MetalNoir got their new other graphic design by running a design contest:
Flash Animation needed for high end rockstar jewelry website (www.metalnoir.com)
Check out MetalNoir's Other Graphic Design contest…
All I need is my logo, watermark and menu tabs done in flash - they are currently PNG files but I have them in Vector format as well.
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Tagline: No tag line required Desired Color Scheme: Black, Smoke Gray, whites Desired Style: rockstar, dark, sexy, neo gothic Accepted File Formats: Standard Web Formats (.jpg, .gif or .png); Vector Formats (.eps, .pdf or .ai); Layered Formats (.psd or .tiff) Please Visit www.metalnoir.com to get a good idea of the site. Here are the specifics of the flash animation needed : 1) Logo needs to write itself in or fade in one letter at a time and at the end the letter T will come last and cut through the N as shown in the logo. 2) The Menu tabs must fade in one at a time or come up with a nice way for the tabs to come in. 3) The watermark ( as seen on the "service" page on the website ) must sprout up like a plant growing - or along those lines. - I need a longer sprouting version for the main page as well.
$150 Custom package
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