El-za brought the character to life for us. We were unsure what sort of character we wanted for a mascot, our key needs were; something gender neutral, friendly and into technology. It needed to also work in a number of different situations such as education, speaking and working. We think she created something unique and very cute, now looking forward to incorporating it on our website and swag.
Thank you El-za for helping us get our brand started.
- Code Mortals
Super talented and awesome to work with! Great communication from start to finish. Highly recommend.
- -- Rogger --
Third time working with Rogger! Amazing delivery as always!
ayahbham was creative, inventive, responsive, listened to feedback and addressed the feedback to the point always getting closer to the desired end. ayahbham was professional and patient. Not only did ayahbham have the winning design, he had numbers 2 and 3 as well.
How jmkelley started their character or mascot journey
Who are you known as?
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Games & Recreational
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We are a toy company and are designer a character for the set.
What inspires you and how do you envision the design for your business?
We need a body designed for our character's head. Although the head is a robot, we do not want the body to be too "robotic". The size of the body should be fairly close in size to the head - it can be larger, but not significantly. It also needs to be as wide or slightly wider than the head. The character should be short and stout and have no neck. The body should be fairly simple and almost entirely white (possibly with some shadowing and minor detailing). Remember, no robotics or intricate details - keep it simple and playful.