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Army MOS 25M Multimedia Illustrator     

The Army produces training manuals, newspapers, reports and promotional materials on a regular
basis. Graphic artwork is used in these publications, as well as in signs, charts, posters, television
and motion picture productions. As an integral member of the Army's multimedia team, the
Multimedia Illustrator produces graphic artwork, drawings and other visual displays.

Multimedia Illustrators are primarily responsible for supervising, planning or operating multimedia
imaging equipment in order to produce various kinds of visual displays and documents. Some of
your duties as a Multimedia Illustrator may include:

Create illustrations, layouts, map overlays, posters, graphs and charts in support of Army
combat and non-combat operations

Produce computer-generated graphics
Draw graphs and charts to represent budgets, numbers of troops, supply levels and office organization
Develop ideas and designing posters and signs
Help instructors design artwork for training courses
Draw cartoons for filmstrips and animation for films
Work with television and film producers to design backdrops and props for film sets
Perform maintenance on assigned equipment
Perform preventive maintenance checks and services on assigned vehicles and generators

Training
Job training for a Multimedia Illustrator requires of nine weeks of Basic Training, where you'll learn
basic Soldiering skills, and 13 weeks and one day of Advanced Individual Training and on-the-job
instruction, including practice in preparing graphic designs and illustrations. Part of this time is
spent in the classroom and part in the field. Some of the skills you learn are:

Introduction to graphics, lettering, drawing and layout techniques
Illustration and television graphic techniques
Theory and use of color

Advanced Responsibilities
Advanced level Multimedia Illustrators provides guidance, supervises and trains other Soldiers
within the same discipline. As an advanced level Multimedia Illustrator, you may be involved in:

Direct the manipulation and enhancement of images
Determine media, style, design and technical requirements for other illustrators to create, sequence and develop
presentations
Determine and develop

Related Civilian Jobs
The skills you learn as a Multimedia Illustrator will help prepare you for a future as a graphic
designer or illustrator with government agencies, advertising agencies, web design firms, print
shops or engineering firms. The Army offers certified apprenticeship training programs for some
specialties within this occupation.

Related Army Positions
Combat Documentation / Production Specialist (25V)
Public Affairs Broadcast Specialist (46R)
Civil Affairs Specialist (38B)

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