Description:My company as of now will sell stainless steel water bottles. The bottle will be designed to keep beverages cold for 24 hours and hot for 12 hours. The purpose of the design will be for me to send it to a company that will mass manufacture the bottle.
The heart portion needs to appear more as if it is coming from the inside out vs it being screwed or glued on to the outside of the bottle as it is pictured. It would also only read 'Jorvine'.
Wants:- I will evaluate on the detail as well as its "fit" to be mass manufactured.
- I will not evaluate colors. Use your best judgement.
-The bottle will need to hold no more than 17oz of liquid and able to fit in a standard sized cup holder in your vehicle.
Don't Wants:- The heart should not extend more than half an inch from the bottle.
- I don't want a string
- I don't want it to read "Jorvine Juice" ( I only want Jorvine)
- Blender (newest)
- AutoCAD (newest)
- Cinema 4D (Newest)
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