jdficklin got their new other art or illustration by running a design contest:
Luxe Custom Floor Inlay for Condo Walkways
Check out jdficklin's Other art or illustration contest…
We install luxury outdoor surfaces (flooring) for condominiums, pool decks, high-end hotels, etc. Our product is relatively unique -- a seamless, thick overlay system that is available in a wide variety of fade-resistant colors. Because it is seamless, the floor does not have grout lines/hard edges like you get with tile or pavers -- uninterrupted, flowing design inlays are possible with this product and precise detail can be achieved. Our clients are usually high-end properties, with decision makers aged in their 40s-80s who care about design and aesthetics.
What's your vision?
We would like to show a customer the design inlay possibilities of our floor surface for their walkway. Their walkway is about 200 feet long. I have attached a few real-world examples of our surface type so that you can get an idea of the design possibilities. For our client, please make designs in warm neutral hues, like light brown, dark brown, and taupe. Black, cream, or grey can be used for accent but not for the main floor color. You can have up to four colors in each design, but 2 colors would look great as well and I would like to see at least some options with 2 colors. Choose your colors as you like out of those listed above. We will be awarding several winners with this contest, and at least one winner with simple 2-color designs and one winner with a more complicated 3- or 4-color design. Large-scale sweeping patterns, borders, etc. are great. Some simple patterns, some more complicated patterns are both needed. The designs should be sophisticated, not playful. Something you would see at a high-end hotel.
The winning designs should have two parts -- one example design overlay on our "blueprint.psd" that shows the design option in 2D, and the same design added to our "real_world_photo.jpg" as well to approximate how it would look in real-life. The real-life photo overlay can be an approximation and does not need to exactly line up to the "blueprint" layup, but it should be close. The real-life photo should have texturization to it (look the "texture" .jpg for the texture we desire). You can even use the texture.jpg as a semi-transparent layer to give the floor subtle color variation and texture. On the "blueprint", only cover over the red marked area. I have tried to make this easy by leaving the red area as its own Photoshop layer called "Floor Shape". The attached "design idea" photos just give you some design ideas if you would like and introduce you to our product.
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