Discussion in 'Exterior' started by Brinker88, Feb 9, 2012.
that looks great. i can't wait to see it on the truck especially since it'll be smaller
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I think I like this one better. Oh and I'm drawing these in Microsoft Paint btw
Impressive lol. I spend a lot of time in MS Paint but I aint that good...
Which one is more appealing, without bars or with them? I kinda like the clean simplicity of the one with no bars.
I honestly like em both but Iv seen some trucks with the bars and it almost covers up the front of the truck too much. I think itd be better without IMO
It looks like you drew half of it then flipped it over to make it symmetrical. How do you do that?
Ctrl+C, Ctrl+V, Go to the Image Icon at the top of the screen and hit Flip/Rotate. Then hit rotate horizontally. Simple lol
To make it perfectly symmetrical you have to have a vanishing point on a grid as well.
And we'll see about the bars or not. I LOVE my brush gaurd on the truck and dont want to get rid of it.
I like the no bar look ( obviously ) and your truck is going to look insane when it's done !!
I made a similar one to yours. Whatdya think?
Sorry for the excess white but you get the point
Thanks bro! I cant freakin wait!!!
And Lol at Elcaminoman
I wouldnt put a hitch in mine just because Im better at backing a trailer than... driving one lol. And here in Illinois we have to have a front plate
If I could ditch the bar on mine I would
And Elcamino, the reason I have a hitch up front is bc my winch is in a cradle that had a hitch on it so I can have front/rear winch capabilities
You need a front plate in NY too but funk it
Microsoft paint lol
I love how this thread has 35+ posts and I dont even have the material yet lmao
Lol think of how its gonna explode when you actually start building it!
i like the one without bars. man that's gonna look good
vote no bar
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8' of 3/16" mild steel c-channel
4 each of 3/16x6"x4ft mild steel flat stock.
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