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Generated 4 days ago

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  • Buckets of Whimsies Web Design

    Aiming to increase brand recognition and sales as well, a children’s book illustrator approached me to build her a website. Her goals for hiring me were clear, so I used the given information in determining her needs. To amplify her online presence and up her number of potential clients, she needed a gallery for her... Read more »

  • The Untold Legacy Logo Design

    The client had some awesome ideas about the logo of his indie game so he contacted me to turn these into reality. As the client wanted to have a spooky mascot in the logo, it became the main element of the final design product. On top of that, I added the sword and shield at... Read more »

  • Sneaky Vampires Illustration

    Apparently, vampires actually transform to fruit bats. A couple contracted me to make an illustration of their particularly exciting night of fruit looting in Europe. Creating something to remember it by (because they probably have eaten the fruits already) was a thrilling and incredible project for me. I conceptualized and executed a couple of my... Read more »

  • Dad of War Illustration

    Inspired by the video game series God of War, Dad of War is a fan art I created out of pure love for the video game itself. I have played all the series, from the first to the most recent. Watching the trailer for E3 2016 has awakened my dormant fondness for the game. I... Read more »

  • Xenogears: Weltall and Fei Illustrations

    Being the very first JRPG I played, Xenogears opened the doors to the exciting, mind-blowing, and inevitably time-draining world of video games. For its 20th anniversary, I decided to honor this classic by making a fanart. Xenogears being my all-time favorite game, I produced illustrations having different styles and strokes until I came up with... Read more »

  • D*ck in your Mailbox Web Design

    Have you ever wanted to do something evil and sinister, but never had the guts? Through the genius that is “D*ck in your Mailbox”, people can now send “d*cks” to d*cks! The million-dollar idea’s already there – my job is to design the logo and develop the website that would appeal to the clients. The... Read more »

  • Buckets of Whimsies Logo Design

    Buckets of Whimsies represents an illustrator specializing in children’s book illustrations. After brainstorming on the theme of the logo, I immediately went to work on the concept. I decided to incorporate the client’s personality and natural love for cats. I put her cat with the client behind a wood board to match her website’s background.... Read more »

  • Anatomy Illustrations

    Children’s storybooks rely on great visuals and intricate use of symbolism to captivate and to inspire. I may not be a doctor or a nurse like a character in my client’s book Anatomy, but you can say that I practically saved his life. Unsatisfied with another illustrator’s work, he contacted me to create the illustrations... Read more »

  • Jesse Vip Logo Design

    A client contacted me for a brand logo project. The logo was for Jesse Jane’s personal site Jesse VIP. I didn’t have a hard time talking to the guy as he responded quickly and knew what he wanted for the logo early on. I designed the logo in such a way that it parallels Jesse... Read more »

lanotdesign.com

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 2 weeks ago

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  • My Logo Design Process

    I began doing logo designs back in the day when I was in College. My early designs were for local businesses. My logo and mascot designs have a distinct feel to them, I ensure that my logos are flashier and possess a flare unlike conventional logo designs. Creating a Logo Design demands loads of creativity,... Read more »

  • Oobakids Web Design

    The OobaKids star rising internet celebrities John David and Nickole. Aiming to maintain the popularity momentum, my client contacted me to design their website for more online exposure. The nature of their show definitely attracts a particular age group, so I designed it accordingly. Being in charge of branding, illustrations, mascot, and web design, I... Read more »

  • ANIMAL EYE Mascot Designs

    A veterinary ophthalmologist in Animal Eye has become a long-term client of mine. Of all the works he contracted me for, my favorite is definitely his Halloween mascot project. Coming up with character sketches for him and his two assistants really made my imagination run wild. In the end, I decided to have him in... Read more »

  • Sneaky Vampires Illustration

    Apparently, vampires actually transform to fruit bats. A couple contracted me to make an illustration of their particularly exciting night of fruit looting in Europe. Creating something to remember it by (because they probably have eaten the fruits already) was a thrilling and incredible project for me. I conceptualized and executed a couple of my... Read more »

  • Dad of War Illustration

    Inspired by the video game series God of War, Dad of War is a fan art I created out of pure love for the video game itself. I have played all the series, from the first to the most recent. Watching the trailer for E3 2016 has awakened my dormant fondness for the game. I... Read more »

  • Illustrating BigBoss from Metal Gear Solid The Phantom Pain

    I remember it was almost 20 years ago when I played the very first Metal Gear Solid game, it did not blew me away.. but I remembered the feeling of playing it with my father and my uncle on a warm summer afternoon on our very first home wich made it very special for me.... Read more »

  • Xenogears: Weltall and Fei Illustrations

    Being the very first JRPG I played, Xenogears opened the doors to the exciting, mind-blowing, and inevitably time-draining world of video games. For its 20th anniversary, I decided to honor this classic by making a fanart. Xenogears being my all-time favorite game, I produced illustrations having different styles and strokes until I came up with... Read more »

  • Anatomy Illustrations

    Children’s storybooks rely on great visuals and intricate use of symbolism to captivate and to inspire. I may not be a doctor or a nurse like a character in my client’s book Anatomy, but you can say that I practically saved his life. Unsatisfied with another illustrator’s work, he contacted me to create the illustrations... Read more »

  • Minecraft Book Series Illustrations

    Minecraft’s eight-book long series introduces children to the 8-bit protagonist named Alex, who has a larger than 8-bit personality. Take a sneak peek on the adventure within the book cover through my attractive front page illustrations. With the goal of enticing children into purchasing the books, my art was based on each of the character’s... Read more »

  • Lambert Family Mascot Designs

    Nothing can be more important than the family. Truly, they are worth living for. What better way to highlight their significance than to create a highly-stylized mascot design of them? A client requested me to cartoonize his whole family: him, the lovely wife, his adorable son, their two dogs, and one cat. As my client... Read more »

lanotdesign.com

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 5 months ago

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  • Animal Eye Mascot Character Design Process

    Over the years Dr. DJ Haeussler has always been a loyal client and a good friend, we did several projects together, especially in the field of mascot design, and if you are interested in seeing a few of those projects, you may feel free to visit this link: http://lanotdesign.com/vet-mascot-design-case-study/ Our latest project involved the creation...

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