There are three careers, which I may be aspired to:
Architects are licensed professionals trained in the art, and science of building design.This means the overall artistic appreciation, plus the functional look of buildings, or other structures. They design the overall aesthetic.Artist generally fall into one of three groups:Art Directors formulate design concepts, with presentation approaches for visual communications media.Fine Artists create original artwork using a variety of media combined with their own techniques.Multi-Media artists, (including Animators) create special effects such as animation, films, video, computers, or other electronic media.Service technicians specialize in home entertainment. Their job is to repair a variety of equipment per se, televisions, radios, stereo components, video and audio disc players, etc.Some similarities between these careers are Electronics.
Architecture seems interesting, because it involves computers, and designs: Generally, Architects earn anywhere from $32,000 to $86,000 dollars, (depending on changing business conditions).
Architects work in a comfortable office environment consulting with clients, developing reports/drawings, as well as working with engineers.Sometimes it can be very stressful having to work nights, plus weekends to meet deadlines. Half of all architects work more than 40 hours a week. The majority of jobs were in Architectural firms (most of which employ fewer than five workers).
Architect The career that I would like to pursue is Architect. Architecture Engineering has interested me, since I have heard and learned from it. One of the reasons why this field had surpassed my mind is because of the design architects use. Licensed architects sometimes specialize in one phase of work. Last but not least, they provide professional services to individuals planning a construction ...
A few Architects worked for building contractors or government agencies. To become an Architect you will have to obtain a professional degree in Architecture from one of the 111 schools that are accredited by the National Architectural Accrediting Board (NAAB).
A second alternative option is to acquire one of three degrees in Architecture that are available through colleges, and universities. `
If at all possible, Multi-Media Art, and Animators would be my best interest:Drawing characters, backgrounds, rims, cars, or trucks spends most of my pastime. In addition to drawing, I would also like to partake classes in Animation. Art directors earned $56,880 in 2000, and the highest 10% made more than $109,440 dollars. Artist work about 40 hours a week, but during busy periods, they work overtime to meet deadlines. Artists need patience to develop their profession. Spending long hours drawing, painting, and sculpting, they use all the time there is to finish their projects. Working in studios is the key to promoting and selling their successful works of art. However, this can expose some artist to fumes from glue, paint, ink, plus other materials. Artists who sit at drafting tables or use computers for extended periods may experience back pain, eyestrain, or fatigue. Some Artists work in fine or commercial art studios located in office buildings (while others work in private studios at home).
Studio surroundings usually are well lighted, and ventilated. Many Artists are self-employed or work in motion picture, television, computer software, and just to name a few. Training requirements for Artist may very by specialty. Many colleges in conjunction with universities offer degree programs, leading to the Bachelor in Fine Arts (BFA), and Master in Fine Arts (MFA) degrees. Independent schools of art, and design also offer post-secondary training in the fine arts, leading to an Associate in Art (AA) or Bachelor in Fine Arts (BFA) degree.
In the field of Electronics, I’m sure I would be able to fix almost anything new or old: There would be no limit to how much time I could spend repairing home equipment. Electrical repair shops earn $12.30 an hour (compared to radio, television, and computer stores, which earn about $11.67 an hour).
Customers usually bring small, portable equipment to repair shops for servicing. When larger, less mobile equipment breaks down, customers may pay service technicians repairers to come to their homes. Service technicians work in well-lighted, electrical repair shops (Field technicians, however, spend much time traveling in service vehicles, and working in customer’s residences).
A Comparison of Formal and Avant-Garde Artwork Modern art is a unique creation all it’s own, and since it’s beginnings there have been two very distinct groups present. They are the Formalists and the Avant-Garde. The Formalist group believes in the literal representation of the art work. They value the form used, whether it be how the colors are stressed or the techniques used, over the idea ...
Service technician repairers are usually self-employed. Employers prefer applicants who have a good knowledge of skills, plus experience in electronics. Many applicants gain these skills at vocational training programs, and community colleges. Although the work of repairers is comparatively safe, they must take precautions against minor burns, and electric shock.
Between these three careers, I would most likely choose Multi-Media Art, as well as Animation: My reason for choosing this career is obvious; I have always enjoyed making art. Another reason as to why I would partake in art is animation. With animation, I can make drawings do anything I want it to. Such as, draw a car/truck and then using color illustrations to make it look real, and moving from still life. The last reason for choosing animation is Anime cartoons, and video games: Creating cartoons, like the way people in Japan do, and making real life video games, (such as the Driver series from Reflections and Infogrames) is something I would enjoy doing my whole life.