Have you ever wondered how elaborate scenes and characters are imagined for movies or how fantastical worlds are realized in video games? That’s the job of the visual developer. Study composition, perspective, environment design, figure drawing and character design—everything you’ll need to embark on a creatively rewarding visual development career.
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Director of Visual Development
The job of the art director is to oversee and unify the visual look of a project. You’ll control the overall look of the project, and make creative decisions based on mood, style, and target audience
As a character and creature designer, you’ll help create the standard appearance for a character including poses and gestures.
Working with art directors and designers, production artists are responsible for creating assets across various marketing initiatives in keeping with the visual style of the product.
Using standard tools, a vector artist recreates images for high-resolution output such as for billboards, printing, and 3D modeling.
As a matte painter, you’ll create paintings to be used in photography and special effects to combine disparate elements into a single final image.
Creating visual representations of images, the concept artist is responsible for creating and realizing ideas to be used in films, comics, animated movies, and video games.
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Associate Director of Visual Development
Motion Pictures & Television
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