Discussion in 'Commercial & Civilian Vehicles' started by Cláudio Dias, May 1, 2007.
Sorry! I can't do it
How about repainting it in a Claudio livery that should in no way impact them or their sponsors. Plus your hardwork in your design would not be lost. Heck make sure some of the advertising on their advertises your site!
What about painting it in McLarry livery. lol
Thank you Chris for your suggestion!
I thought about that. However, I don't think anyone would be interested in downloading a paperinside.com colored F1 car...
Uhhhh yes I would! Also that would be a great advertising/marketing tool. When people go to model shows the model could be handed out for you
OK! I'll try something after I finish the Bumblebee
Very cool I dont get to many shows but when I do go, I will be sure to take some your stuff is awesome!
Try me. Do it and I'll not just build it, I will post a build thread.
GO TEAM CLAUDIO!!!
I would also give it a go if I could get my hands on it! I haven't even seen the original!
Here it is...
Put me in the company!
and Japanese friends as well.
Looks very cool. Would be cool to build.
Here's mine (almost finished)
I was lucky to grab this as it was still available and recently decided to build it as a present for one of my friend's birthday. I haven't made a separate building thread because, until lately, I haven't had a camera to take pictures.
I need to do a couple retouches in some places wall1(I think you'll notice where).
Here are some shots:
I would love to build a paperinside branded F1 car, it could sit amongst your other models I have built as the centerpiece...
As for changing the livery of your model though, is it just me or did that email mention the design and the livery... you might want to make a few subtle changes to the car as well.
But having said all that, it's still quite a compliment to the designer that it's come to this at all... you obviously did an exceptional job of designing your model to get their attention like that... so ahhh... well done!! :thumb:
Excellent job on the wheels and tyres. Congratulations!
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