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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Lono, Sep 21, 2008.

  1. Lono
    Joined: May 10, 2007
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    Photoshop has got to be the greatest tool for hotrodders outside the Mig.
    Costly modifications can be made with a squeeze of a mouse. Expensive mistakes can be avoided with the delete button.

    The skills of photoshop artists are incredible and put my lame attempts to shame. I'll share a few of mine to get the ball rolling.

    If you need a little photochop work done and you feel more comfortible with a welder, Maybe, just maybe if you ask nice and post a good picture* of your ride, someone will pick up their mouse and hammer your lid, lower your pan, or flame you ( literally).

    *(personally, I like straight on side views or front/ rear views, no angled shots, but thats just me.)

    Welcome in and watch where you step.:cool:

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    stude truck, chopped/channeled/shortened:
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    cruizin in a chopped/ lowered motor home - chopped, channeled and white walled:
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    testing white walls and red rims for a guy...
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    Thinking ahead during a build...
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  2. Here's an F1. It's a 1/24th scale diecast.
    I don't have Photoshop so used MS 'Paint'
     

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  3. Flat Roy
    Joined: Nov 23, 2007
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    Looks kool!!! Nice job with the tools you used.
     
  4. Belchfire8
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    Couldn't find the original post this was in so might as well put it here....
     

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  5. Mattilac
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  6. 49ratfink
    Joined: Feb 8, 2004
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    from California

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    the actual car had all the stock trim and bumper guards. I chopped it and smoothed it out a bit, then dropped it a few inches. other than the 50 grille (mines a 49) and the 18" 5 spokes this will be my 49 someday
     
  7. I've been working on one. I too use Paint; I'm pickin' at pixels! I was gonna drop this one ('32 Essex) on the '32 Ford H.A.M.B. Art Challenge when finished, and say, "oops, this isn't a Ferd". The hard parts are gonna be getting the front sheetmetal and engine looking decent, like they're at the proper angle. Photobucket changed it to a jpeg so it got a litte screwed up. The other one is a nightmare from an older Art Challenge.

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    Thanks,
    Kurt
     
  8. 51 MERC-CT
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    One considered a really low Merc.:):D[​IMG]
     
  9. Lono
    Joined: May 10, 2007
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    Ya know, I was thinking the same with a 4 door 53 ford.
     
  10. Donzie
    Joined: Aug 9, 2001
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    Here's 3 ideas I'm pondering.
    The first photo is the real one.
     

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  11. Lono
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    A 53 Ford Rancharo ala 4 door anyone?

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  12. chaddilac
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    Here's the ones I've done for fellow hambers... mostly just cleaning them up with a set of whites and a lowering job.
     

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  13. henry29
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    This one is perfect, any pics of the car after it was done.
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  14. This is the photoshop of my current Fleetline project that I did about 10 years ago, before I had the car, actually. I was inspired by this Steve Stanford drawing from R&C in the late 80's.
     

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  15. Vorhese
    Joined: May 26, 2004
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    I've done a few over the years HAH. Nothing like digging through some of my archives.

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  16. SlamCouver
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    from Brazil, IL

    1963 lincoln 2dr.

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  17. i have only paint...it doesn't work well in my hands,,,,,,,,,any one want to play with this????????tires, motor whatever????????,,,,


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  18. Lono
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    I was thinking last night how we haven't seen a revival of shortened cars line in the late 60's, we use to call "stubbies".
    I remember seeing unibody dodge and ford trucks, VW vans, 57 Chev wagons, 55 chevs coupes... (all once 4 doors) chopped and turned into stubby little 2 doors. Sure they looked cartoonish, but they were a cool milestone in car history. I wonder if they'll make a come back?

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  19. ynottayblock
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    a few the ideas bouncing around in my head, Im going to build the green model a pick up though it will be running a 4-71 now....
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  20. N312RB
    Joined: Dec 12, 2007
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    from Burlington

    Wanna relink the picture? I will do it for you.

    Also, why don't we start a photoshop request thread? Just somewhere people can say please do .... to my car...
     
  21. mikaelmtb
    Joined: Jan 29, 2006
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    from Denmark

    How I would like my 48 Chevy to look like:

    As it is now:
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    And how I would like it to be:
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  22. bobj49f2
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    Here are a few I've done for other people, they take a while to load so be patient:

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  23. Rikster
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    My dream.... one day!

    Here is how it started.

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    This will be after I'm done with it... all in a mid to late 40's style

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    This one would be nice as well.. although I personally prefer the 40's style version...

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  24. dabirdguy
    Joined: Jun 23, 2005
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    I'm going from this:
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    to this:
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  25. oddrodgarage
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    Rikster that 40's version is sweet...hope your vision becomes a reality...very slick indeed
     
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    Does this count?
     
  27. mink
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    from CT

    how do you'll photchop so well?
     
  28. cooljunk
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    LONO here is your stude for real
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  29. mink
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    from CT

    how'd i do. ??
     

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  30. 63ChevyII
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    I've been seeing a few on the internet

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    They look a lot like these:
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