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Feb 29, 2008 20:29 |  #1

I had posted this in Critique last week, after getting familiar with the forum this seems a much more suitable place. I hope you don't mind.

Here's a little creative PP from an older photo I found potentual in. Camera info? a few year old olympus 5mp point and shoot on auto. Now that I actually know how to use a camera I'll be attending more mud bogs this year. These guys will go nuts for stuff like this.

Enjoy

IMAGE: http://troyraymond.smugmug.com/photos/257467870_BUbMF-L.jpg

Here's the original...

IMAGE: http://troyraymond.smugmug.com/photos/257293982_FYxBo-M.jpg

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Feb 29, 2008 20:52 |  #2

Thats one crazy jeep :) Nice job though on the looks of it


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Feb 29, 2008 20:59 |  #3

WOW what a difference. Great job! If you dont sell a bunch of thoes....

Mmmm im wondering if a parts manufacturer might want your services.... That pick looks a lot like it would fit into the BFGoodrich Tire ads.


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Feb 29, 2008 22:38 |  #4

makes it look like a toy. Nice PP work.


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Feb 29, 2008 23:07 |  #5

I like the finished look - pretty bad a** looking ;)
If you can get the Jeepers & 4x4rs to go nuts for the stuff let me know how you do it. I've found Jeepers to be the cheapest folks around - generalizing of course.


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Mar 01, 2008 01:39 |  #6

fantastic
what program did you use?


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Mar 01, 2008 04:18 |  #7

very nice p&p




  
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Mar 01, 2008 05:40 |  #8

Very cool, very surreal looking.


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Mar 01, 2008 07:49 |  #9

Looks like the "Ultimate Camo" to me! :D I like it!


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Mar 01, 2008 09:29 |  #10

Rubi Jane wrote in post #5024444 (external link)
I like the finished look - pretty bad a** looking ;)
If you can get the Jeepers & 4x4rs to go nuts for the stuff let me know how you do it. I've found Jeepers to be the cheapest folks around - generalizing of course.

I'm sure they rank right up there with minitruckers!
I have had the best luck with the older hot rod crowd, both in them wanting to pay for services, and actually appreciating what you do.


That PP looks really nice by the way!




  
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Mar 01, 2008 10:25 as a reply to  @ ib2loud's post |  #11

nice jeep dude. looks like you had some serious fun that day! it's a jeep thing!


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Mar 01, 2008 11:37 |  #12

man thats awesome. i'd hang it on my wall if it was my jeep.
boggers ftw.


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Mar 01, 2008 23:12 |  #13

SnowManZ wrote in post #5024996 (external link)
fantastic
what program did you use?

Thanks for the kind comments.

The jeep is owned by a friend of mine, He's also got a monster bus. Mud bogs are pretty big in 'these parts'... ;)

I used Photoshop and Dynamic HDR. (external link)

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Mar 02, 2008 00:59 |  #14

That looks apocolyptic almost...

Nice work!!




  
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