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So the R25 and by extension the R3 have been rendered in different colors. They've kept the concept bikes race decals and simply changed the base colors. Going off the rest of the R series, Black and Blue will be definite while the Red is more unlikely...





The final render has removed all the race decals and blued the entire bike, I think this one is my fav...

 

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I think that the red and white render looks best to me. I hope that Yamaha will offer the r3 in that scheme. I think that the r3 looks better with the decals on it. Something looks like it is missing in the final render.

@barret do you like the final render because of the color of because the decals are gone?
 

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I think that the red and white render looks best to me. I hope that Yamaha will offer the r3 in that scheme. I think that the r3 looks better with the decals on it. Something looks like it is missing in the final render.

@barret do you like the final render because of the color of because the decals are gone?
bit of both i suppose. I've always felt race decals on a road car or bike always made the pilot look a bit like a poseur. I like the Blue just because its traditional yamaha racing blue, the only thing that would of made it better is if the black bits were white like the concept...

My new favorite livery has to be the 2014 R1's mhmmmmm

 

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2 tone looks good, i just wouldn't want this exact 2 tone color scheme. I actually think the 2 and 3 tone color scheme's above look much better
 

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2 tone looks good, i just wouldn't want this exact 2 tone color scheme. I actually think the 2 and 3 tone color scheme's above look much better
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good thing its my favorite and not yours then eh... ;)
 

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Favorite sport bike color are:

Red on White/Vice Versa
Orange on Black/Vice Versa
Red on Black/Vice Versa
White on Black/Vice Versa
Orange on White/Vice Versa
Green on White/Black / Vice Versa
Gold on Black/ Vice Versa

Yamaha colors are usually:

Blue
White
White on Blue
White on Red
Black
 

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Favorite sport bike color are:

Red on White/Vice Versa
Orange on Black/Vice Versa
Red on Black/Vice Versa
White on Black/Vice Versa
Orange on White/Vice Versa
Green on White/Black / Vice Versa
Gold on Black/ Vice Versa

Yamaha colors are usually:

Blue
White
White on Blue
White on Red
Black
I always loved how white and blue looks on Yami's the way they integrate the colors make them even better. A poor layout can easily make it look ugly.
 

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bikes actually look pretty awesome sometimes with no liveries as well

just paint and plastic

like the blue one rendered
 

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bikes actually look pretty awesome sometimes with no liveries as well

just paint and plastic

like the blue one rendered
I don't mind since it gives people answer without asking us.

Example:

What kind of bike is it?

Answer: Can you read point....
 

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I think that bikes look pretty boring when they don't have any liveries or decals or anything. That is not to say that all decals look good, but I think that bikes look unfinished and cheap when they have no embellishments at all. The trick is making the bike look like it isn't missing something if you aren't going to add any liveries.
 

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I think that bikes look pretty boring when they don't have any liveries or decals or anything. That is not to say that all decals look good, but I think that bikes look unfinished and cheap when they have no embellishments at all. The trick is making the bike look like it isn't missing something if you aren't going to add any liveries.
It would really have to depend on the curves. For example look at Ducati's they barely have any decals on them except for the branding and they look fine. But then again its a different bike.

For Yamaha's which is more race focused it might work out better with fancy decals and vinyl paneling.
 

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It would really have to depend on the curves. For example look at Ducati's they barely have any decals on them except for the branding and they look fine. But then again its a different bike.

For Yamaha's which is more race focused it might work out better with fancy decals and vinyl paneling.
good point, they basically have to create their bikes in line with what that bike and the brand is about.
 

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Yea the two that most easily come to mind are TRiumphs and Ducatis... I love the STR and the Daytona 675, so cleaaaannnnn...


 
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