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LET ME TELL YOU ABOUT US:

We are a software development firm that specializes in creating sport-specific training animations.

HERE IS WHAT WE NEED:

We are looking for animation sequences captured as individual still images of a soccer player performing various movements. For your proposal, please submit three images of a single soccer player at the vantage point specified below in three different movement stills - during a dribble sprint (run) facing in one direction with the ball at his feet. We would like this to be proportionately accurate in terms of what looks like an 18 year old soccer player. The look should resemble the file submitted. We should be able to assume from your post that you could easily take this animated character and create multiple versions, facing in multiple directions and in the process of multiple tasks (passing, shooting, receiving the ball, etc.) without too much additional effort on your part.

OUR TARGET AUDIENCE IS:

Youth soccer coaches and players who will use our animations to learn tactics.

WE ABSOLUTELY MUST HAVE (or we don't want to see) THIS IN OUR DESIGN:

Although our current application shows player animations in 2 dimensions, we are looking for sequences of player animations that can suggest a 3d environment. Specifically, we are assuming that the soccer player you create will be built using a 3d program but we are intending to use the provided still image files in a 2d environment and so will need the provided files in vector-based file formats. From the attached file, you can see the vantage point that we would like the created character to be provided in (camera angle) and ALL requested images will be delivered from this vantage point. For example, although we will want to show the player facing in multiple directions, it will always be from the camera angle shown in the attached still image. We should be able to zoom in for more detail on the player or zoom out to small sizes and still be able to make sense of the illustration.

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