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10-27-2006 05:36 PM
Classix_Lover
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Originally Posted by klassik100
Anyway, we are getting off the subject here, what is the youngrodders and what age group is it aimed at?

I have a 13 year old son who shows some interest in the sport.

Craig
The age group that youngrodders will be aiming for is any age someone begins turning wrenches, such as your son at 13, up to around someone who's in their mid 20s.
10-27-2006 09:49 AM
tyman00
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Originally Posted by docvette
Doc here ,

Something like this guy?

http://i4.photobucket.com/albums/y14...lackbg-url.gif

Or maybe this guy?

http://i4.photobucket.com/albums/y14...07x165-url.gif


OR This Ever popular Favorite....

http://i4.photobucket.com/albums/y14...cingbaby12.gif
http://i4.photobucket.com/albums/y14...07x165-url.gif

Free To use Graphics (for non Commerical purposes..so no problems there) and the cars are separate from the babies so you can use one without the other..and you can set the sizes with HTML (can't do that here..or I would have..)

Doc

Not the best. But I just threw it together quick.

Edit: Added another one. I personally like Klassik's artwork more, it fits better with the teen theme.

But the baby effect is still cool, no less.
10-27-2006 09:36 AM
klassik100 Anyway, we are getting off the subject here, what is the youngrodders and what age group is it aimed at?

I have a 13 year old son who shows some interest in the sport.

Craig
10-27-2006 09:30 AM
klassik100 Thats pretty cool,

It is much the same here, if you break down and another rodder sees you, they will almost always stop, you never know when one it could be your own rod stranded somewhere, I know I wouldnt want to walk away from the car to try and get some help.

Craig
10-27-2006 08:14 AM
grouch
Quote:
Originally Posted by klassik100
I hear that, you just cant leave fellow rodders behind.

Craig
I recently read an article that (I think) was linked from the Lounge. There was some guy whose engine gave up the ghost on his way to a show in Louisville, KY (USA). Another rodder on the way to the same show stopped, unloaded his own car from his trailer, then drove his car while hauling the broke-down one. An engine swap took place in the parking lot at the show. (I think it might have been Highgirl (sp?) who posted the link to the magazine article).
10-26-2006 08:30 PM
klassik100 I hear that, you just cant leave fellow rodders behind.

Craig
10-26-2006 03:59 PM
grouch
Quote:
Originally Posted by PixelChik
Heres my 2cents worth if anyone is interested.......

2 young rodders in an awsome lookin ride...laughin...as they drive by and older rodder in an unfinished rod...broken down(like some old rodders are : ) on the side of the road......just an idea!!!!

Pixelchik
They ain't 'rodders if they can drive by and leave him stranded.
10-26-2006 08:46 AM
WakBordr7387
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Originally Posted by klassik100
even if it could be downloaded, which I dont think it can, it is over 200 mb for the basic program, not including all the fonts and other software in the suite.

It is not a cheap program either, unless you can lay your hands on a copy.

Craig

Im sure it can be downloaded, Not a legal copy anyways.

I think I'll go give that program a shot.


Brad
10-26-2006 12:24 AM
wheelkid Wow, very nice stuff there Klassik. Thanks for contributing everyone!
Jimmy
10-25-2006 10:05 PM
klassik100 It is like anything else, the more you use it the easier it gets,

Mind you Adobe Illustrator is harder to learn IMO. Corel is a much more logical, user friendly program.

Craig
10-25-2006 09:55 PM
Nightfire I used to have a copy of it. From what I can remember it was a pretty hard program to work with, but then again I was still pretty computer illiterate at that time too (6 years ago?)


Mike
10-25-2006 09:28 PM
klassik100 even if it could be downloaded, which I dont think it can, it is over 200 mb for the basic program, not including all the fonts and other software in the suite.

It is not a cheap program either, unless you can lay your hands on a copy.

Craig
10-25-2006 09:23 PM
Classix_Lover Is it possible to download that program or do you have to purchase it?
10-25-2006 09:01 PM
klassik100
Quote:
Originally Posted by Classix_Lover
Woa, Klassik that is definately some awesome work that you whipped up. I like the whole type of "bad attitude" thing with the kid cruising around in his rod. What program do you use to make your quick sketch go from pencil and paper to a much richer version on the computer with color, fading effect on the windshield, lines more defined, etc?
I used Corel Draw to make that full colour version. It was just a quick design so isnt very detailed

Corel has gradient colur settings and transparancy tools I used to do the flames, tyres and screen.

This would be difficult to reproduce as a screen print but is kool for use anywhere else.

Craig
10-25-2006 06:58 PM
kenseth17 Or tuning his electonic fuel injection, lol.
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