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Thread: My first of many Photochops...

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    Default My first of many Photochops...

    You start out with a Civic...

    and you end up with this...
    1990 Eagle Talon TSI (FWD)
    -K&N Air Filter
    -Free Mods
    -Broken at the moment

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    Front end's a little whack, but not bad for your first try....

    Ahhh...I remember my first chop...well, I should, cuz it was like 4 days ago



    That was then...



    This is now...
    1996 Civic DX Coupe
    Stock and stayin that way

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    dunno which 1 is worse hehe jk
    too big, 170 pixel hieght

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    Shocon2k you are definately getting better
    1990 Eagle Talon TSI (FWD)
    -K&N Air Filter
    -Free Mods
    -Broken at the moment

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    headlights dont tend to shine so brightly in the daytime :P

    Shocon2k: that rear looks a bit whack

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    Thanks ph34rd... I'll remember that for next time..
    1990 Eagle Talon TSI (FWD)
    -K&N Air Filter
    -Free Mods
    -Broken at the moment

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    also did u desaturate that front bar?... it dont look like it... a good way to get a full colour is to desaturate it first

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    I didn't desaturate any of the car.... but thanks for the tip!
    1990 Eagle Talon TSI (FWD)
    -K&N Air Filter
    -Free Mods
    -Broken at the moment

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    I recommend if you want light tones you desaturate and then adjust the brightness, but be careful...too much lightening will take away some of the definition and fine lines. If you wanna go for a deep deep tone, like black or navy, then darken it a little bit (or a lot if you want black) after desaturating and before you adjust color balance. Also, here's how I found to be the best way to make your own carbon fiber hood. Select the hood area, then go IMAGE>ADJUSTMENTS>GRADIENT MAP and keep it at the default (white fades to black) and just click on the box that says "reverse" and your hood (which should be a light tone, works best if you desaturate and make it near white) will become black with white highlights, which will give the appearance of carbon fiber because of the pixels in the picture. My blue civic was a hood that was cut and pasted, the hood on the Del Sol was done using the method I just described. Enjoy!
    1996 Civic DX Coupe
    Stock and stayin that way

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    ima try and chop one right now.. hold please.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shocon2k
    I recommend if you want light tones you desaturate and then adjust the brightness, but be careful...too much lightening will take away some of the definition and fine lines. If you wanna go for a deep deep tone, like black or navy, then darken it a little bit (or a lot if you want black) after desaturating and before you adjust color balance. Also, here's how I found to be the best way to make your own carbon fiber hood. Select the hood area, then go IMAGE>ADJUSTMENTS>GRADIENT MAP and keep it at the default (white fades to black) and just click on the box that says "reverse" and your hood (which should be a light tone, works best if you desaturate and make it near white) will become black with white highlights, which will give the appearance of carbon fiber because of the pixels in the picture. My blue civic was a hood that was cut and pasted, the hood on the Del Sol was done using the method I just described. Enjoy!
    ur really getting to know the setup hey man! keep it up!

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    :D
    1996 Civic DX Coupe
    Stock and stayin that way

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