The Toj SM01 is a rounded, streamlined car, but it has a great look. This paint scheme however is a total disaster. The paint scheme can best be described as looking like it’s sewn together, with green, red, and yellow patches all over the car. It’s an over designed mess of a paint scheme. It takes a decent car down to a D- grade.
The Rondeau M379 is another instance of a car with too tall of a driver compartment, and as a result, it looks cartoonish. The paint scheme is kind of odd. The red is a really good shade of red. The white could be brighter. The design is a bit over done, the thin red stripes are visually distracting, and serve no purpose, other than looking odd. It’s a look that’s worth a C.
The WM P79/80 is a bubble topped car that isn’t too tall, and has good dimensions. The red, white and blue Esso scheme is much more over done than it has to be. The blue driver area, the white stripes, and the red sides all need to be toned down. It does work decently with the design of the car, and I do like the tiger near the tail. All things considered, the car has a B- look.
The De Cadenet-Lola T380 looks a little similar to a Dodge Viper in the front, and has a boxy side and rear. Orange and blue can be very iffy as a color scheme, but these shades of both orange and blue work very well, and work well with each other. The design scheme works well too. The car as a whole earns an A.
Ironically, the Dome Zero RL is a very boxy car. It does have a great look though, with a level design. White, red, and black normally works well as a color scheme, but the shade of red just doesn’t work. The stripes are a bit overdone. The stripes on the sides work well, but the stripes on the top just don’t work. The car as a whole is decent looking, but it could be better, so I’ll give it a B.
The Rondeau M379 is another instance of a car with too tall of a driver compartment, and as a result, it looks cartoonish. It looks like it was a child’s drawing brought to life. This car has a bad rainbow paint scheme with black and white paint scheme, and you have a car that greatly earns an F.
The Lola T294 is somewhat boxy, though it has rounded edges, and it also has a small tail. This particular T294 has a black and green paint scheme. The shade of green works well, and works with the black. The design, the green half-oval on the front works well, and the car as a whole looks great. It gets an A.