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 Subject: Any ideas on how to do Tire Tracks in the dirt?

Ragtopjohnny opened this issue on Jan 30, 2013 · 5 posts

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  Ragtopjohnny ()  ( posted at 12:31AM Wed, 30 January 2013 

Hi all,

I was just wondering if any of you gurus out there of photoshop might have an idea of how to make realistic looking tire tracks in a desert setting. 

Thanks for any tips/suggestions in advance, it'd be a nice finishing touch on a piece I've been working on. :smile:

 

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  26Fahrenheit ()  ( posted at 7:00AM Wed, 30 January 2013 

John... you got to give more info on what kind of image or texture map etc etc 

Is it close up image or far away ,whats the angle of the camera is it a background image or ..or ..

 

 

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  Ragtopjohnny ()  ( posted at 12:45PM Wed, 30 January 2013 

Sorry about that ---

It's farther away, and the angle of the camera points at the nose of the vehicle in a quarterly fashion.

 

I had hoped to have tire tracks going to it as though it pulled up to that spot.

 

Thanks....

Hope that helps. :smile:

 

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  26Fahrenheit ()  ( posted at 1:21PM Wed, 30 January 2013 


Hi Johnny 

 

I made a image for you " i took from the internet" so i done own it.

And made some tracks on it ..just cut n paste all in photoshop so you can do this too.

Try it and let us see how it works for you

 

Chris

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  Ragtopjohnny ()  ( posted at 1:23PM Wed, 30 January 2013 

Thank you Chris!  It will surely help.  Much appreciated. :smile:

 

 

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