Page 6 of 38 FirstFirst 1234567891011121316 ... LastLast
Results 51 to 60 of 377

Thread: Itasha - "painful car" (NSFW)

  1. #51
    New Member eitlobsaboo's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jan 2011
    Location
    NSW
    Daily
    Suzuki Swift Sport
    Name
    Phil
    Posts
    75

    If its airbrushed its not itasha.
  2. #52
    New Member
    Join Date
    Nov 2010
    Location
    NZ
    Daily
    1996 Accord us wagon
    Name
    Chris
    Posts
    14
  3. #53

    forbidden forbidden forbidden...
  4. #54
    New Member
    Join Date
    Jul 2011
    Location
    NSW
    Daily
    I walk
    Posts
    15

  5. #55
    New Member
    Join Date
    Mar 2013
    Location
    神奈川県
    Daily
    FD3S
    Name
    kensuke bookman
    Posts
    4

    Looking for a sticker shop?

    Hey guys

    So i have been looking around Itasha on search engines, but i havent seen many company that does itasha.
    So, i made it! Its a company in japan, making custom itasha stickers just for your car. Choose a picture u want to use, and we will customize to be made for sticker. We will ship them world wide

    We use sticker that are easy to apply, and these materials are easy to take out bubbles.But if its over 13000mm, it is going to be a different material that are a bit cheaper, and will be slightly harder to stick it onto a surface with out bubbles (it doesnt have the air runway under the sticker surface. But it still is a good quality, so if you ask a shop that are authorized 3m film installer, (which you could find them all around the world now) it would be a piece of cake.

    Please contact us so we can make a deal. You need to tell us about your car before making a sticker. Size of the hood, door, etc.
    Come visit our web site so u can find more info about it.

    Could be either full wrapping stickers which covers up the entire body, and make ur car have a totally different taste.
    Or either showing your original paint, and put few large stickers on, and will still have the shine of your metallic paint.

    Ask us any questions i will answer it

    http://www.itasha-project.com
  6. #56
    Member Drifter995's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jul 2011
    Location
    Tasmania
    Daily
    1996 -soontobepink- civic
    2nd Car
    1977 Civic
    Name
    Ben
    Posts
    2,045

    I'd get something and chuck trigun or evangelion on it, or something. Might be cool, but it'd get pretty old I think.
    I had most of my drifting cars on forza running like this, but I got over it pretty quickly.
    I mean, it's pretty cool, but eh. Pretty sure I'd get sick of seeing the same character on my car all the time. If I had tonnes of money, however, I'd change it up every now and again ;D
  7. #57
    New Member
    Join Date
    Mar 2013
    Location
    神奈川県
    Daily
    FD3S
    Name
    kensuke bookman
    Posts
    4

    I dont think evangelion will ever be old Its been around for over 20 years.
    I do understand it is scary to put on an expensive stickers on, and you might get bored of it.
    but since its a sticker, it only last for about 5 years. by that time, the paint will start to fade or rust.
    so its always better to put stickers on so it will keep looking new the whole time
  8. #58
    Member Drifter995's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jul 2011
    Location
    Tasmania
    Daily
    1996 -soontobepink- civic
    2nd Car
    1977 Civic
    Name
    Ben
    Posts
    2,045

    Quote Originally Posted by kensukebook View Post
    I dont think evangelion will ever be old Its been around for over 20 years.
    I do understand it is scary to put on an expensive stickers on, and you might get bored of it.
    but since its a sticker, it only last for about 5 years. by that time, the paint will start to fade or rust.
    so its always better to put stickers on so it will keep looking new the whole time
    I was thinking airbrush, but stickers work
  9. #59
    New Member
    Join Date
    Mar 2013
    Location
    神奈川県
    Daily
    FD3S
    Name
    kensuke bookman
    Posts
    4

    Quote Originally Posted by Drifter995 View Post
    I was thinking airbrush, but stickers work
    right :0 actually itasha these days are usually stickers. Airbrush needs alot of hard work and artistic skills, but stickers are only applying it onto your car.
    much easier and easy to take off and best of all, sticker would stand out more with crisp and vivid color!
  10. #60
    Member Drifter995's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jul 2011
    Location
    Tasmania
    Daily
    1996 -soontobepink- civic
    2nd Car
    1977 Civic
    Name
    Ben
    Posts
    2,045

    Quote Originally Posted by kensukebook View Post
    right :0 actually itasha these days are usually stickers. Airbrush needs alot of hard work and artistic skills, but stickers are only applying it onto your car.
    much easier and easy to take off and best of all, sticker would stand out more with crisp and vivid color!
    Fair call, fair call

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •