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    Originally posted by diablo_1
    Can some1 follow these instructions and upload photoshop for me. The people who have photoshop must 1st go and upload the whole photoshop software on a website like www.filefront.com or www.megaupload.com and then post the link here on SCF so the people who dont have photoshop can have it....smart or what
    Not very smart. That's illegal and will probably get you banned from the forums.

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    can somone tell me where to find a tutorial on brushing a kits or make 1?

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    Originally posted by cheeksross
    can somone tell me where to find a tutorial on brushing a kits or make 1?

    Did you even read the thread? there is one in here. http://forums.beyond.ca/showthread.p...threadid=59222

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    sorry have read it but my computer is messed up, i keep getting messages that stop what i am doing and close everything, so i just posted what i needed and was waiting to see if anyone could tell me?

    i cant get all the page loaded is what i mean sorry, anyway thanks im waiting til i have stopped the messages and then i will find it

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    Thread has been updated. I bolded all the titles for the tutorials so they are easier to find.

    Thanks again to all of those who have posted up tutorials for others to use!!
    They are a big help for all the pshop noobs!

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    nice tuts.
    anyone got one for making quality reflections?

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    can someone make a tut on how to hold the mouse steady so I can can actualy use my Lasoo right haha
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    zoom in, ctrl and +

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    Default Re: kit tutorial

    Originally posted by foto_choppa
    How To Add A Body Kit

    ok, as by request by Kobe here is a tut to fit a front kit easily.

    this tutorial was made for adobe photoshop 7.0 By foto_choppa.

    feel free to post this on other forums provide youask me first, and give me the credit i deserve.

    click pictures to enlarge.

    step #1
    here, lets start with this nice stock teg.



    step #2
    select the whole car, then layer via copy, then desaturate.



    step #3
    now select a portion of the desaturated layer, layer via copy that too.


    step #4
    now select a continuing shape of the section you just copied that will continue to be the shape....yea



    step #5
    now smudge the front down to hide all the holes in the front like so...


    step #6
    now find a good doner front end, i chose a porche-fugly but it will show how to do it.



    step #7
    slap it on, make it roughly the right size.



    step #8
    now erase the parts of the kit which are not important using a soft brush.



    step #9
    now since there is no colour, all you need to do is change the brightness-EASY!



    step #10
    image>adjustments>hue saturation or just hit ctrl+u! click the colourise tab, choose ur colour and YOU'RE DONE!-course it will be neater than mine, and less fugly lol



    HOPE IT WERX 4 YA!
    i was wondering, how do you lasso around all of that without stopping the click of the mouse? im new to this, but i cant figure out how to go all the around the car and windows...anyone know what im talking about?

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    with some tools, alt, shift, and ctrl make the tool do something different than it normally does

    with the lasso, if you outline a body and dont want the windows to be included, pressing alt(maybe shift, not sure, just try it) will cause a minus some to come up next to the lasso pointer, if you were to now outline the window within the outline of the body, the window would become NOT part of the body, fool around with it abit
    the opposite button would cause a plus sign to come up, now if you select something outside the current selection it will become part of the current selection

    i suggest just using tools in different ways and trying different buttons, practice really makes perfect here

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    nice work on the tuts but icant seem to manage makin the pattern i cant get default colours to come up wen hittin D im runnin CS2 will the button be different??? thx

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