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Re: NEW 2007 PACKARD
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Brian,

You forgot the '56 Caribean All-Track. Designed for the Army generals that wanted to get to the front line in style!


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Posted on: 2007/4/16 19:28
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Re: NEW 2007 PACKARD
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It's scary how much talent there is out here in cyberspace.


Posted on: 2007/4/16 19:53
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Re: NEW 2007 PACKARD
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Brian, i really like the Patrician12.jpg. LOOKS GREAT!! How much did u ad to the front fenders to create that effect???? I'd lioke to do a real one that way.

Try this, using an Executive pic, lower the entire car by eleminating the area between the two side trim strips. Don't modify roof line.

Posted on: 2007/4/17 22:31
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Re: NEW 2007 PACKARD
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Keith -

I can't tell you how much I added to make the Twelve, as I merely cropped a rectangle out of the pic, with the trailing edge between the wheel and door opening, and pasted it repeatedly until it looked right. A friend who saw it once joked that the fender script would probably read as "The-The-The Patrician". Then, I used a combination of cut-n-paste and clone-brush to clean up the foreground and background.

Now, I just tried what you asked for with a stock factory illustration of an Exec hardtop, which is a side-3/4 view (showing front end). While I see what you're getting at, a real problem arose in dealing with headlights, grille, and tailights. A restyle of the front bumper bar and rear bumper ends would be needed, which is a bit beyond my digital talents.

Yet, send me a pic of your Exec in pure profile and I can knock something nice out, rather quickly, to illustrate your point.

Posted on: 2007/4/17 23:00
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