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Ken Block's Subaru
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Published: June 25, 2010
Ken Block’s Monster Subaru Impreza WRX STI

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White Evo X HDR
Ken Bock - Ford Fiesta
Red Mitsubishi Evo
Evo X front
Evo X Back
Lamborghini Reventon
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Jetta-Windstar's avatar
awesome effects. nice job!
ejkaull's avatar
This came out cool. I really like it and I'm not into cars at all. :-)
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hasi007Hobbyist Photographer
good work.. :clap:
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Rx8GirlHobbyist General Artist
Omg how COOL! Love it
KDN2197's avatar
Nice!!!, It's a good car on Colin McRae: DiRT 2. :D
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dehguerraHobbyist Digital Artist
- nice nicee..
Turtell's avatar
Epic wallpaper man. The colors are great!
kailys222's avatar
how did you do this
GuilhermeWZ's avatar
the best
fuck awesome
Miguelayan's avatar
Backgroud is shokin! Lines effect are awesome! The only thing is that the colors of the car itself doesnt match with anything around it!
featheredpixels's avatar
that's cool :) I'll try to improve my works. thank you for the feedback
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MaLizeProfessional Photographer
Impressive :)
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en1m4Hobbyist Photographer
Love it, really stunning effects ♥

It'd be really cool that u make a simple tutorial about how to do this :D

Anyway, love ur technique :)
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NoXcious-KiDStudent Artist
I have a simple yet tricky question (at least for me)
How did you create the "light lines" that seem to appear in some of your work. I would like to learn to make some of those for when i will take some action shots with me and my BMX bike...

Thanks in advance.

P.S.: This subaru is pretty darn nice.
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thanks for the comment.:)

what you'll have to do first is draw a curved shape with the pen tool and fill it with the color of your choice (I often fill it with gradient) then experiment with the blend modes located on top of the layer palette on which works best on your background image.

then add some details like stroked lines (draw path with pen tool and right click stroke the path), scatter brush (set your settings first on brush properties).

you can duplicate shapes, add some gausian blur to give your lines a depth, warp some shapes, change the colors, play with transparency, add some reflections, shadows, gausian blur, and it's all up to your creative mind.;)

Hope you got my steps ;)
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NoXcious-KiDStudent Artist
Yeah i got it... Thanks for the feedback
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DAMN that's nice!!!
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