Great job. Slight delay in communication but great work. Willing to work with me through some changes. End result: fantastic
Very good communication and exactly the end-result I was looking for.
Brought my idea to life! Excellent designing skills! I especially like his character designs and cartoons/superheroes.
How Gorillabricklaying started their illustration or graphics journey
Who are you known as?
Gorilla - The novel
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Entertainment & The Arts
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
What started off as a small bricklaying business, I'm trying to turn into an enterprise. I've written a novel which should help the company grow.
What inspires you and how do you envision the design for your business?
most of your face shapes and skins are spot on, I'll just confirm some details and add a couple minor additions. I want swords in the nostrils instead of trowels for the novel. The face should be as white as possible, most of you have that already. Black hair around that should be visible in a squarish shape like logo. The head should be poking through the leaves so he looks like he's going in to help the lion and my dog fighting the crocodiles (2 or more crocs). Reflection of them fighting inside glasses. Lion should be human-like but dog is dog. Crocodiles are your choice. Thorns in jungles leaves scrathing gorilla. In far background Two green mountains with snow on top with village and lake between if possible. Black sky with stars and moon. Title- "Gorilla" in plain black using same font as logo at top and "John Karelis" at bottom. Plenty of lightning and rain. And some blood.
The title of the novel is "Gorilla". Author - John Karelis. It should use the same or similar font as to my current logos in black. Ask me plenty of questions. I can't wait to see things come alive!