dave.haynes got their new other clothing or merchandise by running a design contest:
Need Minotaur in Maze for Dungeons & Dragons Merchandise
Check out dave.haynes's Other clothing or merchandise contest…
Games & Recreational
We have a brand called Darksilver Forge that sells Dungeons & Dragons merchandise -- metal dice, premium dice trays, etc. Our target audience is any tabletop roleplaying gamer, typically males between 18-55.
What's your vision?
First, take a look at our current dice tray designs here: https://darksilverforge.com/collections/dice-trays I've also included example images on this contest. We would like to do a new octagon dice tray, so we would like a graphic of a minotaur in a maze that we will put on the octagon tray. The minotaur should be larger than what is shown in the example image. We'd be fine with it almost busting out of the center of the maze, or even having a large head with the circular maze in the background. This will have to be printed in a single color on top of felt, but look at the Odin tray we have done -- it's okay to have details, but it has to work as a single color. You guys are the designers and artists. Feel free to play with the design. The main thing is that it has to look "badass". :) ** UPDATE: The minotaur must look slightly humanoid in the face. Because we're just doing a head, without a body, you have to know it's a "minotaur" through the face and eyes. Otherwise, it just looks like a cow stuck on top of a maze. Also, imagine this as a tattoo a tough dude might get. That's the look we're going for. Or the kind of minotaur that would be a sports team mascot.
Please no copyrighted or trademarked material. We would also prefer to not use any stock images because we may want to put this on various things in the future besides the dice tray, like a dice case or a t-shirt. We don't want to deal with the extended licensing of the stock imagery.
Every design category has flexible pricing for all budgets. Other clothing or merchandise starts at $199.
Full copyright with production-ready files for digital and/or print.
It all began with a design brief.
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