Comic Cartoon - 6Boxes
- État: Closed
- Prix: $50
- Propositions reçues: 8
- Gagnant: artist78
Résumé de concours
We are creating this contest to identify one artist to create a series of around 24 comics with the same rules as this one on contest.
Once identified the best artist for this job, we will order over time each one of the 24 comics (probably around one every two weeks).
Each comic will be ordered and payed separately and will follow the same rules and cartoon design as this contest.
Price for each comic will then be negotiated with the selected artist but should never be above the contest price per comic.
We are looking for a funny serie, dynamic 6 boxes (should not be symmetrical, neither all the same size).
The topic of the series is related with the live of Travel Agents in their day to day activity. Text will be always english.
Check this example of the type of boxes and simplistic cartoon we are looking for.
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Target Audience: Travel Agents
Target Age: Between 25 and 50 years old
- Clean, not very detailed
- Good use of color, not many, but vivid colours
- The arrangement of the 6 boxes should be vertical like the example provided
Script for this contest:
Situation: Travel agent with age around 50 is driving is car and the phone rings, while using he's headphones.
Text: No text
Situation: Still driving, he answers the phone"
Text: The caller says "Hi, Mr John CEO meeting is delayed, he needs to know what other return flights are available today."
Situation: While pulling over the car the Travel Agent says...
Text: "i'm driving, let me pull over."
Situation: Travel Agent checks starts an app in the phone and says...
Text: "Checking available flights now"
Situation: While using the app on the phone, the Travel Agent says [Text1] and the caller responds [Text2]
Text1: "There is a flight at 8PM and the last one at 10PM."
Text2: "Please book him for the 10PM flight. When do you think we can have the ticket?"
Situation: The car starts moving back to the road while the Travel Agent says with a big smile on his face [Text1] and the caller responds [Text2]
Text1: "It's done already, I've just email the ticket number."
Text2: "Already! That was fast, thank you so much, you are the best"
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