I believe you could evaluate changes to the looks of your car by getting
your photos developed to a floppy disk and then editing the photo with Adobe
PhotoShop or even Adobe PhotoShop Lite that comes with most scanners. You
could also scan an existing photo and make the changes there.
72 TR6 in West (By God) Virginia
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Malcolm Walker [SMTP:email@example.com]
> Sent: Thursday, June 17, 1999 11:39 AM
> To: Bud Rolofson
> Cc: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: Re: Painting a British Flag on a TR6 Boot Lid
> On Thu, 17 Jun 1999, Bud Rolofson wrote:
> > I've seen them on the tops of Mini-Coopers, etc. and always wondered how
> > did them.
> I'm pretty sure that the Mini Union Jack is a big (expensive) sticker that
> you peel & stick onto the white roof of the Mini.
> You could probably do it with masking tape, but it would be tricky (and
> might take a few weeks, as the paint should harden between masks, you need
> 3 or 4 color shoots)
> My suggestions:
> Get a luggage rack and wrap the Union Jack around it. Or, stick it in the
> back window (a local fella has done this with a Canadian flag and his
> Oh So Long Ago I mused on the idea of having a computer program that would
> allow you to paint, modify, and dress-up your car to see what it would
> look like. Now I wish I'd finished it... someday, someday...
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