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MshkttcK
07-19-2004, 05:41 PM
Here is my best chop so far. PLEASE give constructive crit.


origional;
http://img8.exs.cx/img8/1846/toyota3.jpg
chop;
http://img8.exs.cx/img8/6043/099toyota_avensis_2002_01_b.jpg
2nd chop;
http://img8.exs.cx/img8/1517/rallyaudi2.jpg

loserasswipe
07-19-2004, 05:48 PM
special

MshkttcK
07-19-2004, 06:20 PM
Originally posted by civikid@Jul 19 2004, 04:48 PM
special
uhh... what is that supposed to mean??

nitrospeed
07-19-2004, 06:37 PM
haha thats so funny....are you serious or is that a joke

suzq044
07-19-2004, 06:46 PM
its not bad.. but it looks kinda wierd the way u did the 2door 'version... its also kinda blurry where the lights are, and over the top of the door where u took out that window seam.. i work in 2 layers.. before i do the blurring over lines u need to keep clean, i make a new layer w/ the progress i've already done- then that way i can erase & have a clean line instead of a blurry mess.. and if u need to, zoom in &/or use a smaller brush up there by the top of the window.

-susan

misterphotoshop
07-19-2004, 06:47 PM
u got a lil too smudge happy.. how about posting a normal lighting one?

Dasru
07-19-2004, 06:50 PM
thats one big door....are the people in the back tin cans or something?&#33; <_<

MshkttcK
07-19-2004, 08:24 PM
Originally posted by nitrospeed@Jul 19 2004, 05:37 PM
haha thats so funny....are you serious or is that a joke
I&#39;m serious.

brian_is_metal
07-19-2004, 09:33 PM
It&#39;s pretty blurry, but not horrible. I did some really bad chops when I 1st started. This is by no means utter crap. Just has a vast amount of room for improvement.

Advice:

- When chopping to 2 door, shorten the length of the car a bit so the door isn&#39;t 5 feet long.

- Be careful with the smudge tool and blurring. It really shows.

- When redrawing lines, zoom in hella close and poly lasso around the outer edge of the lines. Make a copy, then darken it with the Brightness/Contrast function.

- Last but not least...take your time&#33; If it takes you 2 weeks to finish it, it&#39;ll be worth it. I started the contest chop the day they posted it. I&#39;ve worked on it almost everyday. I&#39;m not done with it yet. I&#39;ll be working on it until the deadline probably. Now, there are choppers out there that can whip out a flawless chop in a matter of hours. I can do somewhat alright, but not heavy on mods. I&#39;m nowhere near an expert chopper, but I feel I&#39;m getting better and better with practice. Practice comes with patience. You&#39;ll thank me later ;)

Keep turning em out. Hope I was helpful for you&#33;

PS: If it&#39;s cool, I&#39;m going to try my hand on this car as well. I&#39;ll post what I come up with.

ill logik
07-19-2004, 09:36 PM
Originally posted by brian_is_metal@Jul 19 2004, 08:33 PM


- Last but not least...take your time&#33; If it takes you 2 weeks to finish it, it&#39;ll be worth it. I started the contest chop the day they posted it. I&#39;ve worked on it almost everyday. I&#39;m not done with it yet. I&#39;ll be working on it until the deadline probably. Now, there are choppers out there that can whip out a flawless chop in a matter of hours. I can do somewhat alright, but not heavy on mods. I&#39;m nowhere near an expert chopper, but I feel I&#39;m getting better and better with practice. Practice comes with patience. You&#39;ll thank me later ;)

some of the best advice i&#39;ve heard in a while

MshkttcK
07-19-2004, 10:31 PM
Originally posted by brian_is_metal@Jul 19 2004, 08:33 PM
It&#39;s pretty blurry, but not horrible. I did some really bad chops when I 1st started. This is by no means utter crap. Just has a vast amount of room for improvement.

Advice:

- When chopping to 2 door, shorten the length of the car a bit so the door isn&#39;t 5 feet long.

- Be careful with the smudge tool and blurring. It really shows.

- When redrawing lines, zoom in hella close and poly lasso around the outer edge of the lines. Make a copy, then darken it with the Brightness/Contrast function.

- Last but not least...take your time&#33; If it takes you 2 weeks to finish it, it&#39;ll be worth it. I started the contest chop the day they posted it. I&#39;ve worked on it almost everyday. I&#39;m not done with it yet. I&#39;ll be working on it until the deadline probably. Now, there are choppers out there that can whip out a flawless chop in a matter of hours. I can do somewhat alright, but not heavy on mods. I&#39;m nowhere near an expert chopper, but I feel I&#39;m getting better and better with practice. Practice comes with patience. You&#39;ll thank me later ;)

Keep turning em out. Hope I was helpful for you&#33;

PS: If it&#39;s cool, I&#39;m going to try my hand on this car as well. I&#39;ll post what I come up with.
Thanks for the advice.

brasher
07-19-2004, 11:10 PM
yeah, take brians advice, sometimes a chop can take up to a month, what you should do is take at least 2 days.... that way, when you come back to it you can see the areas that need improvemnent more easily.