Rebadging a debadged grill with a sprayed on badge (Photoshop Concept)

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Rebadging a debadged grill with a sprayed on badge (Photoshop Concept)

Post by daniel.marsden » Fri Feb 07, 2020 7:40 pm

Hello there, I've recently bought a badgeless grill for a 9n3 and was thinking about spraying it all one colour when I realised I could do a lot more with it than that. So I made this in photoshop to visualise what I was thinking:
rebadgeddebadged.png
Please ignore the weird camo on the bumper, this is just the nearest looking car to my own that I could find, I'm probably not gonna copy that on my car. So I'm thinking of doing a full coat of black and then either spraying or sticking a white VW badge along each blade. I think it looks pretty cool and like how it is actually complemented by that little round cut out at the top, which would look shoddy on it's own.

I'd love some feedback on my idea.

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Re: Rebadging a debadged grill with a sprayed on badge (Photoshop Concept)

Post by daniel.marsden » Fri Feb 07, 2020 9:25 pm

Here are some more ideas I've come up with:
Union Jack
UnionFlag.jpg
German Flag
GermanFlag.jpg
Carbon Fibre
CarbonFibre.jpg
and the VW again (without camo)
VWemblem.jpg

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