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Homer Gonerson

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#1 13 years ago

DeLoreans.... oh god how i love them..... ok, the original: 1981delorean102703.jpg i did all of these in photoshop colored red: attachment.php?attachmentid=33432&stc=1 now yellow (i like this one better): attachment.php?attachmentid=33434&stc=1 heres the red outline i made: attachment.php?attachmentid=33436&stc=1 and the tye-dye ish: attachment.php?attachmentid=33435&stc=1 i still need to add a polished look to the yellow one, i know theres a way i can do it with the lighting effects




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#2 13 years ago

Thats really cool, i haven't really seen this type of Photoshopping in here before... I like the yellow one the best, the red one could be good too...but you just exported it with magic wand or soemthing, and it cut off part of the tires. :p The outlines are cool too, nice work.




Fragger

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#3 13 years ago

I "enhanced" the yellow one. dl2lz.png




Homer Gonerson

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#4 13 years ago

hmm, i kinda wanted to add a reflective shine to it, like this reddel31.jpg to kinda make it look a bit more... real




lesca

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#5 13 years ago

hmmmmmm. i think it is pretty damn good, never seen any ps overlays??? or is it some other way? anyways how did you do the wheels? :confused: they look different than the orginal. Nessaja*




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#6 13 years ago

Not too bad. Was this done entirely with PS, or did you make a 3D model and texture it in PS?




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#7 13 years ago

He edited and existing image.




Homer Gonerson

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#8 13 years ago

i just took a picture off google: 1981delorean102703.jpg and selected the parts i wanted colored (the steel), then did hue/saturation. i had to make the hood and front side panel a little darker, but yeah, thats all.. now i just need to add some lighting effects (and yes, i looked at delorean.com's .pdf file of the original DeLorean pamphlet and those are the original wheels)




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#9 13 years ago

alright. since this is my work thread, and since i'm supposed to have 1 thread for my work, in hopes i'm doing this right, i'm reviving this 3 month dead thread just did these, they're not done yet though. The Thinker: attachment.php?attachmentid=38236&stc=1 Statue of David: attachment.php?attachmentid=38235&stc=1 they're pretty crude and crappy. feel free to change them/turn other things into manequins




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#10 13 years ago

wow they are realy cool cars, nice work dude :-)