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    Pontiac G5 GXP

    hmm, OK heres a little thing that I did from the Honda concept pix....updated pix in post # 3.
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    tough up on the rear rim

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    Quote Originally Posted by ferrarifreak013
    tough up on the rear rim

    I see that too ??? I click on the pic to enlarge it a bit and it clears up tho !!!!...whoda tunk that !!

    But OK try this then ...I took out some of the real shiny reflections and redid it & also smoothed out the front bumper fender below the headlight, sometimes ya dont see stuff til After its posted ...lol;
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    Interesting ideas, but just add some sharpening to the wheels and it should look good.

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    THX Koop....im still workin it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MRDETROITMETAL
    THX Koop....im still workin it.

    Cool. Just being curious, you still using Gimp?

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    Um, not on this it is Alais Sketchbook Pro, but to sharpen Ill have to go to CS2 or ??...have not gotten enough of a handle on Gimp just yet to show any results here now, tho it can do some real good stuff if your willing take the time it is pretty close to PS. I prefer doing all my base work in Sketchbook as it allows me to Draw better than the others do...and is faster too. Thats prb a reason peeps here get set off regarding some of my "chops"...I don't really chop anything I Draw it !
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    This is one of your better chops, the only real quam I have is with the front bumper. On the far side it looks like it just sorta tapers off and isnt semetrical. If you could somehow make a little bit of that agressive little scoop visible on the far side I think it would be great.
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    its honestly not that bad. your wheels look very messy and the front bumper looks out of whack but not horrible.
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    K ...THX to all !

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    I actually really like this chop, the idea was petty cool.
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    nice chop (or not) if the quality was so mcuh better

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