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Digital artists are responsible for creating visual content for a variety of media. They may be tasked with developing illustrations, animations, or other types of artwork that will be used in digital advertisements, websites, television shows, movies, etc.

Digital artists must have an eye for detail and strong creative skills. They must also be able to work well independently as well as in teams. This is because they often collaborate with other designers, marketers, producers, directors, etc. to create the best possible end product.

Job Brief:
A digital artist typically has a wide range of responsibilities, which can include:

● Collaborating with other members of the creative team to develop concepts and designs
● Creating concept art and storyboards to help visualize what a final product will look like
● Creating 2D and 3D art using computer graphics software such as Adobe Photoshop and Maya to design characters, settings, and other elements for use in video games, animation, television shows, and movies
● Reviewing scripts and developing storyboards for animation, infographics, and other visual media applications
● Using computer software to create digital artwork such as illustrations, animations, or graphic designs
● Creating concept art and illustrations for use in marketing materials or advertising campaigns
● Working with directors, producers, actors, and other members of a film crew to create storyboards for movies, television shows, commercials, or video games
● Designing illustrations or other artwork for printed materials such as magazines, brochures, or postcards
● Creating 3D computer models and rendering images using specialized computer graphics software