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So, all of you Photoshop gurus... have some fun with this picture... how would you mod this tank, to hide this damage, as the tank is still useable... while making it look sweet...

I was thinking maybe fill in the dent with some bondo work... then a black oval decal sticker over it, with the original badges over there, kind of highlighting them...

Any ideas? :)

 

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Quick and dirty....

I also have my tank badges off if you want em.

 

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Too bad it's not really this easy to fix....

 

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300CREW said:
Quick and dirty....

I also have my tank badges off if you want em.

That looks cool to me :)

I was thinking about filling it in, then covering with a black oval like what you did, and then the original tank badges... (which are trashed now, LOL)

If you dont' want the tank badges, will be glad to take them off your hands :)
 

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I cant see how bad of a crease there may be.....

But, have you thought about trying to blow out the dent ??

Not sure about the seams though :confused: :eek:
 

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BigBen said:
That looks cool to me :)

I was thinking about filling it in, then covering with a black oval like what you did, and then the original tank badges... (which are trashed now, LOL)

If you dont' want the tank badges, will be glad to take them off your hands :)
I PM'd you.
 

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You really need to be carefull when trying to fill a big dent like that with body filler. It can crack or even fall off if the dent is to deep. I would look into having the dent pulled out some and then using body filler to just smooth things over.
 
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