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CZ P-01 Tribute Wallpaper

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by Zan, May 19, 2008.

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  1. Zan

    Zan Member

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    I haven't posted in a very long time, sorry about that. But I figure this might be nice. I put together a little tribute wallpaper to the Police Organization the CZ 75 P-01 was made for, the Czech National Police. I thought you P-01 fans would like it.

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  2. leadcounsel

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    Wow, I wish I had that artistic talent. That's impressive!
     
  3. Zan

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    Thanks, took me a day or so of off time to put it together.
     
  4. Zan

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    Sorry to bump. For the CZ users.
     
  5. Technosavant

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    Pretty. Very nice work.
     
  6. Walkalong

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    Real nice. good job. I saved it. Put it in my "Wallpaper" folder.
     
  7. Samuel Adams

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    Kudos. This is now my new wallpaper.
     
  8. Curiousity

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    Damn this is freaking amazing! i like it! great job!

    its my wallpaper now...
     
  9. Zan

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    Thanks for the positive feedback guys! I love my CZ. I was thinking about making a few different wallpapers to make a series. The RAMI, 75B, 97. Let me know what you guys think I should do.
     
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    An 82 would be awesome!!
     
  11. Curiousity

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    a cz 75b SA!!!!

    but the cz75B would do...
     
  12. Samuel Adams

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    +1
     
  13. jdc1244

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    Great work! Love those Czechs!
     
  14. ecureed

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    my P-01 is my baby, I can understand why you would take that much time to put together a tribute. it's worth it.
     
  15. Zan

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    Afew of you wanted the 75B SA, I had some want the 75 B, I'll ba adding them both to a scene.
     
  16. Thumper

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    The Busse is a nice touch...
     
  17. Canuc Shooter

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    Awesome pics
     
  18. leadcounsel

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    Again, great job.

    How much would you charge to do a personalized one for me. I'm thinking of one representing my deployment to Iraq?

    I can provide pics for a sort of collage or something...
     
  19. Zan

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    Thanks again! How much for a custom rendered scene? Depends on what weapon, if any and what you'd like in it. An Iraq deployment calage would be sweet if they told a good story. Get back to me on that and give me some weapons you'd like, I'll give you an idea of what it would be.
     
  20. grimjaw

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    Very nice work, Zan.

    You all can have this one for free . . .

    jm

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  21. Samuel Adams

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  22. Curiousity

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    You are freaking Amazing!!!!!!!!!!!

    CZ75SA COOL!!!!!!!!!


    thank you.....:D
     
  23. Zan

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    I've begun work on the 75B/SA desktop rendered scene. I work all weekend on other projects so I'll try and get as much done as I can. I expect it sometime next week. I've also been asked about doing custom (personal) scene renders like the one I've posted. I can do them at a reasonable price. Just PM me with your proposed project idea if your interested and I'll get back to you with what I can do and pricing. I do desktop rendering only, I do not do high resolution prints. (The desktop renders do print well at about large postcard size)
     
  24. Samuel Adams

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    Zan, not knowing your history, this could be a career move for you. :cool:
     
  25. Zan

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    I was trying not to make it like that, I swear! Looks that way though.:)
     
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