Coca-Cola No Sugar Ferrari 296 GT3 || ACC Custom Livery

Sometimes, making a livery seems like an insurmountable task. But, once you start thinking strategically about how you want to tackle making it, it is all of a sudden not that hard. This is not just true for making liveries but for most things in life.

This livery (as pictured below), commissioned to me, was one of those. At first glance, it seems like a very difficult design. But once you understand how it is done, it was fairly straightforward to create. The only thing that added some difficulty, was getting it aligned across the many different panels of the Ferrari 296 GT3.

The original livery with art by Kiewa Tya Austin-Rioli, more info at AutoAction

In the end, making this livery proved to be much more fun than I anticipated beforehand. I started out by tracing a side-view of the car to get the main avocado-shaped feature right (1). Then I started masking the bits I did not want to have coloured (2). I masked out an outline of the Coca-Cola logo (3), and copied in a regular version of the Coca-Cola logo (4). And then I had a shape (5) I could copy onto the car (6).

This process of making shapes and masking was repeated to fill out the entire car. The final result can be seen in the video (above) or screenshots below. Do you want to download and use the final livery? Feel free to do so by clicking the big red bar below which leads you straight to my shared Google Drive from which you can download the files (free of charge!).

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Download the Coca-Cola No Sugar Ferrari 296 GT3 livery here

Do you want to request or commission a livery instead? Follow these steps here. You can also request a personalized version of this livery for a reduced fee. Check the link for up-to-date pricing!

Coca-Cola No Sugar Ferrari 296 GT3 livery – studio shots

Coca Cola No Sugar Ferrari 296 GT3 livery – action shots


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