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Q: What does Что значит "I want to become scientific illustrator" ? Пожалуйста, переведите на русский язык

What means "I want to become scientific illustrator" mean?
A: I have never heard of a "scientific illustrator" before, I had to look it up on google.

It sounds like their job is to draw things associated with science, and they have to be very accurate drawings.

https://gnsi.org/science-illustration/careers-ed
"The principle task of the scientific illustrator is to prepare accurate renderings of scientific subjects. These illustrations are designed for reproduction in professional or popular journals in the field of natural sciences, textbooks, as museum exhibits, web sites, and many other applications.
Scientific illustrations in both traditional and digital formats provide a visual explanation and aid the viewer by clarifying complex descriptive information. The function of a scientific illustration, therefore, is essentially a practical one: to inform, to explain, and to instruct — in short, to communicate."

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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? illustrator
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Q: “I'm an illustrator.
My work currently revolves around picture books and book covers.
I also create personal artworks that is concerned with a wintry scene, and imaginary creaures and places.”
does this sound natural?
A: Instead of “that is concerned with“ you could say. “That is based around“
Q: I’m an illustrator in Japan.
I usually draw manga style characters. does this sound natural?
A: I agree with this sounds very natural.

The only suggestion I would say, is instead of 'usually' I would use 'mainly', to put more ownership and possession in your sentence.
Q: I am working as an illustrator in Japan, but this illustration is original work. does this sound natural?
A: "but" is a contrasting word, like でも。

As an illustrator in Japan, your original work is to be expected.

Or do you mean it is someone else's work?
Q: I found some illustrators' profile of their websites write "based in+country/city" Ex:based in London

Does that means they come from London? Or it means they living in London now?
A: Lives in London now

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