Excellent designer, very eager to please. We are pleased!
Great job! The mascot was perfect from the first draft. I just explained my requirements and the outcome was spot on!
I could not have chosen a better designer to work with! Not only was he professional, he gave his 1000% in this work and tried every suggestion or idea I had. If I did not like something, he did not take it personally and would suggest other ways to make it different. I know I was not easy to work with at times and he was extremely patient. I highly recommend working with Tucity and would (and probably will) work with him again in the future!!
- Chloé Isabel
Fantastic designer. Was able to take conceptual drawings and turn them into something great. Highly recommend.
Great designer. Very responsive to my feedback and requests.
How thechrisgrey started their character or mascot journey
Who are you known as?
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
ParkLeap (ParkLeap.com) is a mobile application that theme park visitors (Disneyland, Disney World, Universal Studios etc) use to learn about attractions, see all ride wait times and get alerts when the wait times for rides are low. They use the app to get _friendly_ guidance on how to maximize their fun at the park.
What inspires you and how do you envision the design for your business?
The robot should be friendly and smart and should have some element of hat or antenna that look a little like Disney "mouse ears" to feel like he/she is visiting a theme park. We cannot use a literal reproduction of Disney's mouse ears for copyright reasons. So, it will need to be something that just looks a little like it.
I'm thinking that instead of legs the robot should have wheels or rocket jets or something where he/she would move faster (the app name is parkLEAP).