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DOH This one:

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post #893 of 1186 Old 01-02-13, 21:07
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were you looking for something like this?

its the best i could workup.
That looks great!

I'm working on a scheme for track plastics on a 675R. Could someone rework this with the red and white reversed, and the red subframe/black wheel combo like an R?
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^^^ Not sure why it didn't quote chumchum's pic, but this is the pic I'm talking about:

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Hey - I recognize that scheme! Thanks again for the photoshopping help. Wanted to share the nearly-finished product:



Also, for anyone else that likes to casually tinker with paint schemes, but doesn't have knowledge or access to photoshop, here's the outline i used for the initial images of my scheme. White fill with grey borders, so you can just use the fill tool in MS paint.



Thanks again to everyone for their input, help and advice.

Cheers,
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That white and gold combo is sick!
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Also, for anyone else that likes to casually tinker with paint schemes, but doesn't have knowledge or access to photoshop, here's the outline i used for the initial images of my scheme. White fill with grey borders, so you can just use the fill tool in MS paint.
Or just print it out and use some crayons!


To read about the transformation click > Project Trixie Transformation

For comparison photo of old R/R with new improved R/R under recall of 2012 click > R/R Comparison Photos
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So...as you can see my photoshop/paint skills are horrible. Here's what I'm shooting for, but looking for some help! If someone could do a real photoshop with these colors and also the other changes I couldn't do, that would be schweet.

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I'll do these tomorrow for you guys. Check in the afternoon and they should be up there.
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post #900 of 1186 Old 01-05-13, 23:06
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Not sure if I have ever heard of this being done but am wondering how this bike would look with powder coated black exhaust cans. Anyone willing to give it a go?

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