prz's set ver3 is ok but why everyone have blue helmets
I'm sure that Przemator's and Danon's designs are more detailed and up to date, but as a member of the 8% of males who have a colour vision deficiency, I find the original cars easier to distinguish when racing - which is why I've always preferred the Renault - the bright yellow stands out well. Several times I've lost places while racing because I got the cars confused and thought I was driving a car which somebody else was driving The newer designs just look 'muddy' to me and I find them hard to tell apart. I'd actually prefer cars which were simple high-contrast block colours!
I want to mix and match? There are poorly designed cars in all of the four options ...
Poorly? Wow, you're going straight for the big guns...
I'm for Przemator set v3. In fact I'm willing to further edit it to match your desires, providing they're not artistically challenging and Przemator agrees to at least a "Przemator v3 tuned by Sida" or, preferably, Przemator v4, v5, v8 etc. C'mon, PRZEMATOR V8 sounds totally bitchin bro!
As for Paul being decision, err... vision impaired - I can sympathize but how do you see the cars if you cannot tell shades of darker/lighter? I mean, if you did there is no way you could substitute the black renault for anything else regardless of colours, on the darkness of shade alone, even in total color blindness.
Renault: Not bad
Lotus: Dreadful (The original is the most accurate)
Toro Rosso: Fine
Red Bull: Brilliant
Williams: Could be better (Your first set representation is best)
Force India: Okay (Danon's is best, although without the wierd shadow on the front wing)
Mercedes: Okay (Prefer Danon's, notice he has the mini Petronas green splodge on the monocouge)
Virgin: Okay (Could be improved, the red should go a bit further back, past the drivers helmet)
Hispania: Okay (Danon's is better)
I don't see how.Lotus: Dreadful (The original is the most accurate)
Latest williams i best in several aspects: it looks most like the actual williams. It has improvements in the shape of the nose, front wing, and the little blue touch on the side pods as well as the blue lines. I'd only opt to move out the blue middle line and replace it with a 3d simulation of a white shark fin in the form of a gray line as seen on Danon's Sauber.Williams: Could be better (Your first set representation is best)
Danon's has a nice touch with that degree'd line on the nose but has an outdated rear spoiler and the colours are less Force India-like, although these could be tweaked a bit as well. The shark fin-gray fits nicely.Force India: Okay (Danon's is best, although without the wierd shadow on the front wing)
The spludge is a nice touch but Danon's teal is more off, as well as the rear wing.Mercedes: Okay (Prefer Danon's, notice he has the mini Petronas green splodge on the monocouge)
Agree.Virgin: Okay (Could be improved, the red should go a bit further back, past the drivers helmet)
Danon's is more realistic due to crazy shading reminiscent of the actual car.Hispania: Okay (Danon's is better)
Well, i would like a combination of Danon´s and Prz V3 but i think its not possible i guess.
Prz´s Force India is brilliant for me. Sauber also very nice and mercedes also.
From Dannon´s the hispania is simply fantastic cause it has some sort of shade/blend that gives a 3D sensation.
Agreed about the red stuff on the Virgin also.
So, if i have to vote now i would go for Prz V3 but honestly would like to see a V4 with small improvements, rear wing a bit (only a bit) larger for example and some color combinations also. The rear wings could have a stripe like the mercedes from Dannons, it kind of gives a nice look. Confusing? Hope not.
Ah, so you are the one who causes confusion! Danon's cars are great but a lot of little things have changed on the cars in the meantime (<- Prz :*), such as Mercedes' rear wing. Rest assured all we'll be looked into...
So this has estabilished we all want different things :p
It has? You wrote what you think and I explained how "looks more like the current car" has more priority than "Peter likes that version better" simply because the former might satisfy more people than the latter. However, any suggestion that is not directly opposing that one is perfectly valid