NINJORZ - Gallery - Please don't comment, it might help me improve =(


In this gallery, my newest paints are at the top

Amateur painter here, trying to improve. My style is not to over-complicate the car, to allow the shape of the car to be seen and hopefully not only enhance it but to also convey speed. I do like sponsors, but I try to keep them to a minimum so as not to detract from the car itself. Usually. lol. I know I need to make some more sponsor logos though, as I’m repeating the same ones a lot. ><

Please leave notes with any suggestions.

“Falken R8” Audi R8

“Arrowstar” Lamborghini Murcielago

“RCM Lambo” Lamborghini Murcielago

“RCM 2” Holden HSV GTS

“RCM” Renault Spark

“GRN WHT RED” Renault Spark

“Shuriken Z” 2010 Nissan 370Z

“RED STARZ” 2010 Nissan 370Z

“MR2 Blades 2” 1995 Toyota MR2 GT

Some pretty nice paints so far mate I like the Falken Audi, the white is a good accent to the purple and I like the white on the hood and front of the car. What I would do if I were you is to tone it down a tad with some of the sponsor logos, I feel that the cars are quite packed, the layout of the sponsors is also very “Need For Speed” they are all stacked up and down at quarter panels and the side of the hood. Make more sponsors, especially ones that you can use as primary sponsors and then try to make your cars have noticeably more important sponsors. Take a look at this GT-R from the World Endurance Championship for instance:


You will notice that immediately YouTube strikes you, That is because it is meant to be the main sponsor, on your cars you ought to make the main sponsor the largest. There are also smaller sponsors on the car that are the cars tire make etc. Think about companies that might sponsor a car, companies who’s product might be used in the car and make those smaller. Another thing that stands out on this car is the fact that the number is large. If I were you I would make my cars have larger numbers, that is the cars name, it’s identity and thusly should be displayed loud and proud. Look at real cars and just get a feel for whats going on, you have a good start and with some work you could really go far. I hope that this helps.