B is for Build – 1990 Mini City Concept

In this episode we start with a viewer Andrew’s 1990 Mini City and do some of the mods he requested. Stage 5 fender flares, 12×6 minilites, windscreen visor, and removing the city bading. After that i take my own spin on it, lowering the roof line, adding a 2 tone black and white paint scheme with a black wide body kit.

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Music:
00:00 – Arc North – Voltage
04:39 – Space Jelly – Clouds
08:38 – Steve Cherry – Motivation
12:23 – Fareoh – Cloud Ten
16:30 – Cartoon feat. Jüri Pootsmann – I Remember U (Xilent Remix)

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45 thoughts on “B is for Build – 1990 Mini City Concept

  1. This is so damn sick only if you can do this in real life that easy and if it's even possible , Ik that bringing down the window height is possible but the rest idk

  2. Just curious why you use the lasso or pen tools to cut the car out? I've never used photoshop to do car mods/layouts specifically (hence why I'm watching), but even for highly technical/precise cut-outs I've always used the quick selection tool. It works way faster, can be adjusted for sensitivity, and it comes enabled with easy hotkeys (I believe holding control, but i could be wrong), will turn the tool into a de-selection tool. That way if you go outside of the border when selecting, which often happens, you can come back afterwords and basically erase the parts that are not along your border. This may sound confusing from my explanation, but I'm sure theres lots of tutorial videos on using that tool alone that would be able to help. It seems like you do this type of thing a lot and seems like it could expedite the process. If theres a reason you choose to not use that tool I'd also be curious to hear why you don't like it.

  3. when i try to use the clone tool it says "Could not use the clone stamp because the area to clone has not been defined (option-click to define a source point)."

  4. I really liked the "tutorial" part, you make it look easy but also explain it well.For a next video I would be interested on how you do the color matching.I tried a few times virtual modification but always got stuck on the colors and shades.

  5. The microphone sounds good, but it seems like you've got it sitting on your desk picking up vibrations. Often you can find a universal suspension mount to reduce the sound transfer through the base and mic stand.

  6. It's known a chopped sticker is placed on a car after it has been beat by the TOOSEXY sex spec show car. J/k. Came out looking cool. Put a B18c from the Integra Type R in there. Have a little circuit monster. Has to be a built Type R engine though.

  7. I'm happy with any build he does, love the positivity these videos bring. Currently working on a project because of you thanks man!

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