A Drive to License: A Working Method for the Application and Integration of Various Mediums, Techniques, and Technologies in the Creation and Licensing of Art-Related Products with the Potential for Monetary Gain
Javel, Colin C.
Savannah, Ga. : Savannah College of Art and Design
Thesis (M.F.A.) -- Illustration
Savannah College of Art and Design -- Department of Illustration
Includes bibliographical references (p.38).
This thesis describes my somewhat haphazard journey into the world of art, the development of a product, and a plan to produce and market it. It identifies my early influences and my transition as an artist from complex monotone drawings to colorful, child-oriented work. My undergraduate training in graphics arts and imaging technology, combined with my graduate training in illustration, permitted me to apply my artistic talent and specific interests in a way that is financially self-sustaining and has the ability to benefit society by inspiring the imaginations of others. Keys to achieving my goals of artistic satisfaction and financial success are the working method I developed and the products I have recently created.
CHAIR: Foerster, John
PDF : 38 p. : ill
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