Very communicative and skilled in terms of illustrations. Will definitely be hiring and using again for future projects. Excellent job and very pleased with the end result.
How Gamious started their illustration or graphics journey
Who are you known as?
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Games & Recreational
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We make games and publish them. Most of our games are being produced with the Game Train. This is a crowd sourced game development platform, which was succesfully introduced by Gamious. It's only logical that the new Game Train illustration comes from a crowd sourced platform as well!
What inspires you and how do you envision the design for your business?
Our website (http://www.gamious.com) is getting a visual overhaul. Most things will stay as they are (the big logo, the Flash game and character, the white blocks below, the black and white background), but with a fresher look. The 'classic wallpaper look' behind the logo will go away, and we also need a new Game Train. This is where you come in!
If we knew exactly what we wanted, we wouldn't be here. A few things that we do know are:
- It must be a train!
- It must not look like our old train, we want a new graphical style.
- It would be nice if the Gamious character is still driving the train, but his visual style may not match. So we're open to something different.
- It must have wagons (functional use here: http://www.gamious.com/gametrain-projects.php)
- The star of the Gamious logo must be somewhere on the train
So please surprise us with a train that has a fresher look. We're not big fans of gaming cliches, so joystick or controller references are not very welcome.