Did all the corrections requested and nice skill overall. really what we have been looking for. Thank you
How alex Hc started their illustration or graphics journey
Who are you known as?
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Games & Recreational
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Qeote is a interactive entertainment company that specializes in Facebook and Mobile games.
What inspires you and how do you envision the design for your business?
For our latest game, we have a series of wizards that help the user understand how to navigate the app and how to play the game. We want to introduce a character to be the "voice" of the app and act as a narrator for these wizards. The game is a 60s style work game. A mix of Scrabble and a crossword puzzle. We want to stay true to those retro styling and to the type of game. It would seem that the perfect character would be an owl, something along the lines of this: http://2719hyperion.blogspot.com/20…r-owl.html. We would need a number of different poses (10-15). The wizards appear in various locations so the illustrations would have to accommodate that. Some various ideas would be to have the owl hanging upside-down from the top of the app, sitting on top of one of the wizards, coming in from the side etc. Also, we would like the illustration to be animated. It can be a subtle animation (ie beak opening and closing, hand gesturing) but it has to be an animated gif.
I have attached a mock up of one of the wizards and how we imagine the
owl would fit in. Again, the wizards move around screen depending on
what they are trying to communicate so the owl has to be able to
accommodate that. Also, scale is not an issue so if the owl is big in
one instance and smaller in another, that is fine as long as it makes
You can submit an initial illustration of the owl character for
approval. If it meets our needs, we can move forward on the alternate