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Old 12-03-2011, 08:26 AM   #1
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Default Wheels request

Hi all, new to the forum.

I was hoping someone may be able to show me how my car would look with some different wheels and a few other suttle changes.

Iv had a play trying to edit the pictures myself but just cant seem to get it right.

So heres the list of bits I want changing:

Wheels (I have a few different types in mind and pictured below)
Height, standard and lowered perhaps 20/30mm
Bump strips on either side of front bumper and rear bumper colour coded to car
Rear 'spoiler' colour coded
Lower front grille part in black

I think thats all for now really, if someone could possible do this it would be brilliant as Im really stuck, mainly as for what wheels to choose.

So here I have a few pictures of my car, from various angles for whichever may be easier to edit. I have also included some pictures of the wheels (focus rs and st alloys) both in black and silver. However I think it may be easier/more realistic to take the wheels from another car other than plain rims. Do feel free to choose other wheels if you beleive they will look better and any other suttle mods you may think of.

Heres the pictures:



















Or you may find it easier to take the wheels from these perhaps?





Many thanks in advance
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Old 12-03-2011, 08:14 PM   #2
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Do you have photoshop by any chance? Or any editing program?
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Old 12-04-2011, 05:35 AM   #3
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I have something called 'Jasc paintshop pro 9' Is this any good?

I can get as far as getting the new wheel in the same picture and in the correct place but cant re-size it atall or change its angle... Is there a function within the program for this or should I be looking at getting a different program?

I dont want to spend money on a top notch program thats going to only be used for the odd car projects over the years though...
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There are ways to get decent programs that will work for free, even downloading free trials too
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