In the crit

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Abstract

In The Crit When being a stylist or a copyist no longer cuts the mustard, critical thinking is more important than ever for professional illustrators. Roderick Mills and Jasper Goodall examine that special space called The Crit where students first learn to reflect on their image- making, their creative thinking and ultimately their professional, artistic and personal ambition.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherAssociation of illustrators
Place of PublicationVaroom! The Illustration Report
Publication statusPublished - 5 Nov 2012

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Mills, R., & Goodall, J. (2012, Nov 5). In the crit. Varoom! The Illustration Report: Association of illustrators.
Mills, Roderick ; Goodall, Jasper. / In the crit. 2012. Varoom! The Illustration Report : Association of illustrators.
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