The illustration revisions were completed so quickly and right in line with the project requests. Marrieta is talented and always professional. We are so happy she is part of this journey.
Fantastic to work with!!!
Frankie did an excellent job executing on a creative vision and was very helpful with ideas to make the final product exactly right.
Frederick is an amazingly talented designer. He immediately understood what I wanted based on the brief I provided. Any alterations were made very quickly without sacrificing quality. I can't wait to work with Frederick again I HIGHLY recommend hiring him for your design needs.
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Elf on the Shelf variation-- La Lupita (the Virgin of Guadalupe (Virgin Mary)) a doll used during the Holy Week to help teach morals to children. This doll will be a little girl who has many generations later, found a holy scarf that belonged to the Virgin Mary, its holy power teaches her morals.
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A drawing of La Lupita that can be used to have a doll prototype made.
This drawing should show:
1) Smiling La Lupita with exaggerated big head
-Big friendly eyes
-Small cute smile (no teeth)
-Small ears and nose
-Brown hair and eyes
2) Green Veil/Scarf over the bangs / top of head, that looks magical/holy (sparkly?)
3) Full Body, yellow+white dress
4) The words "La Lupita" to the top left of her head
5) Additional (side) view(s) if possible
This doll should have a friendly sparkling personality that demands the attention of kids. The doll will be packaged in a see through box and be about 8 inches tall, so a big head with a big smile will be the main draw to consumers to pick one up.
Please look at the friendliness portrayed in Pixar girls animations.