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Old 04-26-2004, 01:10 AM   #1
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Help phot shop for my signature.

I'm trying to make this picture fit my signature and also take the backround out so it's just white and mybe add shadows for the tires and stuff. Anyone able to do this for me? I got photoshop but I still suck at it. I'm sure there are better ways to do this other then the way I'm doing it. All I have been doing is using the eraser and taking out the backround but I'm aloways hitting the undo button because I mess it up. LOL


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Old 04-26-2004, 01:13 AM   #2
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no photoshop here, you know i only do mspaint haha, but i wanted to mention that the tint looks pretty dang awesome.
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Thanks man. MS paint worked well for you last time. Man I had to have you get my back that the rims were real because of the last one you did for me. LOL
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I like the tint. It's got a metalic tint to the front ones, which makes it look a little bit darker.
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Sorry to go off-topic, but is that Toyota van in the background the subject of your earlier post about your neighbor painting his van in the driveway (among other things)? No wonder you were worried about overspray, they're practically right next to each other...
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Sorry to go off-topic, but is that Toyota van in the background the subject of your earlier post about your neighbor painting his van in the driveway (among other things)? No wonder you were worried about overspray, they're practically right next to each other...
LOL it sure is! Told you it was close. Our drive ways are together. But the good news is they moved out two weeks ago. Never said bye or anything. LOL Not that I was ever rude or anything. Their son scratched up my bumper to, little S**T!

Only differnce is it was my 03 White sport track where the car is at in the pic when he started painting.
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LOL jacking my own thread!
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Well at least they're gone. That stuck in my mind because I had a similar problem. Long story short, for a while my neighbors had a more-or-less "live-in" handyman helping them... he repainted their son's VW Bug in the driveway, and then they gave the guy their old Cherokee and he repainted that damn thing like 5-6 times until he got it a color he liked.

All the while he also sprayed some urethane crap on furniture out there in the driveway too, since his business was apparently repairing furniture. It drove me nuts though, you could see a huge cloud of spray floating all over our court, and it was summer so you could smell chemical/paint smells wafting in the open windows. Thankfully they all moved out eventually. Now the house is occupied by an unfriendly yuppie with a new M3 convertible. I hate neighbors. I can see why you want to erase that from the picture...
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It's funny I washed the car right before I took this pic and I made sure I sprayed the water all over his van. LOL I guess I'm mean.
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Hey Zarelli, you going to be able to hook me up?
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