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Photoshop request

Discussion in 'Photoshop' started by cam101, Mar 14, 2020.

  1. cam101

    cam101 Junior Member Military

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    I am hoping someone could photoshop these wheels on my truck.
    Thanks in advance

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    I'll put em on there for you, I'm working on my shop at the moment, somebody may come along and get to ya first, but if not I'll get it back to you in a couple hours ish.

    Same diameter on new wheel as stock wheels? And and same lift as your truck currently has, ya? And tires will be the same rubber that is already on the new wheels, ya?

    I think that should be all the info that matters much.

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    Wheel size would be 22" and lower if possible. 2 in the front and 4 in the rear. Thank you
     
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    Dude I totally forgot with all this drama going down. I'll do it today, Sunday,
    Apologies

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    Your good man no worries
     
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    :Damn dude, sorry to lag. first I lagged then it was hard. I tried to hurry, its a shabby job at best. don't focus on the wheels the perspective was off and it f the center area, well the whole of it, ha. Any way, the work doesnt justify the wheels in any way, they will look bad ass.
    Here's what this can offer is sit back away from the image and see the entire truck and its new look. I estimated the 22", and teh 2/4. if you look close above the new look image I left a halo where the truck sat before I dropped it. that halo is for reference only, I strongly encourage not to look at anything else up close.
    I like to put images of renderings up on my screen, no display off or screen saver - so the image stays up, then I go distract myself and forget about it, eventually my eyes will come across the image and I am at distance and see the entire mockup, and bam I have my very first impression. It works really well for me. Any way, hope this helps, any suggestions or things that are just distacting let me know and I will see what I can do,
    again sorry about the lag. Peace out

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    I appreciate the rendering. At least now i know what my truck would have looked like if those wheels would have fit. I understand about the process of editing and shadow effects. Thank you again!!
     
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    The wheels didn't fit your truck huh? No wonder it was hard for me to get them on there! Lol
    Actually that's a bummer, very unique and classy look. Any way, when you find another set gimme a shout.
    What's the make on the wheels that didn't fit?

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    Looking at it again it looks as though I may have needed to drop the back a little more, 2/4 would probably remove all the rake, yeah?? And it looks like I didn't quite get level. Darn it sorry. I have a tendency to drop em too low and I must have hesitated,

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