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Javier Martinez - Freelance Digital Art & Caricature Art
435
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5.0
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JAVIER MARTÍNEZ SÁNCHEZ SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS Highly creative and multitalented Graphic Designer and Illustrator with extensive experience in multimedia, illustration and print design. Exceptional collaborative and interpersonal skills. Passionate and inventive creator; accustomed to performing in deadline-driven environments with an emphasis on working within budget...
Santiago, Santiago Metropolitan, Chile

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CURRICULUM VITAE GRETCHEN KUNBERGER 260-478-4095 gkunberger@aol.com kunbergg@ipfw.edu EDUCATION MLS 2010 Indiana University-Purdue University Master in Liberal Arts Fort Wayne, Indiana Concentration in Fine Art/Painting -Studying under Dr. Audrey Ushenko BFA 1999 Indiana University-Purdue University Bachelor of Fine Art Fort Wayne, Indiana -Painting -Studying under Dr. Audrey Ushenko ACA 1986 Indiana University-Purdue University Associates in Commercial Art Fort Wayne, Indiana -Graphic Design PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE • 2010-Present Associate Faculty Brown Mackie College, Fort Wayne, IN • 2000-Present Associate Faculty Indiana University-Purdue University, Fort Wayne, IN Courses Taught • Craft and Design Introduce students to the formal elements of two and three dimensional design and how these apply to contemporary crafts. Aesthetic judgment and personal creativity is emphasized. Fundamental drawing and painting skills are introduced. Intro to painting methods and media and the further application of basic principles of composition through varied pictorial problems from still life, landscape, memory and imagination. This course required for elementary education majors. • Drawing Fundamental 1 Teaching the fundamentals of representational drawing through the drawing of simple objects, forms, volumes in line, tone, texture using simple tools and free-hand drawing skills with a variety of techniques and media; emphasis on sound understanding of design, values, proportion and perspective. • Drawing Fundamentals /non-art majors Introduce students to the basic elements of drawing, line, shape, value, and perspective before moving on to more complex use of color. Landscape and still life are the source of subject matter. • Art History Introduce students to a clear understanding of the concepts, styles, techniques and knowledge of artists working from prehistoric through the modern periods of art. 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Relevant Employment: A. Duck Illustrations, Wheaton, IL 60189 May 1991-Present I have created, developed and rendered cartoons for over a dozen of books, ranging in topics from self-help/diet, trains, lawn care, science and math. For 9 years I have been creating monthly cartoons and technical illustrations for the NSTA’s “Science & Children” magazine. I have written, storyboarded, created art, laid out and directed animation shorts to accompany some of the “Science & Children” columns. I have designed and created customized clip art, novelty items, logos, caricatures, storyboards, character designs and cartoons for clients. College of DuPage, Glen Ellyn, IL 60137 Jan. 2000-May 2013 Part-Time Faculty I have inspired adult students of all ages to watercolor, illustrate, storyboard and draw cartoons for school and personal projects. After being assigned to teach introductory classes for the Animation Program, I was instrumental in evaluating and restructuring them. Education: Northern Illinois University, Dekalb, Illinois — BFA, 6/1978 - 5/1991 Illinois Institute of Art, Schaumburg, IL 2009 - 2010 College of DuPage, Glen Ellyn, IL 1985 - Present Media Skills Watercolor, Brush & Ink, Graphite, Color Pencil, Marker Computer Skills Illustrator, Photoshop, After Effects, Keynote, Audience Relevant Experience • Science and industrial technical illustrations (samples available)
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My name is Rebecca Ridenour.I am an aspiring artist.I would love to do even a very small job to help get me started in the art world.I am 17 years old and will be attending the Art Institute in Nashville Tennesee next year.I don't require much pay i would just love a chance to show of my skills.
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