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    big photoshop!

    I took this picture of a car at a show and the owner really liked it:


    then in the forum he said he wished his car was all by itself in the field.."hmm" i said...and tried to do that...and here is the result:



    if anyone wants to try and make it look less repetitive in the backround and try to get the owner completely out of the rear windscreen...that would help quite a bit
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    looks really good. especially because it's a mk1. every shot i see of theat car is beautiful i love it. the trees and ground look a tad lumpy however.

    oh and there is a guy sitting directly behind the car, look through the back window.
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    yeah i know about the owner in the back window haha...if someone wants to try and get him out and make it look better then have at it!
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    heres what i got...i got rid of the guy and added a texture to the sky to take emphasis off the trees and give it a mean feeling


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    Here's something a little different but I had to at least try... This was a challege thanks for the picture... It's probably not what you were looking for but oh well... It was fun nun the less...

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    Lol

    Nice one BoblyBill - I like it!
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    Thanks... it was a lot of fun doing it... I spent hours on it (basically cause I don't know how use the program fluently yet).
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    Here's my effort:



    The background is still far from perfect - it's not quite as bumpy, but there's still a bit of repeated pattern in it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by j_mcquillen
    Here's my effort:



    The background is still far from perfect - it's not quite as bumpy, but there's still a bit of repeated pattern in it.
    It's hard when there is not a lot to work with... That's why I went ahead and used two of my pictures. Good job though...
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