Wow man!! Thats the sickest visor iv ever seen (even though Im not a huge anime fan). You could make some money painting peoples visors.
it's one from Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann. a must watch anime if you are into mecha.TartanJack said:For those who don't know . . .
Itasha is the use of Anime graphics and "additions" (stuffed animals, life-size toys/figures, pilllow, etc.) to a road vehicle, whether a car or truck. Literally, it translated to "painful car," supposedly chosen because it sounds like "Italian car" . . .
Anyways, it is HUGE in Japan, to a polarized mixed opinion.
Look it up through Google . . . LOTS of neat stuff has been done!
I think the visors look good. The art is nice and well applied. Is that your own character, or one from something?
I wonder what Cowboy Bebop or Samurai Champloo would look like . . .
(Throwing ideas out there for something that would look cool, but I won't do myself.)
What about Samurai Jack . . .
it's not spray painted. i'm going to add a vinyl sticker of another anime (most likely One Piece) of sort.surfMOMster said:Impressive! Looks amazing.
What did you do to the mirror side of the visor, more artwork or just sprayed black?
Hellen4Wheels said:Since this is not common in the US, you definitely have an unusual theme. Frequently, having a theme helps with car shows because in that world, different is better. You did an amazing job.
Thanks to both of you. I'm already planning on my next move. i excite!Parkers09xB said:Wow! I can't wait to see the passenger side when it's done. Great idea!