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LATEST ISSUE - Raw Vision #77 | Raw Vision Magazine RobynSurbuts : monkey orchid... Illustrator: Job description An illustrator uses creative skills in art and design to communicate a story, message or idea. Illustrators work to commercial briefs to inform, persuade or entertain a client's intended audience, adjusting the mood and style of images accordingly. They usually specialise in a particular design medium, like drawing, photography or digital illustration. Work is predominantly freelance, and possible markets include: editorial - magazines, newspapers and comics; books; advertising - posters, storyboards, press; fashion - forecasting; merchandising - greetings cards, calendars, t-shirts, ceramics, etc; corporate work - brochures, catalogues; multimedia - TV, film, computer games, websites, apps, animation. Specialist areas include scientific, technical and medical illustration. Typical work activities Responsibilities and activities typically involve:

Kreativ1.no Animation Backgrounds Artinliverpool.com - Liverpool Arts and Culture Illustrator: job description Illustrators are commissioned to produce still drawings for use in advertisements, books, magazines, packaging, greetings cards and newspapers. What does an illustrator do? Typical employers | Qualifications and training | Key skills Most illustrators are self-employed and run their own studios or work from home. Typical responsibilities of the job include: liaising with editors, authors or designers negotiating contracts and timescales undertaking relevant research and generating ideas drawing rough sketches for approval producing final illustrations promoting and running the business Whereas graphic designers work on the bigger picture, eg page layout, illustrators do more drawing, though there can be some overlap between the two, particularly when working for a smaller employer. Typical employers of illustrators Illustrators may be employed by design consultancies, advertising agencies or publishers. Qualifications and training required Key skills for illustrators

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