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Hypershot render.. Model by Bunkspeed.. My little brother turned me on to this program, he worked at Ford Motor Co. (big time designer!) colors, lighting, settings by me.. oooh! I've had this model for awhile now, have several wallpapers for my own use and I thought I would share one. One day, I will own one of these.

Thanks for looking! :thanks:
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lamborghini reventon
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audi r8 new wallpaper
resolution: 1440x900
download for screen tipe widescreen
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Wallpaper I made for my new monitor.
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Been learning a lot at work, thought this needed some attentions so.... :)
Hope you like!

Edit: Changed a lot of the exposure & did more work on the smoke...

Josh Baré
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PHOTOSHOP CS3

ORIGINAL: [link]

COMMENTS AND FAVS WILL BE APRECIATED!
THANKS FOR WATCHING!
I WISH YOU LIKE IT :D

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deviation!
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audi rs 5 blue ...smal modif...just for efect

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I took this picture at Silverwood Theme Park over Labor Day Weekend this year. I went over there with a bunch of friends and had tons of fun. While there we stopped by the 5th Annual Classic Car Show and this is one of the pictures I snapped.

I edited this in Paint.NET by taking the original photograph and duplicating it across three layers. The bottom layer was left simply sharpened. The middle layer was blurred, oversaturated, and then set to the Glow blend mode. The top layer was blurred and had Sepia applied to it. Then I used the Gradient tool to fade out the top layer so that the image effectively fades from left->right from sepia+blurred to sharpened+oversaturated.

A low-resolution (800x600) copy of the original photograph is available for comparison here, [link]
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