Cars & Coffee Houston - Amazing turnout!

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i really liked these two cars, so i wanted to try out a fake studio look:

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and just some standard pics. it was incredibly hot, even at 8 a.m.!

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I don't think you would ever find a dealer with that many different colored Lamborghinis in stock. Thanks for sharing.
 
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Good spot - I thought that's what those were, but wasn't sure.

I really dig those two "fake studios". Care to share more about that process?

thanks! for the studio shots, i just remove the car from the background using the pen tool, airbrush over reflections to make the paint look nice and smooth, then create a fake BG using textures and gradients. took me about an hour or so for each pic.
 
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