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Old 08-30-16, 03:42 AM   #1
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Hi I'm new to the photoshop section of the forum . But I found this on ig and I was wondering if any one of the photoshop genius can photoshop my grill and fog light surrounds. I wanna see how they would look with black plasti dip but before I do it I wanna see how it looks. Here are pics of what I'm talking about and my car.
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Sorry for your long wait man....

Keep in mind plastidip is a more rugged look than paint, it won't be shiny at all and there will be a bit of a texture to the surface.
the lighter each coat is the smoother the finish will be. I would suggest just just a light dusting from each angle, let it dry, and do it again.... like 15 coats.
I did all the chrome on my 4runner and the ones I did this on came out way better than heavier/fewer coats.

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Sorry for your long wait man....

Keep in mind plastidip is a more rugged look than paint, it won't be shiny at all and there will be a bit of a texture to the surface.
the lighter each coat is the smoother the finish will be. I would suggest just just a light dusting from each angle, let it dry, and do it again.... like 15 coats.
I did all the chrome on my 4runner and the ones I did this on came out way better than heavier/fewer coats.

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Thanks man I really appreciate it!!
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Can you do the same on this RX350?? Please!!!!
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Can you do the same on this RX350?? Please!!!!
Don't bother I tried it and the grill is hard to mask and get a nice finish. I peeled it off cause it wasn't clean at all.
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Not doing plastic dip... im pulling off the grill and having them wrap it with vinyl film
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Not doing plastic dip... im pulling off the grill and having them wrap it with vinyl film
Ohhh ok then go for it.
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Looks pretty good!
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Would it be possible to do mine also in black sort of glossy/mettalic please, thanks.
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Looks pretty good!
i like it. man that looks clean!
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Hey Seize can you also black out the bottom aluminum bar also?
And do you guys think I should do the matte black or shiny black wrap? Im doing this next week and will post pics... any input would be appreciated! Thanks in advance
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Hey Seize can you also black out the bottom aluminum bar also?
And do you guys think I should do the matte black or shiny black wrap? Im doing this next week and will post pics... any input would be appreciated! Thanks in advance
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Aa far as going for matte or shiny, I say go with what matches the theme of your vehicle. Meaning, if the black accents on your car are shiny, then go shiny, if they're matte then go with matte.
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Seize, I really appreciate the photoshop! Looks so much more aggressive with aluminum trim blacked out. I'm going with matte black, the matte black will match the matte black trim around the foglights and matte black piece that connects the foglight area to the grill in the bottom both sides...
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