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PostPosted: Sat Sep 15, 2018 11:20 pm 
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foz wrote:
Looks good, but personally I get it done faster with a sheet of paper and my kid's colouring box of bits :lol:

I guess your result is a lot closer to the finished thing though!


Well it's not going to be faster if you do multiple iterations and you can't experiment in the same way. So even if you stick to a basic flat drawing on your computer it's far more flexible. But whatever works for you.

Anyway I've started working on a set of templates of different types of frame for my brother to use. More generic and all drawn, no photos. This is the aluminium road frame one I did today with a random gradient applied.

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