DUE TO THE VOLUME OF RESPONSES, ONLY PORTFOLIOS WITH RELEVANT WORK IN THIS STYLE WILL BE CONSIDERED.
Requirement: 5 character illustrations in the 1940\'s pin up style (painted, yet lifelike look) with all “Copyright” and rights for commercial use, royalty free.
Timeline for completion: 1st December/ASAP
File Types: Illustrator or Photoshop PSD
File Size: Appropriately sized for up to A2 reproduction for marketing uses
Details: We are launching a retail line which will feature 5 characters to represent the products. The design reflects 1940’s and 1950’s pin up girls and a classic beauty sensibility. The brand image will be playful, indulgent and tempting.
Each product has been named with a personality characteristic. These names become progressively more sultry and playful to correspond with the products:
Each character should embody their characteristic with both their pose and look. The poses will progress from demure to playful, but characters shouldn’t be overly sexualized or reveal any nudity or undressing. The characters should be dressed in vintage style swimwear. Suggested poses include:
Saintly – demure, seated pose
Enticing – seated or standing with the hand lingering on the leg or arm as if applying moisturiser
Alluring – Classic seated pin up pose with arms raised and lifting through hair
Tempting – Standing and playful pose
Daring – Vertical and a more ‘cheeky’ playful pose
The characters should represent a large demographic of woman with a range of blonde, brunette, red and black hair colours and different eye colours. Skin tones should go from fair to richly tanned, as the products are most suitable for fair to medium skin tones.
Packaging considerations: The smallest package will be 145mm tall and 45mm wide. At least two images need to sit vertically on this package. The three other characters will sit on triangular tubes that are 180mm tall and 50mm wide at the base. However, images will be reproduced for marketing uses. They should be high resolution and clear when printed up to A3 size.
We will provide further details to the selected applicant
I agree with Marcel some how I think you have miss construed the time scale with regards to setting a bid time and time to complete these fine illustrations unless this person is a devoted fan of \\\'Blue Peter\\\' in the form of here are five I have done earlier for such an occasion. All I can say is that you need to reconsider your time scale on this project to be realistic.
The bid ends on Nov 29th and you need these illustrations for December 1st?
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