Okay all you photoshop pros...go to town! We are trying to figure out what color to paint the rottinchop. We were originally thinking white but graphite and dark gray have reared their ugly heads as well. Really no color has been ruled out so get creative!
Originally posted by jetsnvettes2000:
Yes the pic sucks I know but if it can be done can you make the Rotin chop all one color? John is having trouble envisioning a color on the chop so I would like to see some primary colors on it for him to decide. Red, White, Blue, Black, and pink to mess with him...
Never mind the lack of tail lights, it is getting the one piece corvette tail light panel.
and front shot again this is just to get idea of look with full colors
[This message has been edited by johnyrottin (edited 10-12-2014).]
Okay all you photoshop pros...go to town! We are trying to figure out what color to paint the rottinchop. [...] Really no color has been ruled out so get creative!
Using Photoshop in this case is really difficult with the images you provided. The car is multiple colors right now. That makes it hard to use any type of transparency layer to colorize the car and make it look any bit realistic.
That being said, just have a look at THIS LINK. hundreds of color combinations to look through till something catches your eye.
Keeping in the white / gray wheelhouse, I particularly like the silver one 9 rows down:
[This message has been edited by JohnWPB (edited 10-14-2014).]
Of course this is MY personal opinion... but I always considered white a color that one paints a car when they can not come up with a color. Thus do it in the total absence of color
Black was mentioned, and CAN look amazing. There is nothing that can compare to a black car with a good coat of wax. On the other hand, It is a VERY hard color to keep up with though. Wash it, and 10 minutes later it will look dusty again. Add to that all the custom body work done all over your car, black will show each and every of the tiniest and otherwise unseen imperfections.