James Zhang got their new 3d by running a design contest:
3D Kangaroo Plush / Stuffed Animal for Children that's photorealistic
Check out James Zhang's 3D contest…
Medical & Pharmaceutical
We're only 1 person literally, trying to build a children's brand to make diabetes treatment accessible and affordable for those who can't pay high insurance premiums. I'm designing a low-cost blood sugar sensor (another contest) so kids don't ever have to prick their fingers. Warby, the Kangaroo we want to design here, is a buddy and a friend who children can take to the doctors and keep at home. Hold the kangaroo while wincing from a needle. Learn about diabetes using the kangaroo plushie as an example.
What's your vision?
We're taking a 2D logo I had designed from 99designs a long time ago and making it a 3D render that can be overlayed in front of Adobe Stock photos. This is something that needs to look adorable and real, which we will pass to manufacturers as a simple reference point. I need a medium-sized and small-sized plushie on white background and in-front of a toys background I've uploaded. The plushies should be next to each other, angled. -- Warby Plushie Brief: Two sized plushies side by side 2 Sizes: ~9” long, 6” wide for small size; 18” for medium size -- Color palette (flexible): - Try #f2d699 for underbelly, inside of ears, and under tail - Try shade of #d8b46f for main body and fur. - Kangaroo’s bag and hat have different shades of blue, please follow PNG file and sample. - Renders should have white background with subtle drop shadow. They need to be overlaid into Adobe Stock (next to toys, cribs, children holding them). Fur texture: Underbelly should be short-haired with main fur (the darker one) having more medium length. The smaller sized kangaroo and the medium sized kangaroo will have different furs, as a larger animal has fur more spread out. Posture: Kangaroo should be sitting on legs and tail, well balanced, and looking perky and alert. Kangaroo should not be hunched over / sad. Bag: The Kangaroo’s bag can be removed from the body and will resemble a soft and smooth material that’s in down jackets. It’s scrunchy but when you press it, there’s foam inside. Make the bag a little scrunchy / imperfect. Smile: The Kangaroo has a movie star smile that is white in the logo. Find compromise of darker stitching or a way to make the white smile work without it being creepy. Eyes / Nose: The nose should not be plastic or glass looking, more so a part of the fabric. The eye should be a subtle black, not too shiny. Tail: Should not be too pointy or too hard/robust. It should lay casually but still support the Kangaroo to sit effortlessly. Modern vs. Vintage: Try to seek a balance here, but the preference is more modern than vintage Winnie the Pooh. Output: Photorealistic renders of the Kangaroos. Goal is to give manufacture SolidWorks/raw files to understand shape and make a few prototypes Why: These kangaroos will be given out to children with diabetes who are learning and coping with the disease. These are early prototypes that eventually will have electronics inside that will teach step by step how to use insulin, etc.
Your design will really go a long way for children dealing with a lifelong disease. We want any kid who picks up this plushie, which will most likely be free as a gift, to be loved -- and to feel confident, brave, and not alone. The images I uploaded: "WARBY" is the 2D image of the kangaroo we want to follow. The toys photo is the background we want to use for the 3D render. The other kangaroos I've uploaded are examples of their fur texture.
$499 Custom package
Every design category has flexible pricing for all budgets. 3D starts at $449.
Full copyright with production-ready files for digital and/or print.
It all began with a design brief.
A quick, interactive guide helped them understand their design style and captured exactly what they needed in their 3d.
Designers across the globe delivered design magic.
James Zhang collaborated with designers to refine their ideas
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