I am attending a CPCC community college and I still cannot makeup my mind about what career I should pursue if I like to draw. What should I major in? If anyone has been in the same situation, please let me know what you did or if you have a job that involves drawing tell me about it and how you like it. I would prefer having a career that I could go anywhere in the world and find a job. What is the average salary that you can get working in such a field? Thanks a lot and God bless you.
I have a degree in Graphic Design and I want to receive a Bachelor's Degree in a field that will compliment my 1st degree, as well as prepare me with the knowledge to run my own entertainment promotion company.
example: We will service to upcoming music artists, models, comedians and provide the marketing and promotion needs for them. Kind of like a one stop shop for album covers, flyers, press release, etc...etc.
Would a degree in Marketing or Advertising be most efficient.
Actually the school that I was looking at teaches both the curriclum of Advertising and Design. They call it Advertsing Design. So it allows me to use my design sense and apply it to Advertising. But will this really help me with promotions?
Art, Fashion, and Design
Community and Public Service
Entertainment and Media
Humanities and Liberal Arts
Which one of these would Photography fall under?? I need it for my speech class and we're doing like practice resumes..
For a junior designer, what is the average annual salary? and for someone with 7 years experience in technical fields, what is the average? what about hourly rates? what is the difference between hourly rates and permanent jobs? and finally, how much is good enough to sustain a good life of a single person in Sydney?
I have great technical art skills, and a large imagination, anything else I need. What would be a good way to get better in my free time, I don't mean just drawing, I mean what to draw, what games to play ect.
I want to do something that involves art or creative in some way or other i have nearly finished my law degree at university and i was just wondering if you have any suggestions ways i can go about this and how hard do you think it will be etc. I am thinking of things along the line of fashion designer, interior designer, production/film maker etc etc Any suggestions/tips are very much appreciated!!
I know that Game Design COULD be possibility but what other jobs would allow a person the write AND draw on a regular basis?
maybe invovle computers as well but it doesn't necessarily have to ;)
As someone with no formal college education, what majors/classes would i have to take to become a video game developer? I dont have access to good big schools, I've grown up with video games all my life and I really want to make my own. Any tips would be great.
I'm 17 years old and video games are one of my interest, i wanna make them or help make them. What are some classes I should be taking during High School? And what classes should I take during Collage?
I am going to do my GCSE's this year but i dont know what job to go for i need a quite high paid job so if you know anyone that will be a great help also if you know the qualifications greatt
Thank you !!
I need a website of a school(s) that gives info on getting classes for college to get a degree in video game designing/ a bachelors degree in Digital Entertainment and Game Design.
We need the website for our research, plsease.
I want games that have no battles but just a lil fighting, but nothing killing, I want something were you can date get married and have pets. Something you DO NOT have to use REAL money unless for vip.I want something like were you can e********y. I have found two games, but i want more i get board.
I want to be a famous director, so im looking for a great college to get into. So i hear that Full sail is the best place.
Is there a job that would pay more than at least 40K a year with that kind of degree?
Just want to know if its worth it, or if it's a complete sham.
I'm in my last year of high school, what courses should i take to prepare be for post secondary school. ( University.
What programs do i need to take in Universities, and what else do i need to do?
What universities in Canada offer these programs and opportunities?
I know about webkinz neopets marapets runescape adventurequest milleville clubpenguin and wizard 101.
It doesn't have to be a website it can be something virtual too. Some of the websites i like are wizard 101 (virtual) and webkinz. I like something you can sign up for and can chat too.
I've already heard of/tried habbo, runescape, gaia, imvu, etc.
i'm looking for different sites where you can chat with others or even make a character similar to habbo.
I will be graduating from my Graphic Design course in a few months, and I am really hoping to get into magazine layout design. It's just... I don't know where I want to work or who I want to work for! Does anybody know of any small boutique design studios or bigger businesses etc, that do magazine layout design??
I am looking for work in Melbourne, Australia.