Carmakers figured out long ago that Benjamin Moore—type paint swaths are strictly bush league for demonstrating the effect of high-gloss tints on preciously molded sheetmetal. That's why they've come up with variations of paint balls, demi-balls and stone-like objects — 3D forms with which to sell the public on their lines' polychromatic resplendence. We came up with a short montage to illustrate their use and to demonstrate how easily we're led astray by shiny objects.
"I'm here to buy some balls, can you tell me where the balls are? Oh, nevermind." (Saturn) [Thanks, Dave]