Profession digital artist
Digital artists create art which applies digital technology as an essential part of the creative process. Digital art is usually created using computers or more specialised digital equipment. It may be enjoyed using the same instruments, shared over the internet, or presented using more traditional media.
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- Artistic / Investigative
- Labour legislation
Legislation, on a national or international level, that governs labour conditions in various fields between labour parties such as the government, employees, employers, and trade unions.
- Intellectual property law
The regulations that govern the set of rights protecting products of the intellect from unlawful infringement.
- Art history
The history of art and artists, the artistic trends throughout centuries and their contemporary evolutions.
- Develop design concept
Research information to develop new ideas and concepts for the design of a specific production. Read scripts and consult directors and other production staff members, in order to develop design concepts and plan productions.
- Use specialised design software
Developing new designs mastering specialised software.
- Define artistic approach
Define your own artistic approach by analysing your previous work and your expertise, identifying the components of your creative signature, and starting from these explorations to describe your artistic vision.
- Gather reference materials for artwork
Gather samples of the materials you expect to use in the creation process, especially if the desired piece of art necessitates the intervention of qualified workers or specific production processes.
- Monitor developments in technology used for design
Identify and explore recent developments in technology and materials used in the live performance industry, in order to create an up-to-date technical background for one’s personal design work.
- Develop animations
Design and develop visual animations using creativity and computer skills. Make objects or characters appear lifelike by manipulating light, colour, texture, shadow, and transparency, or manipulating static images to give the illusion of motion.
- Create digital images
Create and process two-dimensional and three-dimensional digital images depicting animated objects or illustrating a process, using computer animation or modelling programs.
- Confer on artwork
Introduce and discuss the nature and content of art work, achieved or to be produced with an audience, art directors, catalogue editors, journalists, and other parties of interest.
- Convert into animated object
Convert real objects into visual animation elements, using animation techniques such as optical scanning.
- Have computer literacy
Utilise computers, IT equipment and modern day technology in an efficient way.
- Create pen-and-paper images
Draw pen-and-paper images and prepare them to be edited, scanned, coloured, textured and digitally animated.
- Contextualise artistic work
Identify influences and situate your work within a specific trend which may be of an artistic, aesthetic, or philosophical natures. Analyse the evolution of artistic trends, consult experts in the field, attend events, etc.
Optional knowledge and skillsprepare digital art for master photograph plan art educational activities participate in artistic mediation activities assess conservation needs develop artistic project budgets develop educational resources design materials for multimedia campaigns present exhibition keep personal administration develop educational activities operate 3d computer graphics software
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