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Photoshop Pics Of Skylines!


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Just messing around a few nights ago (should have gone to bed :O )

Not to much Photoshop work, tried to keep it simple, added more depth of field for most

posted originals and photoshop edits

i tried to keep the file sizes down :D

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Not exacly a chop but i guess it could go under this section. Tooned Z-Tuned R34 Drifter, i couldn't think of any good reasons to change the bodywork or rideheight so i just changed the paint work and hood material. Wallpaper size 1280x960.

Also a wip of a R32 GTR. Doluck body kit with extended flares, APR wing and mirrors, ducted hood and it will be sporting a set of 19" G-games (RAYS) 99B mags. Its still got a long way to go before its finished though.

Dude, that R34 is awesome! I love it, if i had enough money i'd do it. Thanks for that.

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Was a tad bored last night. I'd actually like to see something like that - better than a fleet of commonwhores and falcons.

Dude, now you're testing the friendship. If i saw this in real life i'd first vomit from shock then sell my Skyline. I would hate it if cops drove our cars. Lol!

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