As more people are becoming avid readers, some of them would want to visualize the image of what’s happening in the story they are reading, therefore, your works could be of use in this matter. You may become an illustrator of a book and the like.
In addition, teenagers, nowadays, are so fond of reading mangas, magazines, picture books, etc. that they seek colors from those materials; flyers are more appealing to the crowd if they have pictures; even invitations and walls are now being used as canvas of those professional illustrators!
Here are some of the examples of core competencies that you may acquire upon enrolling in this course:
- Drawing tools and materials
- Develop drawing concepts
- Drawing techniques
- Testing techniques
- Preparing work for exhibitions
- Preservation of finished work
- Maintenance of records of your finished works
- Seek feedback for your works
Course durationIllustration NC II simply takes up a minimum of 234 hours to complete.
Below are the basic requirements for this short TESDA course:
-Copy of NSO Birth Certificate
-High School or College diploma
-Certified true copy of transcript of records or Form 137
-Certificate of Good Moral Character
-1x1 and/or 2x2 Pictures
-Basic computer skills
CareersQualified graduates of Illustration NC II may find employment as any of the following:
- Artist in Comic Books
- Book and/or Magazine Illustrator