For a privat client project, I am looking for someone that can assist in rendering a campaign key-visual that will be used for various design deliverables incl. large format billboard. The visual shows a kaleidoscope reflection (imagine being inside one) with a gold credit card floating in the middle of it — reflecting and creating part of the overall pattern. It is crucial that the overall image looks spectacular and absolut real in terms of the mirroring effects and the actual gold-texture of the credit card! please have relevant references in your portfolio when bidding!
Attached some references images of human sized kaleidoscopes. this is the desired look, just not with people inside but a gold credit card which creates endless reflections! also attached various green background patterns. these belong to the clients corporate identity. it's important to have the overall kaleidoscope patterns and shapes connect to that. lastly, I've attached a rough mock up where we tried shooting the visual for real, having built a mini-kaleidoscope photo-booth. it goes in the right direction, but the reflections of the card are not enough. it needs to break more, we need to see more reflections of it. overall everything has to looks and feel more magical!!! from my perspective, this job is less technical as it is creative, meaning having a really good eye for composition, colours and shapes to create an overall spectacular visual that lets viewers get lost in it! please shout for any questions. Best Patrick
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Hello! I'm an experienced and responsible designer and specialist in 3D visualization. I'll be glad to work on your project. If you'd like to view my previous work, take a look at my Freelancer Portfolio.
Hi. I am Daniel, a Product Designer and MA in Integrated Design. I have more than 5 years of experience on real projects. Please see my portfolio in my profile with some of my work. Thank you. Regards. Daniel P
Hello! do you have any blueprints? sketches, or what will help me understand the geometry of the room itself, where should the kaleidoscope be located?