This illustration was created by me when I worked at Jackrabbit design. It was an illustrator that I worked from scratch to finish. It aimed to attract audience to donate soccer accessories to our client’s company.
What did I do?
I draw the soccer kid between 12-15 years old from scratch in the first round. Then showed this design to the internal team for feedback. It has been revised back and forth several times, including adjusting the soccer boy’s standing gesture, figures, and facial expression, etc. Then, I designated a color, matching with their brand color, to the figure, and drew a goal. Finally, by cooperating with colleagues, the soccer boy illustration was put to the marketing website, with tags linking to each of the soccer equipment. You can find the final work down the page below.
I drew the soccer kid at Adobe illustration. Below is showing one of the on-progress versions.
The soccer boy was drawn by me at first to figure out the shape and asked for our team advisees.
Now the illustration has been displayed on the Good Sports website. For fitting the whole illustration in a balanced style, the color of the boy changed a little bit.