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KarDanCreations
10-11-2014, 03:24 PM
This is an unfinished c/p edit that I did of a Bentley-S into a 2-seater with inspiration of further editing it similar to a "Legends" class race car. Original 4dr image and race car example are inserted in the first image.

However, the further modifications were not coming out like I wanted at this point.
http://s25.postimg.org/zfzgxc027/Bentley_S_Chop_compare_1.jpg

So I decided to try using this image as my second attempt at digitally painting the car body. This is with the beginnings of marking out the body contours. It will later be placed in a different background with relative highlight/shadows to fit the scene. Further body modifications will likely be adjusted as I progress on this.
http://s25.postimg.org/flih8br67/Bentley_S_sample_3.jpg

Thanks for looking! :)
C&C welcomed.

Martin-Andre
10-11-2014, 03:32 PM
Looks like you got some work cut out for you.
Lines look good and smooth, looking forward to seing more of it.

KarDanCreations
10-11-2014, 03:49 PM
Looks like you got some work cut out for you.
Lines look good and smooth, looking forward to seing more of it.
Thanks, this one's going to be a good challenge that's for sure. I tend to push myself and my own limits that way in most everything I do.

*This may be so simple that I'm overlooking it... I'm not sure why the sample image is looking all splotchy around the contour lines when viewing the larger size. They aren't there in my photo editing program, so I'm trying out different host sites and their links to see which are producing best viewing results for the fine details I add into my images.

Any suggestions for full-size viewing links without these distorted splotches would be appreciated. My posted images are jpg's at 300ppi. Is there a better or preferred resolution (or size) setting for posting? Or does a different file format work better for the forums; tiff or png maybe? :noidea:

D.

Martin-Andre
10-11-2014, 10:25 PM
PNG will cut down on the color/graphic losses but saving at 12resolution on JPEG is just as good from my experience.

As far as hosting sites goes Tinypic works great for me.
No graphic losses all lines looks as crisp as in photoshop(atleast for me).
Dont know if there is any difference in being a registered user or not, but it makes it easier to organize if you are registered since you can make albums etc.

Roadkill
10-13-2014, 04:15 AM
Waiting for the finished result but lloks good so far.
I also use Tynipic for my uploads and it works well for me (and i'm not registered there)