VFT eSPORTS Ferrari 296 GT3 || ACC Custom Livery
When you make custom liveries on commission like I do, you are most often bound by the client’s wishes. This prompt can be very limiting, or it can offer me too much freedom leading me to run around in circles trying to come up with something to impress the client.
Sometimes, however, the prompt hits just right. In those cases, I can immediately envision the livery I want to make based on a couple of lines of text or a logo. This particular livery made for the VFT eSports team was such a case that I immediately felt inspired to make this livery.
The prompt asked for a base red livery, with white, black and grey details. They requested me to include the Danone and Jersix logos, as well as their own VFT eSports logo and emblem. The logo and emblem gave me the inspiration to go for the striped design. Later on, they asked me to include a gradient from bright red to burnt red, similar to the Ferrari one-off livery for Mugello a couple years back.
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.
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VFT eSports Ferrari 296 GT3 livery – studio shots
VFT eSports Ferrari 296 GT3 livery – action shots
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