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Transcript: Entry-Level Illustrator Working Conditions Earnings $20,000 to $30,000 a year Requirements • Formal post-secondary training in illustration or a related field • A strong portfolio Responsibilities Promoting your work and finding clients; creating and delivering illustrations. Earnings Stage 1 llustrator Hydrogen Gas Salesperson Human Cryogenic Maintenance Cloud Storage Data Manager Heli-Taxi Driver Instructor H.A.C.P (Human Android Controls Programmer ) Related Careers Old Jobs Job Description Although a formal degree is generally not needed of illustrators, earning one could help you gain knowledge of professional standards. Also a bachelor's degree in illustration helps you improve drawing skills to find your individual style of illustarting while supporting you in the making of a portfolio. You'll take courses in art history as well as other subjects such as color theory and design elements. A Master's Degree program in illustration is also available. Career Path I Earnings $30,000 to $50,000 a year Requirements • Experience working as an illustrator • A few established clients Responsibilities Promoting your work, finding and gaining clients; creating and delivering illustrations. Education Well Established Illustrator Intermediate Illustrator •Range of typical starting salaries for entry level illustrators: $20,000 - $30,000 a year. •An Intermediate Illustrator with several years of experiece may earn $30.000 - $40,000 a year. •Well-established illustrators may earn up to $70,000 or more. Medical Illustrator Architect Video Game Desginer Fashion Illustrator Graphic/Computer Illustrator Comic Book Artist Set Desiginer Costume Desginer Character Desginer Milk Man Bottle Washer Chimney Sweap Alchemist Bloodletter Earnings $60,000 to $80,000 a year Requirements • Several years of experience working as an illustrator • Business and marketing skills • Many returning clients and corporations Responsibilities Promoting your work, finding and gaining clients; creating and delivering illustrations; possibly teaching a course at a college. Stage 3 Illustrators often work irregular hours and may be required to work evenings and weekends to complete projects. Illustrators usally work in studios or at home. Bonus Question Stage 2 An illustrator uses creative skills in art and design to communicate a story, message or idea. Illustrator's take feedback from the author and adjust the mood and style of images to fit the authors needs. Future Jobs

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