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OFFICIAL Photoshop Thread

Ok so since I'm bored as hell during the day and there have been some requests for photoshopping different colors and things on bike, I figured we could have an official thread. If you know how to use PS, feel free to contribute as well.

This is mainly for changing colors on various bike parts, however I will do my best with changing parts. Not sure how well that will go though.

For reference, this is what I have done so far. Most of these were when I was planning on repainting my Daytona this winter, until it caught on fire:












If we get this going enough, maybe make this a sticky? For this to work I need others to help me out as well, though. I'll be creating a master .psd that I will try and upload to this thread for others to modify as well.

As of right now, I'm working on the 06-09 model with headlights. I will try and do a 06-09 track and an 09+ variant as well. It's a side profile for now as well:


List of things that can be changed (again, mainly color):
Front wheel
Rear Wheel
Subframe
Main Frame
Tank
Tail
Side Fairings
Nose fairing
Engine cover
Front fender
rearsets
passenger pegs
forks
shock
chain
front calipers
Heat Shield
Levers
Bar ends
Top Triple
Instrument cluster cover


For those of you who want to do it yourself but don't have photoshop skills, here are drawings for an 06-08 in street and track trim.












A folder for all of the photoshops I've done so far is here:

http://s838.beta.photobucket.com/use...hop%20Requests

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Holly shit, LMFAO at the second one. Thanks man I actually think that corse edition paint looks pretty slick
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Hey Hokie cool thread! Could you do a graphite bike with black rear sets (passenger also), black engine covers and graphite wheels?? Thanks!
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Crap that Corse one looks awesome.

Also, I can't believe that there are no pics of the Daytona in track kit from the obvious angles, at least not any good pics. Cloning all the parts out is neigh impossible!


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Crap that Corse one looks awesome.

Also, I can't believe that there are no pics of the Daytona in track kit from the obvious angles, at least not any good pics. Cloning all the parts out is neigh impossible!
I know. I'll be working on cloning all the stuff out so we'll see how it goes. For track, I need to clone out what, the mirrors, headlights, turn signals, plate holder, and passenger pegs, correct? Am I missing anything? I might try and work on a superbike tail version as well.
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Yeah I'm sure. Thanks! I wish I had Photoshop.
How's about a yellow one with black wheels? :)
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Yeah I'm sure. Thanks! I wish I had Photoshop.
How's about a yellow one with black wheels? :)
Bright yellow? More gold? deep yellow? For colors I need a reference to try and match.
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I'm thinking a bright yellow. Not the gold that comes stock. There's just something about the word "Daytona" that brings a bright, loud yellow color to mind for me. Kind of race inspired. If you catch my drift at all.
I like the two tone with the turquoise and black. Could you do that with the yellow? And with a black stock can on the back.

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I'm thinking a bright yellow. Not the gold that comes stock. There's just something about the word "Daytona" that brings a bright, loud yellow color to mind for me. Kind of race inspired. If you catch my drift at all.
I like the two tone with the turquoise and black. Could you do that with the yellow? And with a black stock can on the back.


I did the pegs and cover in black as well. Looks better with them black.
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