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Old 01-19-2011, 10:49 PM   #1
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A simple paint-scheme software

A simple paint-scheme software
Hey guys, I'm trying to determine which colors/scheme to paint my 240Z. Is there a simple software that I can do this with...trying different colors on an image of my car?

Oh yeah, as if you havent noticed Im completely clueless on this stuff. Thanks for any help ..CB
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Re: A simple paint-scheme software

I think the easiest one to use for what you're trying is going to be Adobe Photoshop. You may be able to do this with PaintNET as well. I'm not sure though, I use PaintNET for illustrating. You can get it for free at www.paint.net. And you can get full use trials of Photoshop at www.adobe.com
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