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CORVETTE Z06, my favourite drift car of NFS 2015, make the same wrap once again in NFS 2017
I am from PS4, my friend just found that he can download unlimited times of my wraps and the numbers of download will equally increase. That may explain why some simple wraps have a ten thousand of downloaded. And i think the first upload the more downloads, the most downloaded wraps always upload early. I put the same wrap which dont have a download before to the new Speedcross car and get more than a hundred downloads.^^^ One thing I've noticed is that quite often the simplest wraps are the most popular when it comes to downloads. Or, not necessarily "simpler," but more forgiving with different car mods. It seems that the more intricate I make a wrap, the less it is downloaded. I have a tendency to play off of the body lines when designing a wrap, and those lines can change quite a bit depending on what hoods, fenders, etc. someone has installed.
As an example, the Charger I posted above is probably one of the simplest wraps I have in my library, but it only looks right with THAT particular hood. For that reason, I typically don't upload my personal wraps - they tend to get lost with very few downloads.
I love the color scheme of the first Mustang, so elegant.I'm still 3/4th into finishing the story mode.
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This was my starter car. I wanted it to truly look like a "starter car." It was a car someone had built years ago before Tyler got his hands on it. He added a few stickers, tuned it up, and slapped a new set of wheels and rubber on it.
I really like the basic-shaped vinyls, it encourages the creative use of any available tool.
TBH I generally just find a wrap I like that someone else has made (my E30 M3 for example was one of the first results when I searched) and try to (tastefully) build my car around it. Although if there are aspects of the wrap, mainly decals, that require a body part I don't like the look of, then I'll just find a new wrap.Here are questions for everyone: How do you approach building a wrap for a car? What is your design philosophy? What inspires you? What are some special tricks that you use in the wrap editor that may be unorthodox? Feel free to answer any or all questions - I'm just curious