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    ArtRiX
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    Here’s the original picture, the Buick Avenir concept:

    And here are the entries…

    ArtRiX

    ALUX

    Buick Avenir black

    Which was best and why? Decide in the poll and explain in the comments. May the best chopper win!

    Voting: Chop This Car 94

    • ALUX (67%, 4 Votes)
    • ArtRix (33%, 2 Votes)

    Total Voters: 6

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    #13921

    MustangGuy
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    alux. I would have leaned more towards artrix if everything wasn’t darkened.

    • This reply was modified 3 years, 5 months ago by  MustangGuy.
    #14206

    lengnert
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    Tough call, but I like the nod to the Bentley. Good job, though, too Art!

    #14236

    kamikazeKID
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    Art.

    Can never go wrong with the sinister look.

    #14343

    GoBucksBeatBlue
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    ArtRIX, remember when repainting a light colored car black you still have to keep a lot of the super bright highlights on the car, can’t darken those too much! Because of the how shiny and reflective cars are, there are always going to be bright highlights even on a black car.

    Just something to keep in mind in the future!   :sunglasses:

     

    Even if your going for a matte black look, there will still be very bright highlight areas. They just won’t be as “sharp” per say.

    Keep up the good work!

    #14904

    ArtRiX
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    Thanks GoBucksBeatBlue, I’m not that good with photoshop to be honest. I used to do my chops with MS Paint… an won several times :laugh: The only reason I even tried learning photoshop, was because of the layers. You can’t change colors in MS Paint.  :smoking:

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