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Alright,

I'm not a big fan of the end of the new Dodge Caliber.

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I played around with "Alternate Endings."

The last picture is the non-modded one. ;)
 

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I like your 3rd one... Looks cleaner, and the taillights match better with the rest of the lineup... Nice one!
 

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Thanks,
I like that one too.

I like the car, I just can't stand the back of it.
- Maybe I'm just picky, but it's too busy from the rest of the car..

The 3rd one was modded from the Magnum. :cool:
 

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Yea, I like the Magnum tails
 

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I would have to say the 3rd one is far the best. Realistically, the first and last would do us no good.......we would have no place to put OUR plates!
For some reason, Europeans have to have plates 1/2 the car width!LOL! :D
 

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That looks a-lot cleaner Dodge_Tomahawk, :cool:
- Don't know about the sides of the rear bumper though.
 

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Steve I really like the one with the Magnum rear treatment. Very clean.
 

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Thanks Steve that idea was taken from Clay,actual production vehicle

.Its hard to put a back on a vehicle or draw a new fender from scratch.I have no trouble with cut,copy or paste a direct part from one vehicle to another thats easy...its full creation from pen and then trying to match and line up and then color in all from scratch.

I just got the wacom pen with graphire4 tablet and photoshop elements 5 and corel paint 2...my question steve is what do you do to get the vehicle all shiny and clear as a top coat and even throughout after your done playin with it??? Any help and where to go in the program would be helpful.
 

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I wonder what car that is??? :D
- looks like a Citroen.

In Paint Shop Pro I can use the retouch tool on lightness up to add in the shiny areas by hand.

Usually, I just use the exact same colors around it to mimic the effect.
 
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