Illustration and Drawing

Students who are skilled artists and who wish to make a living applying their talent may elect to study illustration and drawing. Some employers require bachelor's degrees. Read on to learn more about how to build a career in illustration.

Inside Illustration and Drawing

Illustrators and drawers, generally known as artists, must possess a creative mind and an ability to communicate through design. These artists can work in a number of different fields, including cartooning and sketch art. Illustrators typically create images for books, magazines, stationery and many other products. Some illustrators even work in the medical field, such as those who create illustrations of human or animal anatomy for surgeries and other medical procedures.

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