- État: Closed
- Prix: $50
- Propositions reçues: 7
- Gagnant: RuxkyStudio
Résumé de concours
I need to have a few designs to be printed on to fabric, (the attached gives some ideas of what I am looking for) which will mean there will likely be more than one winner for this contest, probably 4-6 in fact. Feel welcome to submit multiple designs. Your designs will not include a baby as per these photos, but they will always need to have a space for a baby to lay down on, so they can be a part of the scene when the photographer is taking a picture from above. The designs will be printed onto fabric which will be 70cm wide x 1.3m long, BUT MOST IMPORTANTLY the printable area is 70cm wide x 90cm long PLEASE DO NOT GO OVER THIS SIZE. :-) This means that at either the top or the bottom of the design there will be white space, or alternatively there will be a white space on the left and right sides depending on how place your design (whether it's designed vertically or horizontally) you could also design it with the baby laying on an angle as well. The unprintable area needs to work in with the design, rather than look like we haven't printed on those panels, perhaps if your background design is a colour it needs to have faded out at the printable area. Your design must be highly engaging and cute, I want it to provoke an emotional response! :-) The designs must look real, and have vivid colours without being distasteful, and a high resolution obviously so that they print well! Please ensure that the proportions are correct, as well as remembering that the average newborn baby is approx 52-56cm long. :-) I really want to see your ideas and creativity come alive. Please keep in mind that the baby will be laying on it's back when laying on the design so generally chairs and beds are not ideal unless you are seeing them from the side. I want the baby to look like it is genuinely in the scene. :-)
The finished files need to be layered, as they are being screen printed and all IP and rights transferred as well.
Please don't hesitate to ask questions if you need to! :-)
Good luck everyone!