Como Scott C. começou a jornada do(a) ilustração ou gráfico
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Restoration Sash and Door
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Window and door manufacturing, specializing in the manufacturing of traditional, wood windows and doors.
O que te inspira e como você imagina o design para seu negócio?
Illustrations! We have a section of our new web site that develops an estimate for the building of new windows. Each step of the wizard asks questions about the window's various attributes. I need informational illustrations to go along with each of the questions asked. I want each panel (about 250px tall, by 500px wide) to have a stylistically uniform feel. Something that ties in naturally with our site's design (visible on test server here: http://restorationsashanddoor.vontext.com). I am hoping that the appearance will be warm, hand-drawn and clever. I am hoping to avoid the sterile look of old, IBM user manuals, unless you can do that while poking fun a little. These will generally be simple informational drawings that I am hoping to be sync'd with the site and catchy. For this contest, you will draw two separate pictures. They will show a double-hung window's upper sash, with 1) Lugs, and 2) No lugs. Also, give some thought to a matching font and location within the panel for a caption or other description. 'What are lugs?' No problem, see the attached pictures. Windows in the US, between 1875'ish through about 1935'ish often had these decorative extensions at the lower corners of the upper sash.
This is just the first pair of drawings that I will want done. As you can imagine there are many drawings needed (probably 20-25) to step through the entire process of desiging a custom, traditional window (and later doors too). Other questions will be, 'what type of window' (around 5 illustrations), what dimensions (probably 2 drawings), 'what type of wood', 'Grid pattern? Or, none?'... etc. So I will be looking for the designer to think about how much they would charge for each successive illustration. Since I want to keep a common look through all of the eventual drawings, finding a designer that can stick around, and won't break the bank, will be as important as finding a great design.
I found an image out on the internet that I think is gorgeous, although it is too busy for these purposes. Also, it serves as an aid with the weird terms in the window world. Take a look at the image entitled, 'Anatomy of a Double Hung Window'.
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