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Photo Chop Shop is open lets give it a shot! by 85SEnochie
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Thanks a bunch.

the mesh might not be done, but i appreciate the effort. glad to see it before we started modding. XD
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Originally posted by Mr_jacob7:

Thanks a bunch.

the mesh might not be done, but i appreciate the effort. glad to see it before we started modding. XD


No problem! Is it all that you were thinking of I can try more if you were thinking of anything else?
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Working on ( ghost187x's ) dream Fiero



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HI all

Thanx for all yur help on the chops!

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HI all

Thanx for all yur help on the chops!



Have any others just let me know
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ok i want to try something can you stack the grand prix's lights into the fiero bucket difficult I know

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ok i want to try something can you stack the grand prix's lights into the fiero bucket difficult I know




What do you think? there has been a couple people that have done simaler things for thier headlights and the scale is a guess but hope you like it. I picked a bumper pad at a little better angle so that it fit the picture you gave me

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After I did the first one I read a little closer and wanted them in the buckets. The holes and lids would have to be wider so again a guess on the scale. What do you think?

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Not that Bonzo's car need’s modified in any way but was thinking of different ideas with the front bumper.

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85SEnotchie youhave a pm
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HI all

Back for round something or other, lol..... I think I found a pair of lites that are closer to the angle of the ferrari, so if you could put those lites onto the photo shopped ferrari that would be awesome! Again, thanx for doing this, and your time n effort!

Celica pic:



Ferrari pic:

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Back for round something or other, lol..... I think I found a pair of lites that are closer to the angle of the ferrari, so if you could put those lites onto the photo shopped ferrari that would be awesome! Again, thanx for doing this, and your time n effort!

Celica pic:



Ferrari pic:





Better?

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HI all

Right click, save-as, You betcha thas better!! Thanx!

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HI all

Right click, save-as, You betcha thas better!! Thanx!



Wellcome glad we got it
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Bump back to the front

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Love The Excitement!

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Another fun Ferrari Fiero

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OK so after the last pic making the Fiero a little more Ferrari I thought I would make the Ferrari a little more Fiero



Had to chop it too.

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A little Ferrari BONZO

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pontiac vibe light. i cant do the other side for the life of me...
i have that same pic with a saturn sky front fascia n lights. its on my comp in the states though
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LOL I love this bumper it has to be tried on everything

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85SEnochie, any of the "saddle-colored" vinyl in this interior basically is either a "light saddle" (e.g., all of the glove box except its dark gray door) or a "dark saddle" (e.g., the section immediately surrounding the black plastic vents to the right of the glove box):

 
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I'm going to install a glove box similar to the one in the above picture, but first I'd really like to see it in some different color schemes, which greatly would help me in deciding which I'd like the most:
  1. Same as that pictured above except the dark gray glove box door is changed to light saddle, while the remainder stays a light saddle.

  2. The glove box door in light saddle, but the remainder of the glove box in dark saddle.

  3. The glove box door in dark saddle, and the remainder of the glove box in light saddle.

  4. The glove box door in dark saddle, and the remainder of the glove box in dark saddle saddle.
I realize those are a lot of different alternatives, so if it's too much of a hassle to photo shop all four, can I just see what alternatives #1 and #2 would look like?

I'm guessing fellow PFF member, Alibi, from whose recent thread I copied the above picture ("Glovebox install and interior cleanup"), also would be interested in seeing what these alternatives would look like. (And yes, he had some pictures with less clutter in the interior, but I thought (hopefully correctly) that picking the picture with the fewest shadows might be the most convenient from which you could work your magic in any photo shopping efforts.)
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(project34) I know the laches do not match I figured after we pick witch one you like the most I would change that.

Light Light



Light Dark



Dark Light



Dark Dark

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ok here we go... can you do this for me:

1) 85gt with spoiler
2) burnt orange coloured for most of the body
3) Black spoiler
4) Two black stripes that go along the top of the car over the headlights and taper to triangles just under the turn signals
5) low profile headlights
5) black from the opening of the mouth spoiler down
6) some black 6 spoke rims

Thats my plan for my car at the moment and wanna see what it may look like
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ok here we go... can you do this for me:

1) 85gt with spoiler
2) burnt orange coloured for most of the body
3) Black spoiler
4) Two black stripes that go along the top of the car over the headlights and taper to triangles just under the turn signals
5) low profile headlights
5) black from the opening of the mouth spoiler down
6) some black 6 spoke rims

Thats my plan for my car at the moment and wanna see what it may look like


OK so how did I do? I know that the wheels are 7 and not 6 if you have a pic of the wheels that would be great

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dear god its beautiful.. love the metallic chrome look.. too bad that sheen wouldnt be reproduceable..
That definately is where im going with it
Ryan

edit to ask if you could do the ground effects orange also just to solidify the colour scheme for me

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dear god its beautiful.. love the metallic chrome look.. too bad that sheen wouldnt be reproduceable..
That definately is where im going with it
Ryan

edit to ask if you could do the ground effects orange also just to solidify the colour scheme for me



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300th post!!!!!!!!! woot...

I really like them both and you did a marvelous job on them.. it will really help steer me in the direction i want to go
Ryan
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Thanks, 85SEnochie!

I think I'll probably go with a two-toned color scheme for the glove box, and in particular, the "Light Door/Dark Surround" one you've depicted because that seems to go with the remainder of the saddle-colored pieces in the interior, and then I also don't have to be concerned if the paint for the surround portion of the glove box (i.e., everything around its door) doesn't exactly match the light saddle portion of the (23-year-old) dashboard directly behind the glove box:

 
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Light Dark


 
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(project34) I know the laches do not match I figured after we pick witch one you like the most I would change that.

Like you mentioned, can you switch the latch in the above picture to a light saddle?
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300th post!!!!!!!!! woot...

I really like them both and you did a marvelous job on them.. it will really help steer me in the direction i want to go
Ryan


glad to help!
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Thanks, 85SEnochie!

I think I'll probably go with a two-toned color scheme for the glove box, and in particular, the "Light Door/Dark Surround" one you've depicted because that seems to go with the remainder of the saddle-colored pieces in the interior, and then I also don't have to be concerned if the paint for the surround portion of the glove box (i.e., everything around its door) doesn't exactly match the light saddle portion of the (23-year-old) dashboard directly behind the glove box:

Like you mentioned, can you switch the latch in the above picture to a light saddle?


Here you go looks good?



Thought I would throw in an idea how about black button?

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Here you go looks good?


Yes, thanks!

 
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Thought I would throw in an idea how about black button?

Actually, the picture shown isn't of my dash but of someone else's. In those places where the dash shown is gloss black, I actually have brown wood grain, darker than the dark saddle we've discussed, but definitely lighter than gloss black.

I didn't mention earlier that wood grain coloration (instead of black) simply because I didn't want to trouble you too much with my photo-shop request, especially given that I'd already asked for 4 different dashboard color combinations involving light and dark saddle.
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OK so the cluter was driving me a little crazy and wanted to do it
Can you take a pic of your interior at that angle so I can put the wood grain in it or just put the glove box in yours?

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OK so the cluter was driving me a little crazy and wanted to do it

If you actually could erase the clutter in people's homes in real-life like that, you'd have a gold mine!


 
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Can you take a pic of your interior at that angle so I can put the wood grain in it or just put the glove box in yours?

Sorry, but I don't have a digital camera.
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Sorry, but I don't have a digital camera.


No cell phone with a camera?
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No cell phone with a camera?

Nope.

However, the 4th and 5th pictures in this link I found on Microsoft's Bing are the best I've found so far at depicting the shade of my wood grain dash, although unfortunately, neither was taken at the same angle as the photo shopped dash picture you'd created above: http://www.cardomain.com/ride/386112

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Maybe a little closer? I looked at the pic and did some coloring is it ok?

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Tutone?



I like two tones looks good
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Here you go



I'm liking this a lot. Can you black out the trim for a comparison, and possibly something like these rims?


I think it may be Orange Suicide, but I am a sucker for orange. Possibly the Formula rims with Orange lips instead of aluminum.
I have those and I really want an excuse to paint Jezebel Orange.

Brad

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