Well, we were buying housepaint. Two women, around childbearing age, matching a stuffed animal in housepaint? Not odd at all. So the "match this" didn't get many odd looks. But "How much flat housepaint do you think we need to cover a VW fastback?"
If it's flat paint, it's fine. The poorly-done sprayed on job before ours left more texture. However, if it's glossy, I suspect the little bit of texture that was left would likely be much more apparent.I may have to revise my stance on roller applied paint jobs, I figured such a thing would leave a texture behind.
She, and there was a moment of, "Wait, what?" when I said the car.Too bad this isn't a few years ago, before the roller-paint technique got a bunch of press and normal enthusiasts started doing it. He'd probably heard it before.
So, are ya'll going to get some racing suits in the appropriate matching colors?
Actually....don't paint the eyeballs, but make them into googly eyes with a small black disc and a clear plastic cover. Imagine the hypnotic effect every time the weight shifts or it hits a bump.
Heh, I want to go for authenticity where I can, though. A million little brown eyes staring at people through BS...and an big set of the same up in front.