I'd love to be one of those convention-hopping webcomic artists, since the idea of being able to write/draw my own product completely by myself is really appealing, but I'm aware that isn't exactly the most lucrative business. I'll probably end up in illustration, but I think concept art would be my preferred job outside of webcomics.
I can't draw, but if I could it'd be for doing some web comics, nothing really official that anyone would put me on their payroll for; er, there might be webcomics on a payroll, i don't know, but it'd mostly be just for creative purposes or something? I'm not really sure what I'm saying.
I voted Illustrations, but only because I'm better at them right now! I definitely want to get into concept art and character design though. My goal is to sort of combine all of those together into a super-art-field! But really, I think that they all fit really well together and you kinda need them for each other. It's so fun!
Both of them are needed for a tattoo artist. Usually someone who doesn't really have connections to tattooing won't understand what's needed in a tattoo design and how detailed it's possible for it to be Not to mention that you can't tattoo if you can't draw, understanding lines, shading and colors is just as important when tattooing as it is for any artist.
I love concept art, but as far as using my art as a job goes, I need to get better at character design. Job options for me include designing video game/MMO characters/monsters, and also writing comics/manga, or at least the covers for regular books. So character design is important I suppose.. ; v ;
I would definitely follow concept design, more so because character design comes so naturally to me. If I had better skills with photoshop I'd probably do book covers since I'm driving to publish my stories. XD
It is very fun! And at first it was hard but once you get the hang of it it just flows right out of my fingers. Its not great if you love having beautiful hands cause you can get cut or burned if your not careful.
yep indeed. Actually I think if you manage your skills in more fields, your work will improve a lot and in a better and more personal way. Pay attention: in my humble opinion, at firts you should improve your skills on one thing only (I mean to focus for example into illustration and get all bases of it), and then bring your knowledge and experience in other stuff...I think it's even very challenging and never boring.
Voted for illustration but I'm torn between that and concept art... come to think of it I'd do book covers as well I can't decide. I'd love to do it all, but illustration and concept art are the two main things I'd like to work with.