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Old 12-01-2009, 01:14 PM
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Need a photoshop done ASAP please!!!

Ok, so I sold my wheels on my truck, I'm going to pick up my new ones this week, but want to go ahead and get some ideas first. My truck is blue with a tan bottom, my neighbor is going to paint the tan bottom black, to match the new black rockstars I'm putting on it.

What I want, is a photoshop of my truck with it's current color (blue/tan) on the black wheels, and a photoshop of my truck it's current blue, but with all the tan changed to black, with the black wheels. I'd really appreciate it, because it could save me some money on a paintjob if just the blue/black looks good.


Here's a few pics of my truck, hopefully one will work:




Here's a pic of a friends truck with the exact wheels/tires I'm got, from the same side view to hopefully make it a little easier:

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Old 12-01-2009, 01:22 PM
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I think it would look pretty cool. I want to do the line X on mine.
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Old 12-02-2009, 07:53 AM
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I think it would look pretty cool. I want to do the line X on mine.
I do too, because it's flat black to match the wheels, but I hear it's permanant.
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Old 12-02-2009, 10:11 AM
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Ok guys, this is THE WORST PAINT SHOP EDIT IN THE ENTIRE UNIVERSE!!!!! But, it shows a general idea of what the truck would look like on black rockstars, with the bottom half done in black, and I think it would look GREAT. Especially with a color matched front grille, harley headlights, and painted bumpers. I just absolutely suck at MS paint, and don't even have an idea of how to use photoshop (don't have the patience), so here ya go. Get ready to laugh your *** off

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Old 12-02-2009, 10:23 AM
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that will be sick!
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Old 12-02-2009, 10:32 AM
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Got my 38x15.50x20 toyo mt's today, used but CHEAPPPPPPP, my wheels were ordered brand new from my buddy will who owns twisted metal fabrication here in FL, they'll be here tomorrow, he really hooked me up. So far in this setup, I'll have $1300 for some BRAND NEW in boxes 20x12 rockstars and 60% tread 38" toyos mounted/balanced on said rockstars, a twisted metal t-shirt, and 2 window decals (I'll rock a sticker for a hell of a deal like that. haha)
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Old 12-02-2009, 03:17 PM
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ya will def look good!

Jason- You did it the hard way! lol did you use paint?
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Old 12-03-2009, 12:54 AM
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ya will def look good!

Jason- You did it the hard way! lol did you use paint?

Yeah, that was paint, this is photoshop.

Original tan bottom, not too bad, black bottom is very nice, and the silver doesnt look bad either.



the black/blue looks really cool. With some black steps, black road armour bumpers, smoked tails/mirror lenses, and black harley lights it will look GREAT.
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Old 12-03-2009, 04:12 AM
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I think it looks awesome Blue/Black.
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Old 12-03-2009, 09:48 AM
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I think it looks awesome Blue/Black.
Me too, I'm def. going for that. one question would be, what color for the front grille?? I know I want some kinda black aftermarket bumpers, black harley headlights, smoked tails/3rd brakelight/mirror lenses, black 6" exhaust tip, and black n-fab steps, but as for the grille, it will be the only chrome on the truck and I don't want anymore chrome so do I do it wedgewood blue to match the body, or black? don't think the black grille would look that hot.

Another thing I thought about, is insted of spending an arm and a leg on aftermarket bumpers, to get XL bumpers, paint rear black, and do the front 2 tons with the top blue, bottom black, and a blue grille? Sound like it would look good?
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