Category: Liveries

Making a Ferrari #3

And here we see the final result. Overall, I’m happy with it but there’s a few things that could be improved. I am never satisfied with the lights and there are some parts that are hard to get right when using photos as a resource. The bonnet locks could surely be better and I’m not…



Making a Ferrari #2

Since the last update, I have added several new parts to the car: wheels, windshield, roof, etc. What are the parts that took the most time to create? Many of you might say rims; this was actually a fairly straightforward process. The parts that almost always take the most time to create are the ones…



Recreating the 2015 Ken Block Livery: Final Result

And we’re done! Finally, this long project has come to an end. This is what the final result looks like: I am very happy with it. There are always things that can be improved, particularly in a complex car like this. The brake discs – and the calibers – are the products of pure laziness…



Recreating the 2015 Ken Block Livery #3

Hey hey! The KB15 project keeps on rolling like a runaway Swiss Railways express train service down a mountainside! I’m glad to say that there’s been some nice progress since the last post, as you can see in the WIP I made for you VIP’s below:   Our little Fiesta now has an interior, the…



Recreating the 2015 Ken Block Livery #2

In my last post, I had the rear wing and the rear light ready. I’m now glad to say that much progress has happened since then, as you can see below: I am really, really happy with how the front light turned out. Those are always challenging to create, and it is certainly not any…



Recreating the 2015 Ken Block Livery

I love recreating Ken Block’s Ford Fiesta liveries. There is always a lot of detail going on and plenty of challenge for the digital artist. When, after hours and hours of work, you have a complete Ken Block car staring at you from your computer screen, it is a much more rewarding feeling than if…