Discussion in 'Showroom' started by WarMaKin, Jan 20, 2016.
And happy 2017 for everyone!!!!
The 2nd pack of my 2000 carset are released.
Here are the 50 cars that were presented, with some corrections. Also has an update of the first pack in .tga file.
Thanks all for the help and I hope you enjoy it.
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Just a heads up @WarMaKin, but you're using the incorrect 'Aeroquip' logo on your most recent cars. The 2000 logo had a red outline around the base of the decal, plus it had the text "Hose & Fittings" under it on a hose connected to a metal pipe. I've sent you a PM with a copy of the decal I used on my #5 car for my 9/11 set so you can correct the cars you used the decal on.
Also, on the last page, the #20 "Winston" car, you have the wrong EA logo on it. Might want to correct that.
And three other minor mistakes I saw were on the #93.
1. The 'white' outline you have on the car number needs to be tweaked some. If you compare it to the picture of the car you posted above it, you're having a problem where the white follows the curve in the '9', giving a small indent of the 'blue' color between the 9 & 3. If you want it to look better, you need to get that indent added back instead of having that area solid white.
2. You have the incorrect associate sponsor between the BOSCH & VDO decals in front of the rear wheels. That should be the "Lincoln Welders" decal per the picture you posted.
3. It looks like you're using 'Brush Script' for Dave Blaney's signature, which is incorrect. That's a real signature of his they used on the car. So, I would recommend correcting that. If I'm incorrect about what you're using and you already have the correct signature there, just ignore this error, as it's hard to be sure on your picture of the car.
Otherwise, great job on the cars.
A birthday present for me, great work on these cars!
Thank you so much for your time and effort @WarMaKin !!
Good job m8!!! Can you re-upload all the cars as uncompressed .tga?
Hi... Thanks a lot. I'm glad they're enjoying the cars.
I'm already working on the third pack. But I need help at one point if possible.
Does anyone know how I can do the Chromaflair effect in Photoshop (or Gimp)?
In the next pack, I'll put the updates in TGA.
Airbrush tool and a lot of patience....here's an example I did in 2014....
As @MDLDesigns said, a lot of airbrush and a lot of patience is what you need. Especially the patience part.
Using the blur tool would probably help as well to transition from one color to the next.
This effect is for any car in special?
Oh thanks!!!! i usually use only uncompressed cars on my sets... in general, compressing paints kills 70% of the work on the colors and design of the cars.
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