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Hey 2k05gt,

did you create all those background yourself? especially those blue background mustang ?
It look so good.

Would you be able to create some nissan, especially the skyline R32
I can send you some pics of my car, and if possible, could you create some nice design like the mustang you did.

This is what i did, but nothing fancy like yours

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[quote name="BobyYoo"]you the man

thanks you so much[/quote]

Tell me what you think of them, I only spent 25 min on them, If you send me better pictures I maybe able to give create better ones.

The Blue ones seem to work better on the AVIC-N and D Models. The Z1 works with all colors with no problem

2K05GT@comcast.net

[url=http://www.wieduwilt.us/Mustang]www.wieduwilt.us/Mustang[/url]

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You're right, blue is the best color to work with the D1
here are some pics of my car
[url=http://smg.photobucket.com/albums/v292/BobyYoo/Skyline/]http://smg.photobucket.com/albums/v292/BobyYoo/Skyline/[/url]

I appreciate your time

btw, nice website you got there. :D

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2k05gt's unique style got me thinking. I've never seen anyone use layer transparancy's like that. (I think thats what your using, am I right?)

I made an attempt. What do you guys think?

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YOU GOT IT, Layer all images and make them transarent, plus add some color like blue. Easy

Keep all the layers active and floating, then when they are to your liking, Flatten the image.

The skyline03.jpg image was layers of several images not transparent and a couple that were semi transparent over the same image, this adds depth.

GOOD JOB !!
It's a great way to add flare

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I Think the SCSI Card is the only way, Load the DVD on a PC and see if the images are in a folder caled BG and you should see files like JPG or PIM, if so then you can reburn the DVD with new images on it.

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