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06-02-2005 09:30 PM
WakBordr7387
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Originally Posted by RCastle
Leave me out of it bud. I will hunt you down and pull yourhair out from the roots.J/K,put me in the General Lee with a cold one in my hand.
I would have but the only picture I could find was in that one in the "who are behind our screenames" thread. You were turned to the side and I didnt think it would look as funny as the ones that are in it!


Brad
06-02-2005 09:20 PM
1Fast65Elky lol i photoshopped general lee last week when crazygutgut posted Find The Flaw Thread...But i didnt tell anyone....they would beat me up and burn my clothes. here goes.....you still want to be in it Ron?

--too bad you hide in all the pic in your photo album. i thought i seen one before.....guess im seeing things again heheh.
06-02-2005 05:59 PM
RCastle Leave me out of it bud. I will hunt you down and pull yourhair out from the roots.J/K,put me in the General Lee with a cold one in my hand.
06-02-2005 03:15 PM
WakBordr7387 Hey don't forget chevelle and killer are in it to!
I never thought of doing one with micheal jackson, I originally did it to get back at elky in the badd freekin day thread and I included everyone else in it to.
Oh yeah matt, you kinda look like steve-o from Wild boyz in that picture!


Brad
06-02-2005 02:56 PM
ChevelleSS_LS6
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Originally Posted by WakBordr7387
Heres an example what you can do with those photoshop programs, you can make fun of people you know!



Brad
do one with michael jackson!
06-02-2005 02:56 PM
ChevelleSS_LS6
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Originally Posted by WakBordr7387
I got paint shop pro 9, Its what Docvette recommended in the never ending bad freekin day thread. I got it free from Download.com. Ive already done a few pictures, I even got one sent in for a new avatar. I hope it looks good when it gets put back into shape.


Brad
I should download that, right now I use ancient MS paint, that's been around since windoze 3.1 was the new hot thing. Why they put it on my XP compy, I do not know but it's useful sometimes.
06-02-2005 02:46 PM
Nightfire Wow, 4jaw, ghetto, bullheimer, elky LOL the full package.




Mike
06-02-2005 02:25 PM
WakBordr7387 Heres an example what you can do with those photoshop programs, you can make fun of people you know!


Ok Ill start running now


Brad
05-31-2005 06:58 AM
Nightfire Thanks to everybody, strikingthematch sent me a pm with some free stuff just have to download it. We'll see which route I go. Thanks grouch I might go for one of them.




Mike
05-30-2005 09:05 PM
grouch I use Gimp ( http://gimp.org ) and mogrify ( http://imagemagick.org ), Both Gimp and ImageMagick are completely free, right down to the source code. A variation of Gimp called Film-gimp was used by Sony in several motion pictures.

There is a fine tutorial for Gimp at http://tuxgraphics.org/graphics/ and even though the tutorial is aimed at Linux users, Gimp works the same in Windows.

If you need 3D rendering, try Blender ( http://www.blender3d.org ). If you want to compete with Pixar, better get a render farm and Cinelerra ( http://www.heroinewarrior.com ), because Pixar has been using Linux a long time.

If you don't want to go to the bother of installing any of those, grab a Knoppix CD ( http://www.knoppix.net ), pop it in, boot, run the software from the CD. It will be a little slower running off the CD, but it's fast enough. Ubuntu also has a "live CD" version and will send it to you without even charging postage ( http://www.ubuntulinux.org ). So what if they have a funky name and logo? The software works.

Since hotrodders.com uses php, it could do resizing on the fly but -somebody- would likely need to donate a few extra servers to handle that kind of load. (Imagine piles of hi-res photos being resized while everybody's searching and posting and journalling).
05-29-2005 10:48 PM
willys36@aol.com Been using Paint Shop Pro for years. Great value and does a lot.
05-29-2005 04:44 PM
Hippie Microsoft PictureIt 2000, it's not Photoshop but considering I paid $19.95 for it it's pretty decent for my needs. Unfortuantely they have discontinued it and don't seem to have come up with a replacement.
05-29-2005 01:36 AM
rlackey Yep, Adobe Creative Suite, but it does cost $$$ and isn't worth it unless it is a tool for you that you really want to take the time to learn and is going to put money back into your pocket. Does anyone know if you can buy Photoshop CS on its own without buying the whole bundle?

Along with perhaps Macromedia Studio MX (another overpriced bundle of creative goodies) it's the workhorse of graphic designers, web designers, you name it, and it is very good at what it does, especially when you take it to more advanced levels, but again this is mostly a professional industry tool, and the price reflects that.

You could try Corel Photopaint, I used to use it a lot along with CorelDraw, but now I use Photoshop and Freehand instead.

Or another suggestion would be to find a used older copy of Photoshop, even ver 6 (heck, even older than that) would work for what you want to do. I'll see if I have one floating around, I may have a "light" copy of Photoshop laying around that I can send you, I think it's version 6 if I remember, and it's legit too!

Come to think of it, I have CorelDraw 10 I think also that includes Photopaint, also a legit boxed copy, might even have the manuals still. I'll let you know, I'd be happy to send it on!

Could take a few weeks from South Africa though.

Rich
05-28-2005 11:19 PM
WakBordr7387 I got paint shop pro 9, Its what Docvette recommended in the never ending bad freekin day thread. I got it free from Download.com. Ive already done a few pictures, I even got one sent in for a new avatar. I hope it looks good when it gets put back into shape.


Brad
05-28-2005 10:35 PM
crazygutgut I havent gone to CS, I have PS 7 one one machine and 5 on another...not hard to learn. its matches your level. you can find uh shal we say "free" versions...

there are loads of online tutorilas namely photoshopchop.com they have all the secrets for car chopping...
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