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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Pair O' Dice, Oct 10, 2008.

  1. madfish
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    MOOSE, I guess no one told you about the ass wipe filter....
     
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  2. No Wayne I'm not familiar with the ass wipe filter but I did try to rotate the image 180º and used the red eye filter but the result looked like crap.
     
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  3. madfish
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    Moose, it appears you used the wrong filter. The correct method would have been to use the brown eye filter.
    Without sounding cheeky, the damage is permanently done and I guess the old adage "once an ass, always an ass" applies. There's nothing that's going to wipe that ass away.
    sorry.
     
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  4. Well Wayne it looks like on the hole you are correct
     
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  5. southerncad
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  6. This ended up as Aussie Sloper vs round door Rolls Royce.

    1939 chevy sloper.jpg
     
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  7. 1pickup
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    Only pics I have, of a couple of my former vehicles. Any way they can be lightened? Anything you can do would be appreciated. Both were crappy instamatic type photos.
    satisfaction.jpg short.jpg
     
  8. SR100
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    Here's a quick & dirty try on the pickup: ShortWeb.jpg
    I couldn't get anywhere on the car.
     

  9. 1.jpg 2.jpg
     
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  10. 1pickup
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    @SR100 @themoose Thanks guys for giving it a try. I expected as much. Poor old pics with poor lighting, scanned to my pc. The '56 was an old race car, fiberglas '57 front. The "pickup" was a radical '64 El Camino short box step side.
     
  11. Squablow
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    I monkeyed with the '56 a bit but there's just not much there to work with, and I'm not that experienced. This is the best I could do, and it's not much improvement, but I'll share it anyway since I tried.

    satisfaction.jpg
     
  12. 55Rocket
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    from Wisconsin

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  13. 4.jpg black and gold.jpg
    Here's a couple to ponder
     
  14. GearheadsQCE
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    Silver over blue!
     
  15. Black over blue
     
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  16. madfish
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  17. "Moose, it appears you used the wrong filter. The correct method would have been to use the brown eye filter.
    Without sounding cheeky, the damage is permanently done and I guess the old adage "once an ass, always an ass" applies. There's nothing that's going to wipe that ass away.
    sorry."
    HEY!!!...oh well, guess I set myself up for that..
    Thanks, Moose!!!
     
  18. Stan Back
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    4.jpg

    I always thought fender skirts looked strange(?) weird(?) inappropriate(?) unfinished(?) in a wheel well with a pronounced lip around it. Anyone? Is it the virus?
     
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  19. justabeater37
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    Not as fancy as you photoshop types but a quickie with scissors and tape. EF205CD4-312C-41D8-B47A-ECBB71AA473A.jpeg
     
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  20. bob-o
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    I'm right there with ya. I've always prefered flush-mounted skirts.
     
  21. bob-o
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    I took the liberty of adding '54/'55 Packard Clipper tail lights. I always thought they would look right at home on a '55/'56 Olds. OldsClipper.jpg
     
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  22. madfish
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    @Stan Back
    No quite understanding your meaning. Maybe this is what you're talking about?

    olds lip.jpg
     
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  23. Stan Back
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    No . . .

    There's still the outline, not recessed – but out front, of the shape of the fender well opening. Not flush with the skirt – like cars that originally came with skirts had. It just looks unfinished – that's probably why the cars that came with factory skirts made them flush with the quarter panel.
     
  24. Rot 'n Kustom
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  26. Rot 'n Kustom
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    Thanks, James!
    I have been a fan of the Blue Train Bentley since I first saw it in Classic and Sportscar magazine over thirty years ago. So imagine my amazement when I walked into Vintage Motors of Sarasota (Florida) last month and saw this:

    Blue Train Bentley.jpg
     
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  27. Real quick and rough, as i didn´t want to end up spending half a day on it...(it´s about the design, not necessarily the execution) and along the same lines as Rot'n...
    A-phaeton-false-cabrio.jpg
     
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  28. Rot'n - Is that the real thing or did someone copy it?! Incredible thing to run into either way.
     
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