Animal Illustration Ideas
Do we love animals? Absolutely.
Should we illustrate animals? Abso-bloody-lutely!
Illustrations of animals are the best advertising materials at all times. So, if you run out of animal ideas, you should remind yourself of the 12 animals in the Chinese Zodiac. To briefly tell you the background, the Chinese Zodiac originated from an ancient folk story "Great Race". The Jade Emperor decreed that the years on the calendar would be named for each animal in the order they reached him. Although this story is mythical, the 12 animals have settled in the Korean culture as meaningful symbols of the years.
As a case in point, Coca-Cola Korea made this amazing advertisement video where a tiger family has a fun dinner and plays with a bottle of Coca-Cola. (2022 is the year of Tiger!) This warms the viewers' hearts and gives them the sense that the brand is starting the new year together with their customers.
As the players in the stock image industry, we feel the strong responsibilities for providing our clients with images of these animals. The quality of the illustrations in TongRo Images platforms inspired by the animal symbols stands out more year by year.
2022 - The year of the Tiger
2021 - The year of the Ox
2020 - The year of the Rat
2019 - The year of the Pig
Your creative ideas won't be limited as long as you know the lovely characteristics that the animals have. The cuteness and the softness of rabbits, the mysteriousness of dragons, the length of snakes, the speediness of horses and so on. The positive aspects of animals can describe the strengths that a product or service has. So why not put these amazing ideas into our plans for our illustration productions? See the below animals of the following years, and plan your creative work.
Reference : WIKIPEDIA, 24 January 2022, Chinese zodiac, WIKIPEDIA <https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chinese_zodiac>