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I like big lips!

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Hahaaha nah i'm not pixel god lol... That guy does some crazy stuff eh...

And yeah. I made all 4 wheels a bit wider... Rear ones quite a bit wider
Thanks for the compliments Jani
 

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QUOTE (Hammer @ May 24 2007, 10:40 AM) index.php?act=findpost&pid=148985
I like big lips!

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I spy a mazda protege. fun car... just way to slow with a 1.6l n/a, on the bright side the stock internals are known to hit 25+psi without a problem... and there are a few 500+hp daily driver proteges out there...
 

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LOL, gf was looking for a car to travel back and forth to school with... Dad had this used one on the lot in great shape for a good price so she picked it up... lol
 

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Yeah. Very easy actually (well, after using it for so long lol...)
But honestly, not much work involved in this one...
I'll post up one of the progress pics...

Basically remove anything that isn't part of the lip... paste the same lip over itself so it matches well... repeat... (make sure transparency is on...) paste the lip over the rim where it looks right.... lol

 

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QUOTE (unarmed @ May 25 2007, 03:50 PM) index.php?act=findpost&pid=149104
I spy a mazda protege. fun car... just way to slow with a 1.6l n/a, on the bright side the stock internals are known to hit 25+psi without a problem... and there are a few 500+hp daily driver proteges out there...[/B]
Actually, that Protege is a 2.0... doesn't work all that bad to be honest... Obviously not super fast either :p
 

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I still dont get how you do that! how do you cut out the wheel from the picture so cleanly? what tool do you use?
 

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I use the ellipse tool in MS Paint... I just choose white and fill in the spaces that aren't part of the lip lol
 
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