Introduction What is Illustration? Influence and Significance The Future 1 History of Illustration Where has it come from? Time Line 2 A Working Art Where Illustration is seen Illustration and Industry Professional Practice Opportunities A Map of Contexts 3 Interpreting and Meeting a Brief An Introduction to Problem-solving and Process Identifying Needs Contextual Analysis Information Gathering and Research Strategies Acquiring reference Subject Matter Conceptualisation and Generating Ideas Realisation through Completion 4 A New Practice: Illustration and Research The Theorist-Practitioner The Research Project Authorship Glossary Appendix The Illustrator's Agent References Index
A book offering essential information for illustrators to help them fulfill their briefs when creating their artwork for clients, looking at how illustration is used today, the needs of the client and target audience.
Alan Male is an illustrator and writer, and a regular contributor to magazines and journals, UK.
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