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 Post subject: Car Painting.
PostPosted: Fri Dec 08, 2006 6:58 pm 
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Need to have a go at painting the new cars for lites.
I have PSP9 (no instructions)...can anyone point me to a tutorial.

or even some of you good painters out there could type up a wee thing on here.

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PostPosted: Fri Dec 08, 2006 7:48 pm 
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This one is great, found it yesterday: http://www.good-tutorials.com/tutorials ... hop/basics .

But if no one can, I've painted some cars. But I'm not good at making the base schemes. I usually just find pictures or logos that I'm looking for and paste them on, and I've downloaded som number sets.

Just let me know if you need any help :D

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Sorry, my mistake, that was for Photo Shop. Just do a google search: tutorials PSP. Or you could try this: http://www.refdev.com/tutorials/Paintshop/

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http://jimmykspaintshop.keyconn.net/#
you can probably get a lot of help from the PSP8 tutorial, think they're pretty similar.
It's possible the PSP7 tutorial explains what layers are a bit better so starting out by reading through that could be useful too :)

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I've had a go but just can't get cars painted. Its really frustrating.

Is anyone able to hve a go at doing a paint scheme for the Team Shark lites?

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I would say yes but unfortunatly i am already doing 90% the teams cars/trucks so i have zero free time just now.

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Hmm.. car painting.

If their is one thing more tedious then watching bloody football its car painting,i know their are artistic people who can come up with some amazing designs (i have seen quite afew on this site) but i arent one of them.Dont get me wrong i really like racing but i find car painting about as exciting as a Bon Jovi concert. :roll:

So three questions..

1 Do you really need to design your own car to race here.?
2 Cant you use the default car the comes with N2003 with maybe a different number change.?
3 Is their a standard template that i could use that requires the minimal of alteration.?

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Revracing wrote:
1 Do you really need to design your own car to race here.?
2 Cant you use the default car the comes with N2003 with maybe a different number change.?
3 Is their a standard template that i could use that requires the minimal of alteration.?

1.) No
2.) thats why we paint cars...but u can find a lot cars bases on some pages, use www.ncracer.com as base, search from there. Masgrapxs does nice base designs!
3.) see also 2

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Thanks for your help.

I will check out the sites you mention.

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MichaelZ wrote:
Masgrapxs does nice base designs!

MasGrafx (Left hand side under the 'Paint Shop' section) :wink:

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