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Photo Chop Shop is open lets give it a shot! by 85SEnochie
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How about black chrome car with red chrome over the strips and Pegasus. Black chrome wheels with red lip. I think I need to buy this program instead of making all these request. I'm just not sure what I want.

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I think I need to buy this program instead of making all these request. I'm just not sure what I want.



GIMP 2.0 is free. That's what 85SEnotchie uses. I've been using it for my mods, too (sig)

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Could one of you folks with the mad graphics skills, PLEASE take the headlights from Norm's flipper hood ( http://normsfiberglass.com/fiero.html ) and put them on a stock '88 GT? I am going to paint mine this Spring and might want to put that style lights on beforehand. My mind's eye thinks it would look great....but would rather 'see' it before cutting up my fenders and hood.

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Downloaded the program, so far nothing but a struggle on the how to.
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So I was dreaming at work the other day as I drove a Camaro SS, and as I looked into the sideview, I noticed how wide the hips on the new Camaros really are.
I love Camaros, I would love a new ZL1, or a '71, '89, etc...

So I was thinking, what would the Camaro hips look like on a Fiero?
I saw that one thread about the hips already being made for the Fiero, but those don't do quite what I want. I'm basically looking for the Camaro fenders on a Fiero, starting right behind the door.
Can someone Photoshop one or a few for me?
Doesn't matter the color, preferably notchback since that's what I have and I think it would work better than fastbacks.

These pics are just from google, use whatever makes it work for you






If the hip could start behind the door just like the Maro...
You get the idea...


If it looks good, I want all the credit. If it looks bad, its your fault!
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Downloaded the program, so far nothing but a struggle on the how to.


If you want some help I totally understand it took me forever to figure out how to use GIMP2 but ones you figure out the basics it is tones of fun message me in Facebook when you want me to help you out.

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Originally posted by imacflier:

Could one of you folks with the mad graphics skills, PLEASE take the headlights from Norm's flipper hood ( http://normsfiberglass.com/fiero.html ) and put them on a stock '88 GT? I am going to paint mine this Spring and might want to put that style lights on beforehand. My mind's eye thinks it would look great....but would rather 'see' it before cutting up my fenders and hood.

TIA,
Larry


Scale is always a bit of a guess but what do you think of this?

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So I was dreaming at work the other day as I drove a Camaro SS, and as I looked into the sideview, I noticed how wide the hips on the new Camaros really are.
I love Camaros, I would love a new ZL1, or a '71, '89, etc...

So I was thinking, what would the Camaro hips look like on a Fiero?
I saw that one thread about the hips already being made for the Fiero, but those don't do quite what I want. I'm basically looking for the Camaro fenders on a Fiero, starting right behind the door.
Can someone Photoshop one or a few for me?
Doesn't matter the color, preferably notchback since that's what I have and I think it would work better than fastbacks.

These pics are just from google, use whatever makes it work for you






If the hip could start behind the door just like the Maro...
You get the idea...


If it looks good, I want all the credit. If it looks bad, its your fault!


OK I think it's cool but it's what you think that matters most What do you think?



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I am definately a fan of the "hips" look!

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OK I think it's cool but it's what you think that matters most What do you think?




YEAAAA! that's what I'm looking for!
I think I would even make the rear wheel base even wider, making the hips even wider.
The wheels are a great touch too

That's what I was looking for instead of fenders that are available on one of the threads here

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YEAAAA! that's what I'm looking for!
I think I would even make the rear wheel base even wider, making the hips even wider.
The wheels are a great touch too

That's what I was looking for instead of fenders that are available on one of the threads here



Cool glad it works for you and when you get the molds done I would like a set

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YEAAAA! that's what I'm looking for!
I think I would even make the rear wheel base even wider, making the hips even wider.
The wheels are a great touch too

That's what I was looking for instead of fenders that are available on one of the threads here



I'll post it here too The good old IMSA wide body is pretty close to the same idea you where asking for






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Can you do this photochop or shop the 2014 Corvette Hood Vent onto a Fiero? If you need a picture I put one here2014 Corvette Hood Vent on A Fiero?

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Can you do this photochop or shop the 2014 Corvette Hood Vent onto a Fiero? If you need a picture I put one here2014 Corvette Hood Vent on A Fiero?

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I just may have to do a chop top



And trying it out on a chop top



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Thank you that is pretty good, any chance you could lose the blue ring around the black vent or at leat make the blue ring black? Thanks again.

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Cool glad it works for you and when you get the molds done I would like a set



Yeaaaa that's gonna be a while, gotta get my car running first :P

But I think the 2014 Camaro vents would look even better on the Fiero, I plan on putting them on my hood to let the radiator vent better in the spring.



On second thought, maybe not, Chevy wants $262 DOLLARS FOR THE VENT ALONE! Holy Crap!
http://www.shopchevyparts.c...6238-p-92280008.html

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How about black chrome car with red chrome over the strips and Pegasus. Black chrome wheels with red lip.





Will you do this one as described, my skill with the program

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Thank you that is pretty good, any chance you could lose the blue ring around the black vent or at leat make the blue ring black? Thanks again.



Here you go

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Yeaaaa that's gonna be a while, gotta get my car running first :P

But I think the 2014 Camaro vents would look even better on the Fiero, I plan on putting them on my hood to let the radiator vent better in the spring.



On second thought, maybe not, Chevy wants $262 DOLLARS FOR THE VENT ALONE! Holy Crap!
http://www.shopchevyparts.c...6238-p-92280008.html



Something like this?

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Will you do this one as described, my skill with the program


I will figure something out I tried but could not get the white to look red chrome I just thought of another idea I may go a little cross eyed doing but I'll give it ago
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I'm getting their

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Seeing if sig works?



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Sig should work now?

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Thanks Man that makes it much better and you even done such a good job on the 2014 Camaro vent that now I can't decide which I like better! I will check out both and see what the measurements and the prices are. Which ever fits the best and cost the least will probably be the one. Thanks again for the help!

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Thanks Man that makes it much better and you even done such a good job on the 2014 Camaro vent that now I can't decide which I like better! I will check out both and see what the measurements and the prices are. Which ever fits the best and cost the least will probably be the one. Thanks again for the help!



Welcome If you need more done to help let me know

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I have never posted on here before so go easy on me! lol! I have some....okay too many ideas floating around in my head and i was hoping someone could help. i thought it would be cool if a 1996 Trans Am WS6 front end could be used- always loved those! Also a "1/2 chop"... what I mean is keep the stock height on the top end of the windshield in the front and then remove out about 1.5" from the rear of the roof allowing it to slope back down slightly kind of like the Nissan 350Z.

Also i would love to post a rendering of that project that I did but I'm not sure how. Help with that too would be much aprecitated.

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I have never posted on here before so go easy on me! lol! I have some....okay too many ideas floating around in my head and i was hoping someone could help. i thought it would be cool if a 1996 Trans Am WS6 front end could be used- always loved those! Also a "1/2 chop"... what I mean is keep the stock height on the top end of the windshield in the front and then remove out about 1.5" from the rear of the roof allowing it to slope back down slightly kind of like the Nissan 350Z.

Also i would love to post a rendering of that project that I did but I'm not sure how. Help with that too would be much aprecitated.

Thanks,
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http://images.extremedimens...thanegtlookfront.jpg
http://www.supercars.net/Pi...ebirdTransAmWS62.jpg


How's this? I tried to chop the back but you can't really tell but gave it ago

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Thanks for the Ps help. I have CS5 but I'm only familiar with Ai. Maybe someday I'll figure it out and be able to do stuff like this.

Here's a quick rendering that I did of that same idea.

]www.facebook.com/photo.php...type=1&theater[/img]

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Thanks for the Ps help. I have CS5 but I'm only familiar with Ai. Maybe someday I'll figure it out and be able to do stuff like this.

Here's a quick rendering that I did of that same idea.

]www.facebook.com/photo.php...type=1&theater[/img]



Your drawing looks fantastic! and you are welcome

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Ok. I played a bit with my Photoshop and came up with this! I'm very happy with the results!!

www.facebook.com/photo.php?...type=3&theater[/img]

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Does anyone have any pics I could use of an archie widebody without the wide front fenders? If I could get a link to the car as a whole to get some ideas from the different angles that would be best. Thanks gents!
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Ok. I played a bit with my Photoshop and came up with this! I'm very happy with the results!!

]www.facebook.com/photo.php...type=3&theater[/img]

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Does anyone have any pics I could use of an archie widebody without the wide front fenders? If I could get a link to the car as a whole to get some ideas from the different angles that would be best. Thanks gents!


Not really sure about the request I have not found to many pix with out the wide front fenders?

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Not really sure about the request I have not found to many pix with out the wide front fenders?





That's the idea that I'm looking for, except I was wanting to see one that was complete.
i agree with you on the lack of cars without the wide front fenders.
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When PIP finds the server again I'll post a picture here you go maybe looks a little more finished?



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One color definitely helps. Sucks there aren't many more pictures out there with different angles. Seems its always done as front fenders included and no pictures without them from different angles.
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Originally posted by 85SEnochie:

I just may have to do a chop top



And trying it out on a chop top




I spy my gold 87'

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I look forward to seeing you again this year at Fiero Fast mitchjl22

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I think this car is interesting. I can't decide if I love the black roof or not. It makes sense but does it look as good as it seems like it would? I don't know.







Terry, can you tweak it a little for me? Extend the red B-pillars upward and create a roof spoiler like a boat. Make it about 4 inches above the roof. Here's a link to a boat:

http://newenglandboating.co...r-weekend-trips.html

Thanks! This ought to be cool!
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