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Pinto Artisic License
« on: February 01, 2012, 02:42:42 AM »
new to your forum. I have been a for enthusiast for many years. Had visions of a V8 pinto in my youth that never happened. Recently my brother has been interested in Pintos. He sent me some links to Pangra's. It inspired me to do some renderings. Nothing fancy. Just a way to explore different mods. Used some low res images off the internet. No disrespect to the owners of the images. Thought that you might find some entertainment in them.

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Re: Pinto Artisic License
« Reply #1 on: February 01, 2012, 08:21:12 AM »
I like the look of the red one with full body kit, even the rear hatch mods look interesting, wish the pictures posted were bigger. nice  :)
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Re: Pinto Artisic License
« Reply #2 on: February 01, 2012, 12:16:52 PM »
Thanks, Couple of problems. I agree about the small images. One they were not my images, so being a photographer, using other another photographers images without permission is uncomfortable. No big deal when I was doing it for my self. If I had hi rez images to work with i could take the concepts farther.

If you check out the three versions of the Boss 302 in the same gallery. This was an image I took myself. It is a good example of what I can do with a high res image. If someone hi res images to work from I could take the concept farther.
http://www.fasterphotography.com/Graphics/Motorsport-Designs/21280888_wQNLqv#!i=1608368037&k=6Xc6xk2

The car with the full body kit and ground effects would end up being a mid engine car. I was originally thinking of a transverse Ferrari V6, but as I think about the concept, it would definitely have to be a mid engine Ford SHO power plant. Have to keep it a purebred!

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Re: Pinto Artisic License
« Reply #3 on: February 01, 2012, 12:37:22 PM »
NIce Work  ;D
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