91z4me

GMC Acadia Photoshop

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91z4me    0
First off let me say that I am 100& sure that the Graphyte concept was a preview at the Lambda GMC Arcadia. When I started doing this I noticed that the A-pillars and mirrors needed no work. They went together so well I was shocked.

I know the rear isn't finished but I have been working on this for about an hour and I am a little tired of photoshop right now. I can say that the door placement is not correct. The spy photo that I overlayed the Graphyte onto had the rear door seam in front of the rear tire a couple of inches. I am not sure how to move the dorr seam without messing it all up. Without further adeu

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As with all of my photo chops this is maintly to stimulate discussion. Please add your comments.

Edit to add my Buick Enclave chop that was based on Ceinteime.

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capriceman    0
Its OK. You could do alot better color matching. but I like The Acadia.

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turbo200    6
I like it! But I know the rear door won't stretch like that, it looks pretty goofy and minivan-ish. Why didn't you go all the way and turn the Graphyte into production. ah-ha has already said the graphyte previewed the acadia, so you are right

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Guest YellowJacket894   
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I think we used to call that the "2-Door SUV". Have you all forgotten about the Tahoe Sport or Blazer ZR2 2-Door?

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