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If you're interested in learning the unique set of creative skills required to work as a cartoonist, consider Penn Foster Career School's Certificate in Artistry - Cartooning program. Learn more about the Certificate in Artistry - Cartooning program here.
Penn Foster Career School's Certificate in Artistry - Cartooning program is a program designed for aspiring artists. Instruction covers cartooning, drawing, and art business concepts. The diploma is an at-home learning program that students can complete at their own pace. Penn Foster provides all instructional materials, including text and art supplies. At the end of the program, students are eligible for job placement assistance, as well as professional help in putting together their resume.
If you're considering enrolling in Penn Foster's Certificate in Artistry- Cartooning program, you may have some experience in drawing or animation. Applicants to Penn Foster Career School's programs should be at least 18 years old.
The Certificate in Artistry - Cartooning program is divided into three instruction sets, each of which consists of three lessons. Students receive tools and art supplies for each instruction set.
|Instruction Set 1||Drawing Essentials|
|Instruction Set 2||Skills for Cartooning|
|Instruction Set 3||Presentation and Business Skills for the Artist|
After completing Penn Foster Career School's Certificate in Artistry - Cartooning program, you could seek positions as a professional artist or cartoonist.
You could receive additional education in cartooning by enrolling in an associate's degree program. A degree program may provide you with the opportunity to learn more about the art and animation industry. Associate's degree programs may provide additional hands-on instruction opportunities. Students could also pursue specialized certifications. Associate's degrees that you could pursue include: