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Individuals who are interested in an art career have many options available to them. Choosing an art career does not involve being a great artist, nor does it involve knowing how to draw. However, it does entail having a vivid imagination. Today, many with an art career use computers for designs and layouts. This is common for graphic designers. On the other hand, drawing skills are required for those who select a career as an illustrator. The advantage to choosing a career in art is that the employment options are endless. Common art careers include oil paintings, drawing, or sculpturing. Although, these careers are exciting, some artist prefer more technical job.

Those who learn about arts often find careers working with newspapers, television, or magazines. These media companies require layouts, photographs, and lettering. There must be a photographer available to shoot pictures, and a layout director available to decide which photos will best suit an article, commercial, or campaign. Art directors are vital for publications because they develop advertising campaigns, assign task for achieving visual goals, and inspect the final ad copy prior to printing.

Architectural is an exciting art career that involves designing structures such as homes, buildings, shopping centers, and so forth. This field is very technical, thus architectures must be skilled in advanced math. Architectural also work directly with graphic designers and renderers. Together, a graphic artist and renderer will create a realistic visual of a proposed structure.

Art careers in film and television include art directors who are responsible for designing props, costumes, and finding suitable shooting locations. Illustrators may work in the film industry, or they may provide pictures for storybooks. Most illustrators work as freelancers. They generally build a portfolio and solicit themselves to production companies and publishers. Hiring an agent is the best way to receive work as an illustrator.

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