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Race Car Design Challenge

Discussion in 'Classroom Assignments' started by Joe Diaz, May 3, 2010.

  1. signage

    signage Major Contributor

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    :thumb::thumb: RobbyMac :toasting:
     
  2. RobbyMac

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    Thanks for the compliments. I do still create similar illustrations for our shop here.
    The 3/4 views give a better representation of the finished product compared to flat layout views. Indycars in particular have alot of compound curves that just don't get represented well in a flat side or top view.
    We use these illustrations to develop paintschemes/livery's, sponsorship proposal art, or even arrange sponsors on an existing car. They help to streamline the design/approval process quickly.
    There is a bit of time involved in creating a template however. So if it's a template we can re-use often, we'll eat the cost of developing it. ie, indycars, dragsters, or funnycars get used alot. But if someone comes to us with a one-off landspeed car or some other vehicle that isn't as popular, or no other clients would have, then the client must pay for the template should they want a 3/4 view created.
     
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    I know this thread is old, but race cars and racing is my passion. Check out www.facebook.com/jkdesigns32 . Like my page, and check out some of the cars I have done!!!(Wraps and cad cut graphics)
     
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    Sprint car

    Last years design
     

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