Wednesday, March 31, 2010

surgical sequential illustration

It's the end of the month, so it's time for another (small) image dump! School has been keeping me excessively busy and sleep-deprived, but i really should try to update as i go...

Anyway, here is the final surgical sequence i have been working on. It's been through maaaaany revisions, but there will be more changes, i'm sure (aka getting feedback from professor tomorrow morning...). The surgical illustration course has been a painful one thus far because of the importance of tiny details (e.g. sutures with thickness = bane of my existence). But at the same time, i feel like it somewhat suits my obsessive nature lol!

Aortic valve replacement
graphite on paper, each 11x14" + labels in Adobe Illustrator CS4

i am currently working on a layout that combines a couple of these steps, and i'll be producing a full greyscale tonal render of this soon (translation: it's due next week...)


a_ndy said...

Why are you so cool? Just sayin'

Joyce said...

Don't be jealous. 8D;;;
(you'll get your OR time soon enough!)