Well done, you’ve created a website. Now it’s time to get your work out there. This tutorial will go through the social media accounts that best apply to a medical artist for self promotion.
This tutorial is filled with worksheets and resources to help you create a website that best describes what you do as a specialist artist.
I'm delighted to be participating in IMICON2016. I'll be hosting a workshop on web portfolio design as well as showcasing what I do at the University of Dundee, School of Medicine.
Emily and I do an impromptu interview during a dental school face painting session.
Here's a Photoshop tutorial to show you how I draw muscles for medical illustration.
I'm excited to share with you another speed drawing of a poster that will be part of the p53 molecule exhibit at the Dundee Design Festival--opening today!
If anyone is in Dundee next Friday for the Dundee Design Festival, I'll be doing a short talk with some of my colleagues about our collaborative work on a medical animation we've produced for medical education.
This tutorial is useful for a beginner looking to create their first cell model Using Autodesk Maya this tutorial shows you how to create a simple cell for your medical animation.
I'm really excited to tell you guys that I'll be participating in the Dundee Design Festival that will be launching on the 25th of May. Here's a speed drawing video of a piece of work that will be shown.
Last summer I snuck in a few non medical illustration projects. The majority of them involved designing wedding invitations.
I made a video about the uses of Sketchfab within the medical and dental school. It's had great feedback from the Sketchfab community so I thought I'd share it all with you.
In this post I talk about my process for creating this series of medical illustrations of the inner ear anatomy.
In the next few weeks I'll be sharing my process for an inner ear medical illustration. Here's a sneak peak animated short of the layer breakdown I did in Photoshop.
I was not expecting to be interviewed when I told my managers about my IMI silver award.
An interactive 3D model of the anatomy of the inner ear, created from segmented MRI data.
I am super excited to say that I've won an award for my work at the 2015 Institute of Medical Illustrator's conference.
A photoshop speed painting to show you how I quickly render out bone cross sections for medical illustration.
Here's some close up images of that fun animation I did over the holidays.