Team Salzburg Porsche 992 GT3 || ACC Custom Livery
Sometimes, you need a palate cleanser. Something which takes you out of the everyday madness. Something quick, something fun. For me, that was this livery.
I’ve been making so many commissions nowadays, that I have needed to turn quite a few down. The pressure of delivering an original livery in a timely manner can be stressful, especially for someone so ill-equipped to deal with stress. Thanks for that, ADHD.
So, in between working on commissions, I sometimes have a side project, which is more of a passion project. Recent examples of these were this Tyrrell P34 McLaren and this Jota Hertz 992. These are mimics of real-world racing cars, and also quite a bit more easy to make than some of my more recent commissions.
Well, my newest palate cleansing passion project is a conversion of the iconic Team Salzburg livery, made famous by the Porsche 917K livery of the 1970 Le Mans winning car, as pictured below.
A simple yet elegant design, featuring a largely red and white livery. A livery I wanted to preserve, while also converting to a a design which might as well have been used by Porsche today. So I added a few of their (Porsche’s) regular sponsors (BOSS, TAG Heuer, Puma, but not Mobil1 since it would clash with Shell) and updated a few logos to their current versions (Bosch, Shell). And I adapted the design to fit the modern body of the Porsche 992 GT3.
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 to my shared google drive.
- Do you want to know how to install this livery? I explain it in this post.
- If you want to start making your own, click here for my tutorial to get started. And,
- If you want to see my custom ACC liveries, feel free to check them out here.
Do you want to request or commission a livery instead? Follow these steps here.
Team Salzburg Porsche 992 GT3 livery – studio shots
Team Salzburg Porsche 992 GT3 – action shots
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