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Old 02-07-2005, 03:41 PM
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Bump for some awsome templates...
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could you do a template of this?
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Bump for some awsome templates...
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Originally posted by trackdesigner71
could you do a template of this?
Here you Go.
I hope it helps. The jpg's were really bad but I think I got enough to work with.

"protoform peugot 1/10th"
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Old 02-09-2005, 08:54 PM
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These templates are Excellent. Are there any other 1/8th Buggy available.

Again most excellent job. Has help me make my new truck design look like my buggy.
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Originally posted by chrispy
These templates are Excellent. Are there any other 1/8th Buggy available.

Again most excellent job. Has help me make my new truck design look like my buggy.
I only have the one 1/8th scale now.
Get me a picture with the style and angle you want, and I will make it for you.
Just make sure the picture is not a tiny jpg because I cannot get enough detail from them.
Thanks for the good nod!
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Originally posted by scoobydo
I only have the one 1/8th scale now.
Get me a picture with the style and angle you want, and I will make it for you.
Just make sure the picture is not a tiny jpg because I cannot get enough detail from them.
Thanks for the good nod!
Well you did a fair enough job with that pic I sent you man.
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Originally posted by trackdesigner71
Well you did a fair enough job with that pic I sent you man.

Thanks!
Yeah, I can work with them, its just hard because I have to do some guessing for things that I can't see.
The Pan car was easy, it had clean lines.
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hey guys.anybody knoe how to use photoshop???can some of u teach me???pliz pm me or add me on msn or yahoo.my address is on my nick.thanks
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hey guys.anybody knoe how to use photoshop???can some of u teach me???pliz pm me or add me on msn or yahoo.my address is on my nick.thanks
It depends what you want to do.
What do you want to do with photoshop?
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Scoob, thanks for doing these templates. I've been looking for some for a while now. Greatly appreciate the work!
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Scoob, thanks for doing these templates. I've been looking for some for a while now. Greatly appreciate the work!
No Problem!
We have a nice little collection now, but I would like it to get bigger.
Let me know if their is any more we should do.
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Originally posted by scoobydo
It depends what you want to do.
What do you want to do with photoshop?



make special effects and something like that.i want to do a wallpaper of my car.that would be real cool.and what software that can design body schemes???what software is suitable for it?
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Stepping into photoshop and "like" programs isn't something you can just learn through private messages. The Adobe Creative Suite is high-end software that's used by professionals for advertising, magazine layouts, photo-retouching, etc. Definitely not a "template" style software. However, I strongly encourage anyone to learn those products. If you're going to learn some a graphics program anyway, it may as well be the industry standard.
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Originally posted by 23six
Stepping into photoshop and "like" programs isn't something you can just learn through private messages. The Adobe Creative Suite is high-end software that's used by professionals for advertising, magazine layouts, photo-retouching, etc. Definitely not a "template" style software. However, I strongly encourage anyone to learn those products. If you're going to learn some a graphics program anyway, it may as well be the industry standard.
Yeah, True.
I've been using Photoshop since V 2.5 so I forget that it takes a while to learn and master.
Same thing with Illustrator or any of the CS programs.
Funny, when I was getting my degree in design we had a speaker come in who was one of the developers for Photoshop.
While he was giving a little demo speech, even HE didn't know some of the questions being thrown at him!
Just goes to show, Even the pros haven't mastered the program completely.
Its so huge and encompassing, how can you.
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where can I get a program to make these!!
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