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Old 01-12-2009, 06:55 PM
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Help with photoshop

So I had started a thread about what rims would look best on my truck and I really cant decide so I was wondering if someone wouldnt mind photoshopping a couple of them on for me, here are the pics, thanks a lot guys!







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Sorry Matt, I don't have photoshop, but those angled wheels are gonna look really funny photoshopped onto your truck.
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Sorry Matt, I don't have photoshop, but those angled wheels are gonna look really funny photoshopped onto your truck.
haha yeah thats why I tried to put up an angled shot of my truck that might work, if not looks like Ill have to try and find some straight pics of those wheels
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Yeah, I kinda figured that out after I posted my smartalec post. But the angles might not be quite right and still might look kinda funny. Waiting to see the results from someone who has photoshop. Hope it helps you with your decision.
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Yeah, I kinda figured that out after I posted my smartalec post. But the angles might not be quite right and still might look kinda funny. Waiting to see the results from someone who has photoshop. Hope it helps you with your decision.
haha yeah I hope it will help cuase this is a tough decision, i dont plan on getting rims again so I want to get the perfect ones, hopefully the angle is close enough. lol
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anyone???????
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I'm off to bed tomorrow, but I'll give it a shot tomorrow! I do graphic designs for companies and have gotten pretty decent with photoshop. =D If you could get flat images of the rims instead of angled it'd be easier but I can probably still make em work if you can't!
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I'm off to bed tomorrow, but I'll give it a shot tomorrow! I do graphic designs for companies and have gotten pretty decent with photoshop. =D If you could get flat images of the rims instead of angled it'd be easier but I can probably still make em work if you can't!
Thank You I appreciate it! Ill see if I can find some flat pics of those rims too!
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i'll give it a shot this evening as well
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