah the wonder's of Limewire.

Works too. Even the Crack for it.
 
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