The idea of an animal design is to create a new kind of animal that will be associated with a particular group of people or culture.
An animal designer will then create a piece of art, called an ‘animated image’, that shows the animal in the way it should be and will be displayed in a gallery or a restaurant.
There are various types of animal designs, and they are all related to an animal’s species and/or animal breed.
The design for an animal designer to create an ‘animal’ can be a logo, a tag, or a design element such as a stamp or a logo.
It can be an abstract design, a photograph, a sketch or an illustration.
There is no right or wrong way to design an animal, and there are no set rules or guidelines.
It all depends on what your idea is and how much time you want to spend on it.
Here are the 10 key questions to ask yourself when designing an animal monograph design: What type of animal should the design be?
Where does the animal come from?
What does it represent?
What kind of people would find it appropriate?
What is the animal’s personality?
What are the characteristics of the animal?
How would it be used?
What would the animal look like?
Who would buy the animal and what would they think about it?
How long will it last?
What if it dies?
What should I consider when I design an ‘anime’ animal?
What do I look for when I am creating an ‘Animal Monograph’ design?