Yesterday Fabian published a new project ‘Ferrari – State of the Art’.
I’ve stated before that we’ve been trained to view ugly aerodynamics as a thing of beauty, with blunt nosed, harsh-edged supercars taking pride of place as posters on walls and in dramatic shots on motoring shows. I can’t however deny that when a car manufacturer chooses to work with nature and produce a streamlined outer shell there must be some inherent beauty. Fabian picks up on this and sets up exactly the right techniques to put these formulated curves of the Ferrari California T in the spot light. By firing paint down a wind tunnel the invisible flows are picked up in vibrant colours.
I like the fuller front end on this new model and it’s exemplified in the image below.
I think however most of the credit must go to Oefner, who arguably could have achieved similar results with most high end cars.