|11-14-2007 09:53 AM|
As for the two Bros in Ohio...their girlfriends sunk their claws in them before graduating High school. They marry 'em young there! Got to have regular doses of sunlight and warm weather. If I want to see snow...just drive an hour up to the mountains and only 20 minutes to the beach or an hour and a half to to the desert. Never a dull moment in So. Cal.!
|11-13-2007 07:55 PM|
Sorry for so long getting back to you. I could not get on the site this morning and only had a few minutes at lunch today. It looks great, but now that I see it in black, I don't know if I like the black. I guess it kind of overpowers the orange, or moreso than I thought it would. The funny thing is, I was talking to the wife about black the other day, but after seeing it, I don't know. I'll have to get her opinion. But it does make it nice to see what it would look like before I spend the time to shoot it and not be happy. I have a hard time envisioning how some things turn out.
On another note, how did three brother from Cali end up in Ohio? with the crap weather we have around here I think it would be going from Ohio to Cali. LOL!!!
|11-11-2007 08:17 PM|
Here's a quickie for you. Glad you provided a nice, large clear photo!
Here it is. Took about 20 minutes. If you want anything that pops more or a little more designing to it...let me know. I noticed that you are in Ohio. I lived there for five years when I was a teen..from 76-81. Had to come back to So. Cal where I am from. I have two younger brothers that live in Ohio...outside of Jacksontown...east of Columbus. One is a State Trooper the other works for Hewlett-Packard.
|11-11-2007 04:47 AM|
Need a photochop
DVierstra or any other....I have to touch up the lower door on my driver side and was thinking I would like to maybe change the looks to go with a two-tone and leave the top color as is with some kind of graphic t break the two. Can someone give me some ideas? Sorry I don't have anything to offer back to compensate for the hard work you all do. Other than to pat you on the back for a job well done. TIA.