You could just download the Gimp. It's an open access photoshop clone; I've been using it for years.My new model of a Gulf Ford GT 40 arrived this afternoon .
I have spent most of the day trying to figure out how to get a picture from one computer on to my 1995 I Mac so that I can play at altering the picture . It has been a long process . I dug my computer out of my wardrobe . It still works ! I managed to get the picture onto a USB stick but the Mac wouldn't recognize it . I then used our old laptop to burn the picture onto a CD and transferred it to my Mac . I now need to remember how to use the Photoshop bit .
Eeek! Mine too and I haven't put it out yet! I'll wait until it gets light thoughWell that was a strange nights sleep , I think I could do it all over again.
Bin day today
Thanks but it is a bit late now. I have been thinking of alternative ways of manipulating the picture . One way was to actually cut and paste and colour in the missing bits .
Do you know the wheel size ? Are they 13 inch ? If you know the wheel size you should be able calculate the wheelbase .Having truly horrible problems getting the rear view and side views of the Higman to match on the scale drawing.
I suspect the numbers I've been given for wheelbase and chassis width aren't the right ones. Either the wheelbase isn't 78 inches, or the chassis width isn't 29 inches or they're *both* something else.
So I've asked a friend who wrote the book on Superstox racing. Literally. Will see what he says.