|01-09-2015 02:02 PM|
I'd like to see a 2004-6 LJ
Done up in TJ Sahara package
Tan soft/hard top
Green and tan seats /two tone interior
Golden eagle gold ravines
Buddy and I were discussing this trim if it has existed.
|12-29-2014 09:54 PM|
I am asking for something a little different from previous requests. Can you put the black "USA 12345" military style serial number on the side of the hood of my jeep? One pic with two lines centered and one with it all on one line.
Also black out the wheel and tire.
|12-02-2014 03:42 AM|
|DeadEyeAkc||Not my jeep but would be interested to see what it looks like if you can replace the black (doorks, bumpers, ammo cans, fenders/flares, and rocker panels) with a Flat Dark Earth kinda color. and vise versa (make the tan FDE and the parts mentioned above tan). You can leave the soft top black and if you can, could you remove the windows on the half doors?|
|09-10-2014 07:44 AM|
|joeybro01||^also on stock rims then also on aev beadlocks|
|09-10-2014 07:41 AM|
Can you tell me what i would look like with a 2" body lift and 35x12.50 mt/r and tinted windows. 5%
|08-04-2014 11:35 AM|
|xxxxxxxxxxptoncannon||Will only allow me to uplaid one at a time for whatever reason... If these pictures do not suffice I can either take more or there are some on my build thread! Thanks a lot!|
|08-04-2014 11:34 AM|
I LOVE this thread, I think it's awesome you can do all of this and have thoroughly enjoyed seeing all of it! Great work man!
But I have a request of my own,
I am building this bumper and I am trying to decide on a color scheme. I was thinking a dark silver and black together but to be honest I am not sure... I would like your opinion and see what you can come up with! I really appreciate it and look forward to it!
|07-31-2014 03:53 PM|
Idea/appreciate older style curved opening
I have always liked the look of the older style door openings found on CJs. I thought I would see what it might look like if someone were to make up a black decal that mimics this curvature. It would not work on my Jeep as I have a white Jeep w/white top.
This pic shows the curvature I am talking about.
Another way to do it would be to print a decal in the color of your Jeep's paint to place on a black door. Depending on the color of your Jeep it might be more difficult to match however.
What do you think? Maybe I can start a new fad The new angry eyes, anyone? Feel free to tell me it looks silly. The last image looks silly to me.
|07-31-2014 01:42 PM|
I want to do some photoshopping. I will try to do one or two a week. As I have not done this for a while and there is a backlog of older requests I am going to ask that those be re-posted so I know that you are still interested. Thank you.
Guidelines for a photo that is suitable to work with:
Those taken with a camera with resolution of 8MP or greater is required for realistic details.
Please provide full size images or reduce image size as little as possible.
Clarity is more important than resolution when photoshopping, so lighting is very important.
Be mindful of shadows cast across your Jeep, particularly where you want to see a different paint color.
The better the photo to start with the better will be the results.
I can't take credit for this one -I found the image online.
|07-31-2014 01:11 PM|
One black hard top, and a red one too
|09-21-2013 05:25 PM|
|95 Red Wrangler||Can you make my hardtop black please|
|09-18-2013 05:00 PM|
|Yelenik||Coffee man vanished lol|
|09-16-2013 03:01 PM|
|ddjeeper||Can you add TJ poison spyder defender flares, PSC crusher corners and the PSC hood louver all in this color blue? Thanks!|
|09-09-2013 08:38 PM|
Can you add black hard top and fenders
|08-26-2013 12:32 PM|
You are a genius!!
CAn you add a lift and 33 inch tires on 17 inch rims??
|08-21-2013 11:26 AM|
|ArthurTJ04||Idk y my cell turn the pic but can u make it with black grill and black out hood just that center portion of the hood thanks a bunch|
|08-21-2013 08:14 AM|
shit I forgot bushwacker fender flares, the flat ones or the pocket style ones, not sure what ones would look better.
|08-21-2013 06:27 AM|
The smittybilt xrc front bumper, black rims, kc off road lights on the windshield bracket, 1.25" wheel spacers, and 2" lift kit.
|08-20-2013 04:12 PM|
[QUOTE=Coffeeman;4086276]No problem. I have done a few lifts on this thread. I have one ahead of you. Provide me with a high enough res photo and I will show you your Jeep as a half track or hovercraft. It is pretty much all possible, limited primarily by the quality of the photo you start with. The main reason for differences in quality in the photos that get the PS treatment on this thread is the quality of the photo I start with: resolution and more importantly the clarity of the photo.
Ok sounds good, i'll get a list of everything I want added and post a pic of my jeep when I get home from work later tonight.
|08-16-2013 03:56 PM|
No problem. I have done a few lifts on this thread. I have one ahead of you. Provide me with a high enough res photo and I will show you your Jeep as a half track or hovercraft. It is pretty much all possible, limited primarily by the quality of the photo you start with. The main reason for differences in quality in the photos that get the PS treatment on this thread is the quality of the photo I start with: resolution and more importantly the clarity of the photo.
;When buying a digital camera even more important than resolution is the size of the light sensor relative to the number of pixels. Consumer (lower priced) super high resolution cameras use sensors that are not really designed (large enough surface area) to handle the number of pixels being crammed into the sensor which causes "pixel bleed." In truth, unless you plan to print a lot of poster-size images, 10 MP is more than enough, and where the camera is not designed to be able to make good use of larger amounts of pixels ($$$) it hurts the final image. Higher res looks good on the box. My go-to is a 8 MP SLR from 2006, outperforms most modern < $500 cameras. Sorry for the rant. Going camping in a few, enjoy the weekend all.
|08-13-2013 02:25 PM|
Jeepmodder: interactive car customizer
|08-13-2013 02:22 PM|
I see that you can change the colors and add parts. do you think you could photo shop a lift kit onto the jeep? if so I have a few things I would like you to photo shop onto mine.
|08-11-2013 08:49 AM|
|theblackyj||Thanks flat black is what I wanted|
|08-11-2013 12:42 AM|
Here you are, one set of black rims. I went with a flat black. I can gloss them up if you would like, but I thought it would look better in flat.
[QUOTE=theblackyj;4064528]Can you make my jeeps rims black. If the picture isnt good enough I can get a different one. Thanks.
|08-10-2013 11:12 PM|
Can you make my jeeps rims black. If the picture isnt good enough I can get a different one. Thanks.
|08-09-2013 06:27 PM|
|08-09-2013 04:05 PM|
|The Silver Gorilla||
|08-08-2013 04:24 PM|
Alright, here you go, Overlines. I painted the insert in the front to match your Jeep's paint. Sorry about the long turn around.
|08-08-2013 03:30 PM|
Bushwacker flat flares
Here you go, one set of Bushwacker flatties. I think the angles on the flares go compliment the shape of the stinger. I would go for it.
|08-07-2013 04:44 PM|
Here you go
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