Like everyone said solid colors are easiest. Prep is the most important. Cleaning the car isn't bad but spend time taping everything properly. This will matter the most around areas that won't self cut. Also when you go to remove the dip if you don't tape properly you will have over spray In all the gaps between panels on your car which is difficult to remove.
Also practice spraying coats correctly first. First couple coats should be light but final coats should fully cover the panel so the dip will dry smooth and not be textured. Let me know if you have any specific questions about application and prep.
Truck has the front grill, bumper, and real bumper dipped. My last mustang was full body minus mirrors, hood, and truck lid. Mercedes has the front grill dipped around chrome and rear spoiler dipped. Notice the close up of the texture and how smooth it is. And of course it peels easy and protects the paint underneath.
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