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Custom Hot wheels mad max

PostPosted: Thu Aug 11, 2016 11:33 am
by Tacit Rainbow
Hi everyone. I'm new to this forum. I'd like to share my custom hot wheels mad max car, based on standard Ford falcon xb. I've done several versions of the Interceptor. The first one is the razor cola from Fury Road. Enjoy, and thank you.

Re: Custom Hot wheels mad max

PostPosted: Sat Nov 26, 2016 4:32 pm
by aussie muscle
it's hard to see much of your pictures because they are too big to fit on my screen, and the forum doesn't allow fully scroll. try resizing them (like under 1500 pixels wide). at 3000x1800 they is just a tiny stripe is visible, and i have to scroll to see it. You can also crop them down to only show the car, not heaps of background. I assume this is why no one else has replied to your post.

what i can see looks good, so i'd like to see it properly.

Re: Custom Hot wheels mad max

PostPosted: Sat Nov 26, 2016 11:38 pm
by Taipan
aussie muscle wrote:it's hard to see much of your pictures because they are too big to fit on my screen, and the forum doesn't allow fully scroll. try resizing them (like under 1500 pixels wide). at 3000x1800 they is just a tiny stripe is visible, and i have to scroll to see it. You can also crop them down to only show the car, not heaps of background. I assume this is why no one else has replied to your post.

what i can see looks good, so i'd like to see it properly.


Right click on the image and 'open in a new window'

Re: Custom Hot wheels mad max

PostPosted: Sun Nov 27, 2016 11:41 pm
by aussie muscle
Taipan wrote:Right click on the image and 'open in a new window'

1. we shouldn't need to do that. it's an issue, since no one's replied in 3 months (hell, even you didn't remark about Tacit's build).
2. i have firefox. no such command (i could copy image location and manually paste in a new tab, but that takes too long). resizing the images not only stops the scrolling, it also saves on internet bandwidth.

Re: Custom Hot wheels mad max

PostPosted: Sun Dec 18, 2016 12:43 am
by Hetzer
aussie muscle wrote:
Taipan wrote:Right click on the image and 'open in a new window'

1. we shouldn't need to do that. it's an issue, since no one's replied in 3 months (hell, even you didn't remark about Tacit's build).
2. i have firefox. no such command (i could copy image location and manually paste in a new tab, but that takes too long). resizing the images not only stops the scrolling, it also saves on internet bandwidth.


Right click -> view image. But yeah, pics are too big. Build is nice though.