Re: what's best color to show Camaro's lines?
Color doesn't play as important a role as surface quality/reflection. A friend of mine owns a ceramic shop where classes are taught in firing clay/slip. In the shop are hundreds of figurines/statues waiting to be fired. I noticed the contours/shape/detail of the item to be fired,are more pronounced before firing .Depending on the glaze applied to the surface before firing, it can make the surface very reflective which makes the detail less obvious. Hence, I think a matte surface like unfired clay shows detail/contour better because it is one color and very dull. Leads me to believe a satin or flat muted color will show the contour of a surface better than a glossy surface. A flat muted tan color like the color of clay will make the lines of a car stand out more. Have you ever noticed how the lines of a life-size clay model of a prototype car jump out at you?
Stay away from plaid, madras, camouflage, patterns, etc....LOL
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