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How can I outline a car?

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San Diego    0

In Photoshop, what's the best way to go about outlining the shape of a car? Like the image attached. Any help would be great. Thanks.

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Andre    9

Take the pen tool and start making a rough shape of the car. Then use the convert point tool to make the shape smoother. Eventually, select the path(s), pick the brush tool, adjust its settings for the outline, pick the Pen tool again, right click on the selected path(s) and select Brush Stroke. Alternatively, from the created path create a shape and apply a Stroke effect to it.

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mint0    11

You could use the pen tool to make the shape of the car, then look in the Layers blending options.. Under "advanced blending" on the first bit, move the sliders opacity down, then go onto the "stroke" tab and give it a border :)

then just get rid of the layer with the car in it :)

heres a rushed job..

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San Diego    0

I'll try these tips. Thanks so far!

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San Diego    0

See the sig! :)

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Phix    0

ehh looks really plain :p

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San Diego    0

No longer in the sig. Here it is though:

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Phix    0

just to add some color/not make it so bland.

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