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Art Teacher:

Art teachers work in school and community settings, instructing students in the basic principles of art and art history. Art teachers supervise and assist students, grade artwork, encourage creativity and teach techniques in a variety of mediums. Art history teachers spend much of their time focusing on didactic instruction, since art history courses primarily focus on the history of art through different eras. Art teacher may choose to specialize not only in the instruction of a particular age group, but also in art mediums such as paint, pencil, charcoal, pastels and even photography.

Art Director:

Art Director work in animation production studies, advertising firms, games, design companies graphic design firms, web design firms, films and T.V studious Newspaper and books publisher, museums and colleges. Art directors handle the whole overall scope of a project in a huge variety of fields.

BG Painter:

A background artist or sometimes called a background stylist or background painter is one who is involved in the process of animation who establishes the colour, style, and mood of a scene drawn by an animation layout artist. The work of background artist can be seen in motion picture, television, games and other farms of media


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.

Logo Designer:

Logo designers create graphical and typographical symbols that represent a company or product in presentations and on websites and packaging. During the course of design development, a graphic artist confers with clients to discuss concepts, prepare initial sketches of ideas and layout the logo design, often using computer illustration software. Logo designers might work with researchers who study a target audience, as well as with advertising specialists to effectively produce a logo that achieves brand recognition.

Web designer:

A web designer creates the look, layout and features of a website. The job involves understanding both graphic design and computer programming. Once a website is created, a designer helps with maintenance and additions to the website. They work with development teams or managers for keeping the site up-to-date and prioritizing needs, among other task.

3D Designer & Sketcher:

Three-dimensional (3D) artists may find employment in a variety of places, using computer and film technology to create still or moving 3D creations. A 3D artist may work in media production to create elements for video games or 3D movies. Some 3D artists have the flexibility to work from home. These artists may also work in the growing field of medical illustration, creating 3D images of anatomy for research and diagnostics. Fine 3D artists may produce large or small sculptures from any material, such as clay, wood or metals. These fine 3D artists usually work from a studio and may be found in any city in the

Graphic designer:

Graphic designers create visual concepts, by hand or using computer software, to communicate ideas that inspire, inform, or captivate consumers. They develop the overall layout and production design for advertisements, brochures, magazines, and corporate reports. Graphic design is important in the sales and marketing of products, and is a critical component of brochures and logos. Therefore, graphic designers also referred to as graphic artists or communication designers, often work closely with people in advertising and promotions, public relations, and marketing.

2d animator:

2D animators create characters, storyboards, and backgrounds for animation in a two-dimensional space. 2D animators help create websites, video games, advertisements, and videos. Job titles may include:

Assistant Animator
Character Designer
Storyboard Artist

Most 2D animators work with art directors, artists, editors, and producers to create their final designs so interpersonal skills are required. They work closely with their co-workers and clients to ensure they deliver a great final product

Commercial Artist:

Commercial artists apply their creative expertise to help businesses sell and market their wares. In consultation with their client or art director, a commercial artist defines a project's scope, advises how to reach the desired audience, and how the design will convey the intended message. Using this information, the artist creates visual graphics or audio images for use on websites and in sales and marketing materials. Designs are created using a number of media, including illustration, paint, photography, and computer software. Advertising, marketing and public relations all rely on effective design, and commercial artists often collaborate with others in these departments.

Set Designer:

A great set design helps to bring out the best in any television, movie or stage production. Set designers create the overall look of a theatre, television or film production. In the film and TV industry they are often known as production designers and in the theatre as stage designers. If you are good at drawing and model making, and you want to work in film, TV or theatre, this job could be perfect for you.

Free Lancer Artist:

freelance artist means that the artist is contracted by either private individuals or companies to do paintings, drawings or graphics. The artist is not considered an employee of the company and is listed as a independent contractor. There are many different types of freelance artists. A graphic designer puts together fonts, logos, and website graphics for companies. The portraitist is an artist that is hired specifically to do paintings and drawings of individuals. An illustrator is an artist that makes drawings and paintings for books, magazines and comics. Cartoonists, sculptors and multi-media artists are also considered freelance artists.