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Old 3rd April 2008, 12:36   #661
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Xehaust,
Hold on! Talking of the original or the photoshopped one?
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Old 3rd April 2008, 12:41   #662
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My my,
Dont we all just love compliments
Was referring to the PS'ed one. The original doesnt have a bonnet meshed job right

But seriously, if Cedia wudve looked like the Ps'ed version, im sure a lot more people would have bought it. Looks freakin awesome.

By the way, awesome PS job. Looks very professional.

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Old 3rd April 2008, 12:46   #663
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Well actually the original one also has one...i got confused...hehe...Loved the compliments for sure!

here the actual meshjob
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Benny.
The fiesta looks cool except for the wheels which are small IMO..
I felt the same as well, but this was meant to be a production car, with OEM alloys, and hence stuck to the smaller wheels.

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Benny boy, that's a good effort! I prefer the looks of your PS'ed car to the original!
Ishaan, i always felt modern cars seem to be overdoing the peeled back headlamps thingy. I prefer this look as well.

@TG : The Cedia looks killer with the new headlamps. Wish Mitsubishi had thought of that earlier.
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Old 3rd April 2008, 18:08   #665
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too bad Mitsu guys didnt shape it like that!
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I have been a silent reader of this thread for a while, and I must say this is one of the best ones on T-BHP.
BTW, pardon my ignorance, but where can i get a good Photoshop software?
This job looks so tempting that I can't wait to try it out.
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Old 3rd April 2008, 19:26   #667
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You can download it via any torrent client software.
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Old 3rd April 2008, 19:51   #668
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Tried my best , but couldn't find one.
Can anyone of you tell me where you got your software or if you have time, then post a link, please?
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Ishaan, i always felt modern cars seem to be overdoing the peeled back headlamps thingy. I prefer this look as well.
Yup, they look as if they are permanently surprised after looking at something on the road!
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Yup, they look as if they are permanently surprised after looking at something on the road!
hahaha....Good one there. U had me in splits there. Hahaha!
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I have been inspired by this thread especially, so tried modifying some photos. Here is one which I used swift dzire. Changed the A pillar since it doesn't look good for a sedan and added SX4 skirting and smoked the head & tail light.
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This one is for absolute fun !!!
Photoshop/Digital Art thread-dsc02989-stilo.jpg
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Old 6th April 2008, 10:47   #673
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A few questions please :
1.Where, Where can I get this software?
2.How much space does an average ps software take on the diskand how much of ram is needed for it?
3.I ask again, where can I get this softwre, I am dieing for it.
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A few questions please :
1.Where, Where can I get this software?
2.How much space does an average ps software take on the diskand how much of ram is needed for it?
3.I ask again, where can I get this softwre, I am dieing for it.
For Adobe photoshop a Pentium II and 512mb ram would be enough to work.
I use a old version of Adobe photoshop. You can download a trial version of Adobe photoshop from the net.

Try this, cartoonist tool can be used to create funny pictures.
VicMan Software: best digital imaging software for your business, entertainment and creativity.
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Old 6th April 2008, 19:30   #675
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Name:  drawing1.jpg
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Drawn using stylus on Adobe photoshop, filters applied in the end.
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