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Today a character serves as one of the most powerful communication tools with which to convey a clear message from a company to its target audience and differentiate its product from the competitors This collection presents over 200 recent characters used in posters catalogs packages in store designs T shirts key holders and The b.

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Character Design Today 200 Powerful Characters and Applications

Ce In addition there are three brief case studies where the process of creating a character from scratch is featured showing brief idea rejected design and the adopted design of a character as well as its application in the end About 90% of the characters in the book are created in Japan the most character rich country in the worl.

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Ook follows design concept how a character is created according to the company’s marketing plan each character’s statistics such as place of birth family characteristics hobby etc and is also described in the text so that readers can see how a character is defined and positioned for a particular promotion of a product or servi.


3 thoughts on “Character Design Today 200 Powerful Characters and Applications

  1. says:

    Why do the Japanese get all the cute characters? The product or service can be boring than dust but does that stop them from developing an irresistable mascot for it? No Take the electric pink bunny Sakuretsu Kun developed for Sakuraya Co a electric household retailer Here's his description Designed to be a somewhat zany creature that would reflect the power of the giant home appliance retailer yet be loved by all And Ever bouncing about

  2. says:

    Nancy I think I saw this book on your Goodreads shelf It is indeed a wacky collection of characters mostly from Japan created to be mascots for products And not just cute children's toys but appliance and retail companies that you'd never expect to have such a well developed ad campaign with a cartoon character By well developed I mean that the characters have richly imagined lives outside their career as sales characters Examp

  3. says:

    Fascinating how the Japanese create various kawaii characters with profiles families storylines and accompanying accessories to market their pro