Community & Non-Profit
About Your Company
GICHD is an international expert organisation working to reduce the impact of mines, cluster munition and other explosive hazards. Our target audience are government agencies responsible for coordinating the work of removing explosive hazards from their land. We also work with specialised charities who conduct demining operations around the world.
How illustration will be used
Online learning courses and case studies
Not sure - but should be good enough quality for full screen, high quality resolution
Colors to Explore
We are looking at two types of illustrations. The first is to show simplified concepts of demining procedures and operations. This could be patterns of landmines laid in the ground; maps showing mine fields and where they lie in relation to physical features such as rivers, hills and valleys; a sequence of images showing how mines are laid. Sketches and existing diagrams will be provided for reference.
The second is to build a library of sketches/illustrations showing various mines and other explosive hazards - ideally these illustrations would show a sideview and a top view of the mine. Actual pictures will be provided for reference.
Top 3 Things
Clear and accurate illustrations (our technical advice will be provided!); best practices for our sector; establish a style or look through these images that will help to brand our identity in our training materials
For the proposal, we would like to see four example illustrations: two for the mines that are attached here, a third that illustrates how those mines have been laid in the Ukranian context, also attached. The document "MFR example 1" is for further reference. This sketch shows how the mines are distanced between each other in the same row and between rows and a typical placement of this kind of minefield, in this case betwen a river and a sloped area or fence.
The last is a photo of a minefield in a desert. We would like to see an illustration of this picture so it might be used in our course material.
Overall, what we are looking for are simple but clear sketches. More than anything, we want to build a bank of images that we can use throughout our courses. Often the task will require rendering a photo into a sketch that fits the established style. It is possible that this contract will be extended following delivery of the first set of images, in order to stay with the same artistic style and build our content library.