Design details: The design should work on a variety of background as the games streamed will not always be the same colour varieties (some are darkly themed while others have bright colours). It should be a rabbit/bunny that looks cute. Initially the rabbit would need to be provided in a single pose (with source files, vector based, transparent surroundings so it can be overlaid into the stream) with the potential for further work for additional poses.
This single pose should be something that can be used throughout the stream as a "branding" mascot that people will associate to this streamer.
Please provide some (if you have them) examples of animal illustrations you've done previously. The mascot is not aiming to be a complex illustration but something fun and quirky.
Ideas for the visual style: Cute and a bunny.
Things to avoid: No thick outlines
Urls to draw inspiration from: http://celesse.deviantart.com/art/Puddle-Bunnies-43119625
Where the design will be used: web
The stream can be seen here: https://www.twitch.tv/mistersnuggle
The streamer's alias is MisterSnuggle
The streamer is a young female from Sweden who plays a variety of games (Heroes of the Storm, Rocket League, The Forest, Diablo, Overwatch etc.) and emphasizes on their level of interaction with the audience.
There will be potential for future work to commission extra poses (e.g. when someone donates have a specific pose for the mascot). It would also be a bonus if you have experience in animation / pixel art for potential future commissions where animation of the mascot is required or pixel art for emotes in the stream.
The mascot must come with the rights for it as part of the work.
Ideally work would be completed by the end of April / start of May 2017.
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Is it possible to discuss your requirements further? What is the best way to get in touch?
Meyrick John LovellDavid B.20 Apr 2017
The best way to get in touch is through this website - send us a message with what you need and we'll try answer any questions you have.
Hi David this looks interesting, does the source file have to be a vector or can a high res image file work just as well?
PeteDavid B.20 Apr 2017
It would be best if it was in vector format so that it can be adjusted to a variety of sizes without degradation in quality, with also the possibility to be used in 4k streaming when that hits the market.
However if it's not possible but we like your style of illustration/design, we'd accept high res images (assuming raw formats like .psd).