From design to painting: How a Toast is born – 1
This post uses an example to explain the process flow from the time we get your inputs, until the delivery of the Toast.
Once you provide us with your inputs – pictures, theme, props and other requirements – our creative team brainstorms and designs the toast by combining the input elements in the best possible way. We do this first trial run free of cost, and provide a digital version for your review.
If you want to make changes at this stage, we are glad to incorporate them into the design. We are open to doing as many iterations as required, since it is important that we get the design right before going ahead! Here’s an example of a typical sample:
Once you receive the trial sample, you get back to us with feedback and we incorporate modifications until you are satisfied with how your Toast will look. The payment is done at this stage, before our professional painters render the agreed upon design onto canvas.
Here’s how the final Toast looks. It is a near faithful rendition of the original design, only better since it is embellished by the hand-crafted brilliance of oil on canvas!
PS – The girl in the painting is a painter herself – hence the colourful theme, highlighting the things that make her happy: the painting tools and the free-spirited girl on the left bottom of the picture, and a happy picture of her husband and her!
Want to have a Toast of your own? Get in touch with us right now! Drop us a mail at email@example.com, or use the contact form on the right pane of this blog.