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MV Brutale "Tamburini"

Hi Guys !

I started to use photoshop during last summer and I attacked of course the one which makes me dreaming : the Brutale!!

I try to do a Brutale Tamburini using an Italia one

Before : Mv Brutale Italia


After : Mv Brutale Tamburini


- Abolition rear-view mirrors + support of plate
- Inlaying of the rims of F4 Tamburini while keeping the radial stopping of the Brutale
- Inlaying of embeds foot of Tamburini
- Colouring in red of the cylinder head, saddle and tank
- Colouringblack of the mudguard, the back of the bike and bottom of the tank
- Increase the contrast of the back and of the bailer
- Colouring the grills in gold (as Tamburini)
- Colouring the forks in gold (as Tamburini)
- Addition of two Tamburini logo
- Gold/red line on the back
- Abolition of the white on the tank + inlaying logo MV
- Addition of the logo MV on the mudguard
- I think that it is everything!

If you want to see my other pics: http://ghostdesign.skyrock.com/

excuse me for my bad english, I have never used the vocabulary I try to use to discribe what I've done...

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post #2 of 14 (permalink) Old 10-29-2007, 02:50 PM
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Looks AWESOME! Excellent work!

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nice job, perhaps a more black and gold on the tank would suit me better, but otherwise you did a really nice job!


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Too bad carbon is so difficult to do in photoshop (to make it look real), those plastic parts would need some good carbonizing.


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Too bad carbon is so difficult to do in photoshop (to make it look real), those plastic parts would need some good carbonizing.
totally agree !! doing a real carbon textur on photoshop it's not easy...
I'm not really crasy about carbon parts on bikes... so that's why I havn't tryed to put some carbon on this Brutale Tamburini

But, just for you, the same one with some carbon parts :
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Super nice work, but you just gotta loose the converter!

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I'll take one...With some slight mods...One, the chassis needs to be an F4. Two, the engine has to be the Tambo motor, TSS and all. Three, lose the 1 + 1, the chick will just have to wait until I'm done riding.

Nice mock-up though, really nice PS job!

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Three, lose the 1 + 1, the chick will just have to wait until I'm done riding.

Nice mock-up though, really nice PS job!

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Does that mean you wouldn't buy that 1+1 Tamburini made for the sultan?
Tambu (you could just take off the side fairing and send them to me

My, you aren't a team player... What an anti-social elitist Tambo owner





Just kidding


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Super nice work, but you just gotta loose the converter!
I try to find the piece (in pics) to erase the converter but I didn't succed...
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I try to find the piece to erase the converter but I didn't succed...
+1 add Ti pipes


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