Digibash: transformers foc tapout and oc deadput.

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    mirageandjazz11 Banned

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    so i was bored and stuff decided to make this.

    for tapout i was going to use cliff too but then i did not want to use cliff twice for a character (unless i make carrera) so i took bumblebee's bio pic from the website and took the head from the package of the wfc cliffjumper toy slaped it on and colored it green and boom Shaka-lacka you get tapout, plus cliffjumpers game model head had a more young guy feel then a drill Sargent (yeah thats what i think of tapout got a problem?)

    question do you guys know what i can do to make cliff or bee white so i can make a white and blue tailgate?

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    mirageandjazz11 Banned

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    it has been awhile since i put up a digibash so i am glad to make a comeback.
     
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    Welcome back Bro!
    oh and i think i'll post something you might like here as well on DA
     
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    mirageandjazz11 Banned

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    ok thanks and your pics are good too!
     
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    I would use Bumblebee sense yellow is a lighter color it would be pretty easy to turn white. Just use the gray scale setting in photoshop to make a black and white image. If you need to you can then bring up the brightness but as I said yellow is pretty bright anyway so it should hopefully just turn white.

    After you have the white done then you'll need to change the image back to color so you can paint the blue in. (This won't restore the yellow, it just restores your color pallet.)

    Or

    I would actually do a second image in blue and then past the white version over it as a new layer. Erase the white layer where I want the blue to be and then combine the two layers.

    I'm sure there's a better way to do it. This is just the easiest way I found to do it.
     
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    thanks man i owe you one.

    sorry for the wait for reply
     

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