Glass Jar design 500g and 250g plus caps and label STEP files for making moulds and dies.
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Hello, I need to create 2 Glass Bottles, unique design and their caps and labels.
- 500gram Bottle in liquid should be 475ml of water.
- 250gram bottle in liquid will be 250ml of water.
- Exterior mouth of the bottle will be 7.3cm diameter.
-Both bottles should have the same mouth. obviously the 250gram will be shorter.
Check for special seal caps used with vacuum capping system, check the Thread of the mouth should be well designed properly for use the caps and the machine.
The jars should be designed with some embossed ornaments on the begginig and the end of the body of the jar leaving a good place to place the label like [login to view URL], of mexican culture, I will leave a PDF with a bettern understood briefing and some examples. Label should be designed using "Embossed metallic labels" like the examples in the attachments.
Also there's an attachmet of an actual design I liked, so you can check it out its called [login to view URL], the difference is that we need a more artistic bottle with the embossing how I explained above.
Thanks, any news send me a message. The delivered files should be STEP files for creating the DIES/Moulds for glass production and 3DMax, Maya files for render and show graphic properties, and graphic files in illustrator for label.
UPDATE: The label is attached, this label you should only copy content and logo of the company. Everything will be designed from scratch with a similar style like [login to view URL] the idea is get a eye catching design using metallic finishing and embossings in the label. For making contrast you should use Gold/Bronzed contrast, just like example.jpg. Nutrition facts should be both as it is in Spanish and in English. Bilingual. The design should look "Delicatessen/Gourmet" styling, and the type of mole is "Red" so you erase the idea of this label where says "Clásico" will be changed for "Red / Rojo" all bilingual.