Please notice the 4 attached images. We are going to use them as background images in this web based application:
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The edifice in the middle is known as the Texas School Book Depository building. As luck would have it, it happens to be a perfect cube: 100 ft x 100 ft x 100 ft.
The largest of the images is No. 4, Frontal View, so it will be our reference. That file will be read-only for you.
You will increase the dimensions of images No. 1, 2 and 3 in order to perfectly match the pixel images of that building as seen in image No. 4
You may use Adobe Illustrator or Photoshop for this.
In addition to the 4 JPEG files you will deliver very precise instructions on how to replicate your work.
"I decided to use Illustrator because such-and-such. See in the screenshots, step by step what I did"
"I decided to use Photoshop because such-and-such. See in the screenshots, step by step what I did"
The isometric images are easy, let's say that the dimensions of the reference building, when flattened to 2D are are 300 pixels by 300 pixels.
The image No. 1, Perspective View is special and harder. When converted from 3D to flat 2D it becomes a perfect hexagon. Imagine a Rubik's cube with the axis passing through opposite corners aligns with your nose.
Be ready to explain the dimension of those 6 sides. How many pixels and why?
Any competent graphic artist should be able to do this in about 1 hour.
There is no real, solid deadline. I rather have quality work than work done in a hurry. You will get an "On Time" evaluation.
I expect every file to be delivered on demand, even before the final product is ready. If you are the type of professional who believes on keeping some files, on not sharing your knowledge, please do yourself and me a favor: go click elsewhere, best of luck.
Let me repeat this: I will not release one milestone unless the corresponding work (source files) are delivered, inspected and approved. I wish the Freelancer website made that obvious requirement clear.
-Ramon F. Herrera