What makes a great logo? It’s something that encapsulates the values and strengths of a business or product while being uniquely identifiable. It’s a visual representation of your core values, and often the only thing a prospect remembers about your business or product after first contact.
But to achieve that, the designer needs to understand the business, its industry, and its audience. With The Agile Artist, that’s exactly what you get—a professionally-designed logo that can differentiate your business and make you stand out from the hordes of other businesses which are all struggling for the same attention. You get a valuable branding asset that can be adapted for a range of online and offline purposes, from website graphics and digital banners, to free giveaways, brochures, merchandise, and more for conventions, expos, and every-day use.
Things you’ll need before beginning the project:
• If the prop exists in real life: A specific brand and model name for the prop OR images of the prop when viewed from the front, side, top, and/or bottom.
• If the prop does not exist in real life: Images of the prop when viewed from the front, side, top, and/or bottom.
• A digital copy of any text that you would like to see included in your prop design (decals, logos, etc.) (if applicable)
• A digital copy of any specific images that you would like to see included in your prop design (decals, logos, etc.) (if applicable)
• Any specific images that you would like The Agile Artist to reference when modeling the prop
To get the most out of your project:
• Be sure to have at least 1 of the top 2 bullet points above before beginning the project.
There will be an additional $52 fee for any prop modeling requests which do not include either bullet point 1 or 2 above or any other reference images, because this tends to make the modeling process much more difficult and time-consuming.
If you would like a generic prop (ANY type of table, ANY type of chair, ANY type of fish tank, etc.), the $52 fee will not be applied. However, you will get whatever model we give you. You may not ask for a redo without paying for an additional model.
If the prop does not exist in real life, you must legally own the copyrights to any images that you request The Agile Artist to use when creating the prop in 3D. If you do not own the copyrights, The Agile Artist cannot, by law, complete the project as requested.
If you are unsure as to whether or not you own the copyrights to your requested materials, a reference guide has been provided for you here.
If you have a question and can’t find your answer in the FAQ, please contact The Agile Artist through the Contact page, or simply send an e-mail to email@example.com. :)