2015 Williams FW37 Concept and Classic Livery

UPDATE
The classic livery went down a storm, so to thank everyone and now the real car has officially launched, here is an extra render of the FW37 with old school livery out in the wild, on track.

Williams FW37 with classic FW15 livery & Damon Hill at the wheel on track

Williams FW37 with classic FW15 livery & Damon Hill at the wheel on track (HDR from Harniman)

With the Williams Martini Racing FW37 launch only a few days away I’ve got just enough time to sneak in this 3D concept model and livery renders. Based on the 2014 car with some tweaks, I’ve worked up one livery in collaboration with the talented Bruce Thomson, one of my own design and one classic Williams F1 Livery based on the FW15 era car. Modeled in Maya, textured in Photoshop, Mudbox and rendered in Keyshot, its been great fun combining my work and hobby on this project. I can’t wait to see what the real car looks like and all the other teams in the coming months.

Williams FW37 concept with livery design by Bruce Thomson

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Williams FW37 concept livery of my own design

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Williams FW37 concept with classic FW15 livery

Williams FW37 concept with classic FW15 livery

Williams FW37 concepts promo shot
Williams FW37 concepts
Promo Shots

Posted on January 19, 2015 in blogPosts

About the Author

Dean Wright is a 3D artist and film maker. He writes about the VFX industry, Motorsport and working life in Japan following his time there in 2013-2014. Having worked internationally at major studios, he now lives in London freelancing for a wide range of clients.

Responses

  1. Steven Winer
    January 22, 2015 at 1:02 am · Reply

    Dean,

    Absolutely gorgeous!! I found Bruce through the Formula One Reddit. Now I have found you through Bruce LOL!

    You are both very talented and I am very impressed with your 3-d renderings. I am an artist of sorts myself, although more of a paper and pen guy rather than computerized media, but art is art and I can appreciate all sorts of beautiful artistic visions.

    Excellent job and thank you for sharing these with us!

    Steven

    • Dean Wright
      January 22, 2015 at 7:43 am · Reply

      Thanks for taking the time to leave a comment it’s really appreciated 🙂

  2. GP Hub
    January 22, 2015 at 9:03 pm · Reply

    Wow, great job! They look stunning

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