- Derby, UK
Had a feeling someone would do a Senna style car, looks good.
Based on Stefan Bellofs helmet. Bellof for me is a driver who feels like doesn't get enough love for just how brilliant a driver he was. This along with a Viellneuve Ferrari were my two initial ideas for this round. For me there was also only one car I could have used for this design the 962 in place of a 956. I experimented with a few different options of the placement of the stripes and settled on this as I felt it best fit the design. I also added some period correct sponsors to flesh the livery out.
If it hadn't already been done, I would probably have.Had a feeling someone would do a Senna style car, looks good.
As I said, as a real Ayrton Senna's fan when I was younger I would have made an Ayrton Senna's helmet livery if it hadn't already been done...
I'm not used to do helmet liveries, I've got mine on the carbon one so it's fine for me.Ive often thought that too.
Let us use the paint
I'm not used to do helmet liveries, I've got mine on the carbon one so it's fine for me.
But today I saw it was a problem for me to find the good color to match the car's one...
Anyway, I did my best, I think it's not that bad.
And while I'm here, I think I'm gonna change my entry, I love the Fugu Z but I have to make this livery on an NSX!
Shame on me this wasn't my first entry!
NB : still don't know if it's gonna be the '92 one for this event or another one for a "special edition"...
So long as the livery is inspired by a real helmet design, which yours obviously is, then all’s good. Nice work!
First time I ever hear about (and see) this helmet!Inspired by
Bell Star XF-GP Twin Window Eye-port - 1979 - Jacky Ickx helmet