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!
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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.
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.
Here's some close up images of that fun animation I did over the holidays.
2016 is off to a good start. I've lots of projects lined up for this year and am excited for what's to come. Here's a fun (slightly naughty) little gif for you.
A while back I published images from infographic poster project for the Pathology Lab Process on most of my social sites. I didn't expect the positive responses that happened next and it's such a nice surprise that I sit there at my laptop being really excited. Thank you to all those people who have liked the post and have taken the time to comment on it.
I wanted to re-create a packaging design in 3D but hit a wall when I…well…I don’t have a 3D program to do it. So I turned to Photoshop for some answers...
You might have seen my post on creating alveolar sacs using Photoshop's 3D shape layer tool. The outcome of that experiment has given me the much needed kick up the arse to plan for a proper illustration--procrastination takes the better of me when I focus on my own projects outside of work and I end up doing other things.
I’m all for speeding up my process when it comes to creating a visualization. Hot keys? Hell yeah. Adjustment layers? Oh yes. Masking tools? Yeeeeow-yus. So when it came to drawing a capillary bed on a cluster of alveolar sacs, I wanted to see if there was a quicker way to go about it.