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Unfortunately I don't have Photoshop, so I try and make do with paint Shop Pro. It can produce some intersting results, but I don't really know what I am doing with it, so these are just flukes.

Biante 1:18 Nissan Skyline GT-R 1991 Bathurst winner with the 'oil on canvas' look:



My AutoArt 1:18 R34 Nissan Skyline GT-R, with the print press artistic look:



And the same car again, with the chrome look.

 

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I forgot to add a slightly filtered picture, that has bled the colours a little so detail is nowhere near as sharp.

It is my 1:43 Toyota TF103 driven by Cristiano Da Matta:

 
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Unfortunately I don't have Photoshop, so I try and make do with paint Shop Pro. It can produce some intersting results, but I don't really know what I am doing with it, so these are just flukes.

Biante 1:18 Nissan Skyline GT-R 1991 Bathurst winner with the 'oil on canvas' look:



My AutoArt 1:18 R34 Nissan Skyline GT-R, with the print press artistic look:

those two are awesome!

I can imagine the Godzilla one hanging off the wall :)
 

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Thanks Malik! I think the cars are works of art to start with. I like the impressionist style of paint on canvas, and it works really well with softer colours. I can imagine that older classics like Mercedes 300SL, Porsche 356 etc. in silver and the like would look amazing. maybe even a Jaguar D-Type. Didn't AutoArt make one of them? That would probably work really well.
But thankyou for the nice comments. I didn't know how they'd turn out, and there are some absoltely amazing pictures in this thread as it is...
 

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Great shot's, so many different styles. Good work all :nicejob

Ok I tried one without Photoshop & one with it.

This is without, the camouflaged look.

This is using photoshop.
 
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