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Photo Chop Shop is open lets give it a shot! by 85SEnochie
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Can someone photoshop this mustang spoiler (I think thats what it is) onto a fastback and maybe a few different angles?

Thanks!


Here you go what do you think? I could not find a fast back at that angle so I made the notchie a fast back If you have pictures of that wing at differant angles I can put them on fast backs I will have to look for more fast back pictures but will find some I am shure.

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ohhh.... i see. reflection. yeah, this angle issue is what got me thinking of the car's natural high in the back rake.
i wanna flatten this out before a major paint. like the lower black job.

plus, i think, if i go black. it will be flat black.
this may be all mote anyway, as seeing that this looks sooo fine in its own right.
maybe i will stay all red??



this little mod of yours may/will be the winner.
please bear witness to the birth and future of Mera X, as of tommarow. new plate day.
thats the fumes from work talking.....sorry.


anyway, if you could, kind sir. lets try this........ let's "slam" this version. you know for kicks, but with a twist.

try both. what you did above, whatever that ended up being.
but, also with this red on red one. try to lower the back a little more than the front (if you can?).
more like a real Ferrari 308 would sit. Maybe??
as always thank you for your creativity. and dedication.
gotta scoot. chat ya later,
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Here you go what do you think? I could not find a fast back at that angle so I made the notchie a fast back If you have pictures of that wing at differant angles I can put them on fast backs I will have to look for more fast back pictures but will find some I am shure.





I am kinda digging this look. Any more shots of this spoiler aropund we can hack up?

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ohhh.... i see. reflection. yeah, this angle issue is what got me thinking of the car's natural high in the back rake.
i wanna flatten this out before a major paint. like the lower black job.

plus, i think, if i go black. it will be flat black.
this may be all mote anyway, as seeing that this looks sooo fine in its own right.
maybe i will stay all red??



this little mod of yours may/will be the winner.
please bear witness to the birth and future of Mera X, as of tommarow. new plate day.
thats the fumes from work talking.....sorry.


anyway, if you could, kind sir. lets try this........ let's "slam" this version. you know for kicks, but with a twist.

try both. what you did above, whatever that ended up being.
but, also with this red on red one. try to lower the back a little more than the front (if you can?).
more like a real Ferrari 308 would sit. Maybe??
as always thank you for your creativity. and dedication.
gotta scoot. chat ya later,
Dan



Thanks for that! Did I bring the back down far enuff on the two tone ones? Let me know so I know if I am repeating the same Idea on the not two tone ones
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^ most definenately.
i just saw a thread with a real 308 in it and was reminded how they sit, so i thought we, mostly you, could try all 3
lowered. both ways.
now with a fourth contender.....the real photo.

this IS what the car looks like today.
could you slam this one both ways, your version
and the new more in the back 308 style.
cool? the lowered ones are lookin great. you see, i have to stare at the printed pics, for it to sink in.
i have a bunch posted in the breakroom at work also.
i am starting to sober up from the fumes at work, but they took their toll.......i feel sleepy....
pardon my incoheranceness..
to the sherrrr.....away
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Here you go what do you think? I could not find a fast back at that angle so I made the notchie a fast back If you have pictures of that wing at differant angles I can put them on fast backs I will have to look for more fast back pictures but will find some I am shure.





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^ most definenately.
i just saw a thread with a real 308 in it and was reminded how they sit, so i thought we, mostly you, could try all 3
lowered. both ways.
now with a fourth contender.....the real photo.

this IS what the car looks like today.
could you slam this one both ways, your version
and the new more in the back 308 style.
cool? the lowered ones are lookin great. you see, i have to stare at the printed pics, for it to sink in.
i have a bunch posted in the breakroom at work also.
i am starting to sober up from the fumes at work, but they took their toll.......i feel sleepy....
pardon my incoheranceness..
to the sherrrr.....away
Dan



Here you are I am not shure what the differance is in the 308 and the slam but I think this is what you were asking for?







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Beautiful.


COOL glad you like it want anything P S just let me know
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could you do this in a fast back instead of the notchie and get rid of the glass. maybe throw either a Wbody kit on there ??? pleaseee oh and no wing with an gt nose"???

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could you do this in a fast back instead of the notchie and get rid of the glass. maybe throw either a Wbody kit on there ??? pleaseee oh and no wing with an gt nose"???



How is this? While I was in the process I had this Idea twin widebody kit for the strech. What do you think of that?





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Here you are I am not shure what the differance is in the 308 and the slam but I think this is what you were asking for?












right on the head.
completely brilliant. well done.
the 308 reference, before a review, was made because of an optical i have had thinking the rear of the real 308's
seemed lower cuz of the engine placement.
after looking at some 308 stills a few minutes ago. i conculude that its in my head, and just an optical illusion.
you got the my org. black centerline nice and flat. thats real nice.
i am gonna go stare for awhile. be back soon.Later,
Daniel

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now thats sharp.

85SEnochie! WOW!

I cannot thank you enough!!.
i gave you a positive rate, thur the rate a member system a long time ago.
but now, i also give you an "ATTA boy" for every pic you have modded and/or slammed...for me, too date.
BIG UP's for you.
later,
Dan

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Loked awesomehow about a fast back?
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could you have some fun wiht this?


Click for full size - Uploaded with plasq's Skitch

like make headlights where the arrows are pointing to etc, try different shapes in the middle etc. thanks! the origional picture is at kingdomcustoms.com the gallerado sp nose.

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now thats sharp.

85SEnochie! WOW!

I cannot thank you enough!!.
i gave you a positive rate, thur the rate a member system a long time ago.
but now, i also give you an "ATTA boy" for every pic you have modded and/or slammed...for me, too date.
BIG UP's for you.
later,
Dan



Thank you I really enjoy doing it and glad that it helps people see there dreams hope to see the real thing soon
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Loked awesomehow about a fast back?


Here is a fast back for you what do you think?

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could you have some fun wiht this?


Click for full size - Uploaded with plasq's Skitch

like make headlights where the arrows are pointing to etc, try different shapes in the middle etc. thanks! the origional picture is at kingdomcustoms.com the gallerado sp nose.




Round one with round

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I really LIKE the three head light mod what do you think of it on the Gallardo?

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I am messing around with the idea of cutting out the center of my facia. This is my rough idea. Still only a concept. I am curious about adding something in the center, just different from the removed piece? I just don't know what? Can you touch this rendering up, and maybe come up with a couple different "looks" to my original idea?

You could also do one with a small roof scoop. If you so choose?

Could you slide the rear wing down and beck like the TLG wing stands that I have on her now?



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I am messing around with the idea of cutting out the center of my facia. This is my rough idea. Still only a concept. I am curious about adding something in the center, just different from the removed piece? I just don't know what? Can you touch this rendering up, and maybe come up with a couple different "looks" to my original idea?

You could also do one with a small roof scoop. If you so choose?

Could you slide the rear wing down and beck like the TLG wing stands that I have on her now?



Thanks,
Tony


How is this brought the wing down and back, scoop on the roof and put a triangle piece in the front? That I think looks cool!

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I really LIKE the three head light mod what do you think of it on the Gallardo?





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Thanks! I think that the front looks a bit too gaping? Kind of remind me of my X from the front.

I do like the roof scoop. I would really like to do one that is functional one day. Dreams......

What if you were to extend the metallic red center section down to the top of the grey? Could you fill in to match the lines of the front? Make it flow?

Once again thanks,

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i think it looks awesome! thansk alot
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Thanks! I think that the front looks a bit too gaping? Kind of remind me of my X from the front.

I do like the roof scoop. I would really like to do one that is functional one day. Dreams......

What if you were to extend the metallic red center section down to the top of the grey? Could you fill in to match the lines of the front? Make it flow?

Once again thanks,

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How is the nose? I brought it down so not to be to Gaping like your X



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What did you think of the other one that I did not as ?
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i think it looks awesome! thansk alot


You are welcome do we see a strech in your future?
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Round one with round




I like the indicators, what i was thinking imagining was more...the complete panel is one giant headlight ( or 2 ) or perhaps filled with LEDs to be illuminated at night...might not be a legal headlight but would be equal at the very least in light.

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oh incase you were wondering, my inspiration for my future fiero build is that the fiero is the sister car ( imo ) to the 79 trans am, i want to give it a muscle car feel but with a modern...or perhaps retro modern look.

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oh incase you were wondering, my inspiration for my future fiero build is that the fiero is the sister car ( imo ) to the 79 trans am, i want to give it a muscle car feel but with a modern...or perhaps retro modern look.



How is this?



Or big ass fog lights



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I kinda like the roof scoop concept. How about doing one with a Corvette hood scoop like:

http://www.flickr.com/photo...3462@N02/3486415421/

Any angle or body would be fine but I'm partial to black notchies with wings ;-)

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The 1969 Ford Mustang Mach I hood scoop is a very similar design but the "bullet" isn't so invasive. Use either one.

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I kinda like the roof scoop concept. How about doing one with a Corvette hood scoop like:

http://www.flickr.com/photo...3462@N02/3486415421/

Any angle or body would be fine but I'm partial to black notchies with wings ;-)

Thanks,
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How is this for the idea I do not have a roof pic at that angle?

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Thanks Mang!

I am still up in the air about the front? Just not working like I envision. You nailed it though. And the roof scoop is sweet. I really want to glass in a functioning scoop.

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http://www.flickr.com/photos/ahi/259147862/
http://www.flickr.com/photo.../in/pool-fieropilots

Here are two that match up a little better. Please include the point that extends out of the scoop. You could replace the Corvette flags with a Pontiac Arrowhead if you want.

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awesome thread. I really enjoy all the pics. I've got a suggestion. How about porsche 911 headlights on a GT?
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I will get to the request's on monday
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Originally posted by Tony Kania:

Thanks Mang!

I am still up in the air about the front? Just not working like I envision. You nailed it though. And the roof scoop is sweet. I really want to glass in a functioning scoop.

Tony


Here is a couple nose jobs for you to think about let me know what you think or





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Wow! I like it. #1 gives the rendering some depth. Thank you for working on this photoshop. Ima gonna havta sava thisa one.

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http://www.flickr.com/photos/ahi/259147862/
http://www.flickr.com/photo.../in/pool-fieropilots

Here are two that match up a little better. Please include the point that extends out of the scoop. You could replace the Corvette flags with a Pontiac Arrowhead if you want.

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I could not get the fiero pic to work that you posted So I took a pic of my car at as close as I could get to the first angle you gave me what do you think?


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Wow! I like it. #1 gives the rendering some depth. Thank you for working on this photoshop. Ima gonna havta sava thisa one.

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Welcome anytime glad you like it I like big mouths too
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