Amazing talent & very receptive and accommodating to requests, feedback. It was a painless process commissioning her!
- Kim Goldenmoon
Kim Goldenmoon's splendidly original illustrations were exactly what I needed in this contest. She offered a wide variety of illustrations and was very good at communicating questions and receiving advice. I would love to partner with her again.
- Phineas Rhubarb
Excellent communication and even better work!!!
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- Veerle Vermillion
Excellent work. All I had to do was tell him how I wanted to use the logo and he came up with everything else including researching the concept to make sure it was unique. He exceeded my expectations by bringing two aspects of my business together into one logo and making additional color adjustments so both of my websites can now have a cohesive color theme. I am extremely happy with the final product.
How grant.l started their other art or illustration journey
Who are you known as?
Elephant and the Churchkey
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Bar & Nightclub
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
The end goal is to have this illustration be the center piece for a new bar that is opening up. The bar is going to be geared towards people in their late 20s and early 30s who are looking for a laid back place that doesn't take itself too seriously
What inspires you and how do you envision the design for your business?
Aim: An illustration that I can print to a 2 feet x 3 feet (approximately 61 cm by 91 cm) canvas that will be hung behind the bar to appear like an old, classic painting.
Contents: The illustration should include the two people in the attached picture fighting a robot(s) and/or alien(s) in front of the Lincoln memorial. We should be looking heroic/valiant and should be able to see faces. Other than that, the specific are fairly open to what you think is best.
Style: The style should be realistic-ish (e.g. not cartoony), with a preference towards more detail, however other than that the style is open to whatever you think would best work.
Bright colors are good, and clearly emphasizing the area (in front of the Lincoln memorial)