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Old 06-12-2006, 04:32 AM   #1
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I'm not quite sure if this has been answered here and the tutorials I've tried to use arn't detailed enough.

I need to know how to do the door lines. Specifically if I make a wide body kit and have to redraw the door lines. I have ideas for it but am still unsure. Thanks
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Old 06-12-2006, 05:38 AM   #2
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ok well erm set the oppacity to very low on the line tool and make the door line if you aint appy with it try again n again till you get it right theres no real explanatiopn for it just really time and error if it helps pm the pic n ill have ago at it for you
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Old 07-20-2006, 09:26 PM   #3
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I've used the pen tool and bent it to the desired shape, then used the "stroke path" option before.. wasn't exactly perfect, but alot faster than doing it by hand
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Oh, you can stroke a pen line? Actually if you can do that and then use blends and a white drop shadow that might look pretty damn good.

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yeah you can stroke 'em.. just make your path, then go to the paths tab and right click, then select stroke path.. and whala!
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make your path with the pen tool, then set the brush to a size 2 or 3 feathered round tip, that works the best for me, than stroke it at around 40% (keep stroking until its what you want) then stroke right next to it with a size 1 feathered round brush tip at 15% over and over until you get a good highlight
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Cool Carty.. thanks!
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no prob man

you can also stroke it first with the 40% black, and then stroke over it with 40% the color of the car, that sometimes works when the door line isnt very visible
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Never use the line tool.

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Never use the line tool.

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Sorry rick, I gotta disagree with never using the line tool, I've used it since the beginning and still use it every now and then....I might be old school but I do see some places where it still can be used...
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I just use the pen tool for anything I would use the line tool for.

Photoshop is the program in the Adobe suite where the line tool is even semi-useful... which is why I've quit using it altogether
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