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Re: Can anyone photoshop these alloys on please??
« Reply #15 on: August 22, 2010, 04:50:26 pm »
your just showing off now!


Is that in jest, or an attack on me?

I'd say if ya got flaunt it  ;)
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    Re: Can anyone photoshop these alloys on please??
    « Reply #16 on: August 22, 2010, 04:52:47 pm »
    I really like the FX2 RED BLK ones.  Any chance of seeing them Photoshopped onto a plain black A500?  I think we should start a thread on basic Photoshop how to's, or is this more advanced?

    Excellent work  :thumb:


    Thank you.

    Here's A500 with the Fox FX2 red/black alloys (complete with scorpion logo in red of course!)



    Cheers for that.  I take it you changed the colour of the Campavolo Grey stock Abart pic.  It looks really high contrast and I assume that's how you got it to be black..  Im now wondering what it looks like with the all black with thinner red stripes on.  I'm going to have to invest in Elements I think, and buy a book ; )
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    Re: Can anyone photoshop these alloys on please??
    « Reply #17 on: August 22, 2010, 05:08:28 pm »
    I really like the FX2 RED BLK ones.  Any chance of seeing them Photoshopped onto a plain black A500?  I think we should start a thread on basic Photoshop how to's, or is this more advanced?

    Excellent work  :thumb:


    Thank you.

    Here's A500 with the Fox FX2 red/black alloys (complete with scorpion logo in red of course!)





    That looks really good  :thumb: how much is elements 9?
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    Re: Can anyone photoshop these alloys on please??
    « Reply #18 on: August 22, 2010, 05:15:49 pm »

    your just showing off now!


    Is that in jest, or an attack on me?


    im just jealous that i can hardly even work the internet!

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    Re: Can anyone photoshop these alloys on please??
    « Reply #19 on: August 22, 2010, 05:26:00 pm »
    That looks really good  :thumb: how much is elements 9?


    I made an typing error earlier, it was Elements 7 and not 9. It has since then been supersceded by Elements 8 and you can find a good selection on Amazon in the software section. They are offering Elements 8 for £27. :o  I paid over £70 for it last year!!  >:(

    Like riding a bike for the first time or learning to drive, you tend to pick up as you go along. I was totally hopeless at first, and almost packed in!!

    But yes, something to do with Photoshop on Abarthisti would be a terrific idea.  :thumb:
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    Re: Can anyone photoshop these alloys on please??
    « Reply #20 on: August 22, 2010, 05:33:54 pm »

    your just showing off now!

    Is that in jest, or an attack on me?

    im just jealous that i can hardly even work the internet!


    Fair enough, but it took a long time to learn. I find the internet very useful but I don't even look at Facebook at all times.

    I note from your profile that you're 22 years old. I assumed you were clever on the internet!

    I have a disablility which do hold me back in general life. I fail in some areas and succeed in some areas.
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    Re: Can anyone photoshop these alloys on please??
    « Reply #21 on: August 22, 2010, 06:05:33 pm »



    I note from your profile that you're 22 years old. I assumed you were clever on the internet!

    that only means i can use facebook.. i wouldnt know where to start with photoshopping like you did with the wheels!. did a really good job!

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    Re: Can anyone photoshop these alloys on please??
    « Reply #22 on: August 22, 2010, 07:12:55 pm »
    I really like the FX2 RED BLK ones.  Any chance of seeing them Photoshopped onto a plain black A500?  I think we should start a thread on basic Photoshop how to's, or is this more advanced?

    Excellent work  :thumb:

    Thank you.

    Here's A500 with the Fox FX2 red/black alloys (complete with scorpion logo in red of course!)


    Cheers for that.  I take it you changed the colour of the Campavolo Grey stock Abart pic.  It looks really high contrast and I assume that's how you got it to be black..  Im now wondering what it looks like with the all black with thinner red stripes on.  I'm going to have to invest in Elements I think, and buy a book ; )


    Google images is your friend, I just typed in 'black A500'.....copyright belongs to the donor and not me. It used to be funk white.

    I managed to dig out some decent pictures from my visits to Research Garage and here's two pictures of said car with both black alloys with a) thick edging b) thin edging.

    Real time pictures are always better than indoors publicity shots.



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