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hmmm.... i gave that a try, its gona be more work than i thought i was.

wat are you using this for? does it need to be that car? if im not mistaken thats an impreza, i drew one the other day, if this helps heres the outlines i used it would be much easier to edit this than that, atleast cus you could do wat ever you wanted with it.

SubaruImprezafinal.jpg

and heres my concept for lowering the car, it would need some cleaning up

carlowerd.jpg

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is there a such thing as a lasso tool that does a straight line like in photoshop? or is it only the free hand tool we have as it hard to use n a laptop.

and yes it is an Subaru Impreza STi

As far as I know (and I've only been around a month or so) there's no tool like that. When I did the one below, I simply used the ellipse & rectangle selects.

Just duplicated the original picture, erased the body of the car from one, and the tires and shadow from the other, then panelled the one layer up.

You can pretend you have hydraulics, and get the following:

Impreza.gif

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Use the easy way...

Duplicate the Layer....Then Use the ellipse tool to select a tire size circle....

use the move selection tool to locate it over the tire.....

use the move pixels to raise the tire....

Use the move selection tool to locate it over the other tire

use the move pixels to raise the tire....

Now fix the shadow using the clone tool...

Now fix the area above the tire by erasing, letting the lower layer show through....

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