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GRAPHIC ARTIST RESUME

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WORK HISTORY (PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE):

Job Title: Graphic artist, Company: New Line Inc
Worked From: (11/2010), To: (11/2017); Reason of Leave: Would be explained during the interview.

ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

My job duties were to:

1) Draw or paints illustrations for use by various media to explain or adorn printed or spoken word

2) Study layouts, sketches of proposed illustrations and related materials to become familiar with assignment

3) Determine style, technique and medium best suited to produce desired effects conform with reproduction requirements, or receives specific instructions regarding these variables

4) Formulate concept and renders illustration detail from models, sketches, memory, and imagination

5) Discuss illustration at various stages of completion makes changes as necessary

6) May select type, draw lettering, lay out material, or perform related duties

7) May be identified according to specific style, technique, medium, subject material or combination of variables

8) May draw or paint graphic material and lettering to be used for title, background, screen advertising, commercial logo, and other visual layouts for motion picture production and television programming be designated Title Artist motion picture, radio-tv broad. .

CV / RESUME OBJECTIVE

Continue working - resuming my career - as graphic artist in an environment where I can express my experience.


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