gianmarco.masoni got their new other book or magazine by running a design contest:
Children's Book Featuring 3 Fun, Hungry Goats On A Mission
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Children's book that teaches STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math) in a fun way to kids ages 2-6.
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I need help designing the three main characters of a children’s book. The winner of the design contest may also be hired to illustrate the entire book. The three characters consist two brothers and a sister who are goats (the "three hungry goats," described below) that go on culinary adventures in every story, searching for the missing ingredients to cook a special dish with their mother. They are often assisted by their friend, a honey bee, and threatened by a mountain lion, who stalks them. The illustrations that are needed include: 1. Basic Design for the three goats – e.g. showing the three animals a) As complete figures (whole body of the animal) b) Just the faces, showing some emotion c) In various poses or actions (e.g. dancing with a bee, sketching in a notebook while standing on a tree branch, cooking with their mother) 2. A sample book cover, showcasing the three characters searching for a missing ingredient, such as basil. Three Hungry Goats: MO is a one-year old male goat who is neat, methodical and dependable. He always tries to plan ahead when given a task but he also knows when to be flexible in his problem solving. A natural leader, Mo knows how to give his siblings opportunities to lead, as well. In a restaurant, he would be the sous chef who keeps the kitchen running smoothly. He’s known for singing while he cooks. JOSIE is a one-year old female goat, who’s a bit loopy and unpredictable but sharp as a tack. In a restaurant, she would be the creative chef who comes up with inventive new food combinations. She loves to dance and it helps her think. BILL is a one-year old male goat, who is a natural scientist, constantly observing his surroundings and drawing in his sketchbook. Someday, he’ll illustrate the cookbook that his siblings co-author.
Almost every night, before my three children go to sleep, I tell them a story based on characters that they each create. The Three Hungry Goats was inspired by three of their favorite characters, Mo, Josie and Bill, which were originally derived from the tale of the three little pigs. Because of their playfulness, inquisitiveness, intelligence and, of course, appetite, it seemed appropriate to change the pigs to goats and start weaving the first of what will be many tasty tales. With these stories, I would like to awaken in children a spirit of adventure, sibling cooperation and culinary curiosity. Children are experiential learners from the moment they are born to the first steps that they take and words that they utter. Learning experiences are often driven by problems and problem solving. They are constantly asking and investigating questions: How do I get from here to there? What am I eating? Why are Mommy and Daddy asking me to do this? At the tasty core of the Three Hungry Goats is problem based learning. Mo, Josie and Bill, the three hungry goats, start each story with a problem that typically involves trying to find a missing ingredient. As they investigate the problem, they go through a learning experience that allows them to make new discoveries and work together to find creative solutions. NOTE: The images that I have provided are primarily intended to provide illustrators with an idea of the different look that I have in mind for this project. I like a certain degree of hand drawn texture in the illustration. I also would love to see some illustrators integrate a more cinematic look. UPDATED NOTE (2.06): Here’s some additional guidance for the look of the three hungry goats. The three goats are a little under one year old and each one should both look and act distinct (think of them as having been adopted). In the brief, I have attached four images of goats as guidance: Bill - A black Billy Goat with a flap of hair over one eye. Mo - A brown and white Boer Goat with flappy dog-like ears. Josie - A yellowish wild Nubian Ibex mountain goat. As for the mother goat, she is a more traditional domesticated white goat.
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It all began with a design brief.
A quick, interactive guide helped them understand their design style and captured exactly what they needed in their other book or magazine.
Designers across the globe delivered design magic.
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