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Ammaar
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Nice nice, LOL, I was just about to say "now learn how to swap rims" Razz

BTW, I don't quite see the point of having the speedometer reflection ... :S
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You're really improving on Photoshop. Very good. Cool
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Ammaar wrote:
BTW, I don't quite see the point of having the speedometer reflection ... :S


we call it a head up display.
so you can see everything.
and it is a bit fun to do a it extreme work.
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I know what a heads-up display is, but I don't see any use of having one if it's in a place where you can't see it (from the inside) ... but nonetheless ...
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Thanks for all the comments.

My Fiesta is nearly done, in the mean time i have finished my first proper Virtual Tuning.


A good old Jaguar XJS,


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Tha's nicely done right there.

My only niggle is the '69' on the back needs a slight 'pushing over' to slant it with the car. And the door lines where the image goes over them, should be made black/darker. Smile
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