Pretty sweet. I love the textured look. Good job.
Goes to show that people can love a Droid like a car, doesn't it?
DSCRacing did a great job wrapping their Droid! Kudos! I own a professional vehicle wrapping company as well as a sign company that specializes in sports achievement personalization (we wrap footballs and other sports equipment in vinyl) I can assure you that using the "carbon fiber" media is not a simple or easy task. So hats off to the OP for a job well done. A Heat Gun and x-acto knife are your friends when wrapping anything.
Not a real fan of the carbon fiber look, but that is flipping sweet looking....Nice job.
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Only the Skilled Survive
A computer lets you make more mistakes faster than any invention in human history - with the possible exceptions of handguns and tequila.
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1. Never be unarmed.
2. See Rule #1
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Awesome!! Awesome! Awesome!!! I'm totally buying some wrap and putting it on mine. How do you get it around the corners with no wrinkle marks or fold lines?
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It's no walk in the park thats for sure, The keys to wrapping are Heating, Stretching, Pulling and a very sharp blade. In the end I now have a standout droid that looks "In my eyes" Awesome.
I normally HATE 99% of the "Carbon Look" This is the 1%.. My Race Car has REAL Dry Carbon parts and from only a few inches away you can't tell the impostor!
Car will be back from the body shop today so I will start a new thread in off topic soon, As I did one on the car last year.. Worlds Fastest most powerful SRT-4 (7.9@188mph) (1400whp 4cyl.) And yes I'm a sucker for a female with ink!