Re: Adding weight to a stock car

Jerry Dziedzic

--- In STMFC@..., "Douglas Harding" <dharding@...> wrote:

Stockcars were typically shoveled out and then steam cleaned after
use. The
steam caused the paint to peel and the wood to fade. You might
consider a
grey for weathered wood with an off-white to represent the lime that
used for a disenfectant, but I concur on the flat black as far less

FWIW, I have begun shooting the interior of my stock cars with a medium
gray, weights and all. You'd be surprised how subtle the effect is; in
my opinion, gives the sides more visual "pop" than otherwise.

Jerry Dziedzic
Pattenburg, NJ

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