I loved working with Taina Litwak and Alex Konstantinov. Alex, who is a research scientist at the Smithsonian, is also an accomplished artist and was a great help to my illustrations for accuracy. Taina taught me quite a few tips and tricks and helped me a great deal with speeding up my workflow.
My first attempt at digital illustration was completed in December of 2013. It wasn’t great at all, but I knew I really wanted to push myself to learn digital illustration. I spent my winter holiday doodling away on my tablet and slowly but surely felt like I made real progress with the tool.
I'm currently working on a 3D medical animation about compartment syndrome. With something so complicated I really want to make sure I have all the tiny detailed ironed out before I jump into animating.
My Cover Design entry for the novel Springtime in Lawrence Park by Arnold Logan has won! After reading the first chapter I came up with a few different illustration ideas. The winning design description is written below:
I was working on a few rough designs for a couple weeks in Maya. First trying to think about building onto a previous shelf I built. However, based on the number of books we managed to unpack we realized that we needed that first full shelf and then another.
I spent 3 months at the Royal College of Surgeons as the sole Medical Artist for the College. I spent a fair bit of time in the Wellcome Pathology Museum as well as in the Hunterian doing simple line illustrations of paediatric specimens for the post grad certificate course.