It's good to see another Type 1 diabetic lifter trying to figure this stuff out. I myself was diagnosed in Sept 2013 at the age of 31. Having been training for a few years, I was already aware of the role carbs, protein and fat play in nutrition and once I figured out how insulin worked, it was kind of second nature to apply that knowledge to controlling blood sugar levels.
I am a bit confused on your question. Are you asking if there are any special considerations needed to train, or whether or not there is any aesthetic difference between a non diabetic lifter and a Type 1?
I have seen no aesthetic difference in my physique that wasn't planned. If anything, I stay leaner because I have to control BS levels and can't "indulge" as often as I used to. Overall, I stay close to summer bodyfat levels all the time now. That is more a result of clean eating and conditioning work than anything else though.
While I would not wish this disease on anyone, I must say it has been fascinating learning how insulin and food work in the body first hand by manually controlling it.
I am no pro, but would love to offer any advice on the subject if you have any questions that are more specific.