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Old 04-12-2003, 01:51 AM   #1
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Tutorial: Lowering a car

we are going to start of with a picture of this LANCER.
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using the polygonall lasso tool, we are going to select the lower edge of the body and continue to go outside your working space and select everything from the bottom up the car and up.
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Then, copy the selection you just made, and paste it. This will create a new layer.
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Switch to the move tool like indicated...if there is a duplicate image at the top...use the crop tool and select what you would like to eliminate...then press enter, and that part of the picture will be deleted.

Then all that's left is to use your arrow keys and move the new layer you just made downwards. You can also use your mouse and drag the layer of course.
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Old 05-27-2003, 02:38 AM   #4
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I'm confused bout the last step
i understand the new layer part but the rest im TOTALLY lost.
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you have the thing copied right? so just paste it and a new layer comes there...then just select the move tool and use the down arrow key to move it...
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you have the thing copied right? so just paste it and a new layer comes there...then just select the move tool and use the down arrow key to move it...
i'm still confused.....
what do i move around?
the car?
wat if there are like empty spaces or w.e
i'm TOTALLY lost now!
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you have msn ?
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ah!!
i think i understand it now!
i think
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Old 06-05-2003, 03:26 AM   #9
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I confused myself a little
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I get it now a little better!
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DO I only need Adobe Photoshop to do this?
If I have paint shop would that work?
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yes it will work. you can even do a nice one with microsoft paint.
its the basic, select the top part of the car including all kind of crap on top of the car > copy and past > bring it down as much as you want
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Old 06-18-2007, 01:08 PM   #12
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Damn man im sooo confused lol, Im not really a computer guy to do this type of work lol, But i would like to see my car lowered cause that is one of my plans lol
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post a pic in a similar angle to the one posted above. i'd do it for ya
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