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Old 11-23-2008, 12:33 AM
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Photo Shop 67 Chevy ?

Hi I really would Like to help this guy out . He has a This 1967 Malibu very nice car . But he want's to see how it will Look with a 1/4" Silver Stripe that Follows the Body Line . I don't have the Photo Shop stuff to do this . Also if anyone Think's of a Different type of Stripe or ? Post it Thank you Tango
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Old 11-23-2008, 09:13 AM
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Are you talking about a simple 1/4 inch pinstripe ??, it would be barely noticable in that picture, the body line I see is on the top of the side and right above the door handles. Two good area's for a stripe, lemme know it's really easy.
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Even if some one can make a 1/2" Silver pin-stripe on the Body Line so he can see how it will look . That would be Great
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Old 11-24-2008, 12:41 AM
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I didn't realize the pic was only 32 DPIm makes it tought to draw a clean line at that resolution but this one worked out better, the top area of the side looks terrible like a used car deal el-cheapo style. Some ideas would be the Nova style Heavy Chevy logo but with Chevelle in it or even a yenko style.

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Thank you very Much for doing that Stripe If you can and Have the Time make a Stripe the Color and Size you think will Look Best
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I did try a bunch but since IU realized that you would be doing this in plastic not pint I'm under that assumption this would be my onlu color choice, too much is sometimes just too much IMO. I would think of adding the same decal you gave on the hood to the back end of the quarter panel but just a bit smaller to "create interest" as you look at the whole car which would add a little red to the burgundy body and the silver line.

I shoot drag racing and we have plenty of race cars and street cars that are Chevelles of all years and have yet to see one to my liking other than a full painted panel with some extreme airbrushing involved from that stripped body line to the halfway to the top of the top body line. Most Original Chevelles came with a standard dual stripe that was rather heavy like 1/4 each done in tape. I'll see if I can do more but that pic resolution is so small anything I do will look broken of sorts when it's finished.
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