Tailored Training Illustration - need to see rough sketches before awarding it.
Our company, UNTAMED Learning Solutions provides custom-made learning solutions to fulfil each company’s individual learning and development needs. This can range from skill based programs for frontline staff through to leadership programs for senior management.
We are looking for an illustration to represent one of our services - Tailored Training Solutions, where we design a learning solution for each company depending on their needs.
Look and Style
Following a similar style and look as the attached samples, Very exclusive and luxurious, and perfectly tailored to meet the client’s learning needs, like an expensive tailor-made suit
Our original illustrations were inspired by these Mad Men Illustrations [url removed, login to view]
Picture an exclusive men’s suit tailor on Saville row measuring a customer for a really expensive suit. The customer is standing on a round pedestal (Stool) with 2 people taking measurements. The customer in the illustration will be made up of words (in the shape of a person). The words will be:
o Leadership Programs
o Frontline Programs
o Untamed Learning
o Packaged courses
o Learning needs
o Company objectives
o Aligned to your needs
o Government funding
o Brilliant Employees
o Better People
o Better solutions
o Online Learning
I'm picturing the words all in one colour - white. Not all the words need to be used but as many would be good. If you need more words just let me know.
• The people taking the measurements will all be smartly dressed, and will include men and women
• The background will be luxurious deep red velvet curtains - think of a stage with a spotlight and the
PLEASE READ THIS AS THIS IS IMPORTANT
Please ensure each character (and their shadows, props etc.) is on a separate layer so that each one can be used as a stand-alone illustration. The Illustration should be supplied as an A3 sized psd.
Please ask any questions before bidding. Serious illustrators only - I will need to see rough sketches of your idea before I pick a winner. More illustrations to follow.