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ACTIVE8
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Post by ACTIVE8 » 12 Apr 2005, 23:11

Well I know these doors are off a Ford van, but I could just imagine if I had a Citroen van, and if I had this paint job on the rear end, it would ensure that other drivers would not be in such a hurry to overtake it, but I would also hope they wouldn't come too close ! [:)]
What is that, at her feet [?]

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Post by Stuart McB » 13 Apr 2005, 01:18

She wants to watch that knife..... might cut herself.

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Post by ACTIVE8 » 13 Apr 2005, 16:56

Is that a pony at her feet ?
Yes, she does have a large sword !

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Post by ACTIVE8 » 13 Apr 2005, 17:46

Well here's a horse !

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The thing/animal at her feet has an equine appearance to it !

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Post by bxbodger » 14 Apr 2005, 19:20

Thatsa dying art! These days customising seems to consist of bodystyling kits, which are all well and good, but the art of airbrushing seems to be not so popular now, with modders relying on either flip paint, which looks good but is a bit limited in its creativity, or they apply transfers, which are always going to look a bit tacky and lack individuality.
To see a real wizard of the airbrush at work, watch 'overhaulin' on discovery H&L-he did some flames a week or so ago which were the best I have ever seen.