ANATOMY

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Title: External Anterior Heart Anatomy
Tools: Graphite, Photoshop CC, Illustrator CC
Format: Print
Audience: Medical Students

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Title: Cross Sections showing compartments of Lower Limb
Tools: Photoshop CC, Illustrator CC
Format: Web
Client: Royal College of Surgeons
Audience: Medical Students

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Title: Muscle Attachments of the Posterior Scapula
Tools: Watercolour, Photoshop CC, Illustrator CC
Format: Print
Purpose: Intended to show medical students the many attachment points for muscles on the posterior scapula.  
Audience: Medical Students

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Title: Dissection Drawing
Tools: Graphite, Photoshop CC
Format: Print
Supervisors and project advisors: Prof C. Erolin, Lecturer, MSc’s Medical & Forensic Art; J. Cameron, Director of Education for the Medical Artists’ Education Trust; Dr C. Carr, Lecturer, Anatomy within CAHID.
Purpose: This project served as an introduction to pen & ink as well as Wacom tablet techniques to convey line weight and orientation to describe form and volume. This illustration was based on a preserved anatomical specimen in the Anatomy Museum at the University of Dundee, following image capture protocol. 
Audience: Medical and Undergraduate Science Students

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Title: Vertebrae
Tools: Maya Autodesk
Purpose: To show vertebrae anatomy and overall mesh topology.

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Title: Facial Nerve Model
Tools: Clay, Plasticine, Wire, Ceramic Eyes
Format: Anatomical Model
Supervisor and project advisor: Prof C. Erolin, Lecturer, MSc’s Medical & Forensic Art; Dr C. Carr, Lecturer, Anatomy within CAHID.
Purpose: To aid in the development of fundamental facial reconstruction techniques as well as the ability to create anatomical models that are both creative and informative.  
Audience: General public and science students

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Title: Diaphragm
Tools: Watercolour, Photoshop CC
Format: Print
Audience: Medical Students

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Title: Clavicle
Tools: Photoshop CC
Format: Print
Supervisor: Prof. C. Erolin, Lecturer, MSc’s Medical & Forensic Art.
Audience: Medical Students