Archive for the ‘Drawing’ Category
The continuation of one of my rough sketches in Photoshop. The illustration is showing acute endocarditis infection of the valves of the heart by the bacteria Staphylococcus aureus, which results in the formation of vegetations. Vegetations are a mass of platelets, fibrin, microcolonies of microorganisms, and some inﬂammatory cells.
The illustration is not done yet. I am still deciding on coloration, and I need to work on adding more value in some areas.
A few rough sketches from a series of illustrations that I have begun working on.
I have completed my newt illustration. My professor had some great suggestions to improve my illustration, most of which I implemented within my illustration. One suggestion that I really liked was adding a light effect in Photoshop to the illustration. I did not know that light effects existed in Photoshop, and I really like how adding that light provides a central focus to the illustration.
Figure drawings from the last figure drawing session of the semester.
For my last project in my independent study in Photoshop, I am drawing a red-spotted newt. This illustration incorporates the heart of the amphibian in a similar fashion to how the zebrafish illustration included its heart. Again though I actually prefer the illustration without the inset of the heart.
I am really enjoying working on this illustration. I feel like I’m done, but I meet with my professor on Thursday to see what changes may be necessary to improve the illustration.
I have finally completed my zebrafish illustration. I had the most trouble trying to find a good place for my heart inset. I like the illustration a more so without the heart, but I do like the solution I was able the develop for the heart inset. That is all thanks to my classmate Caroline. I have included both illustrations. One with the heart inset, and the other without. There are still some minor tweaks that I need to do to the illustration to fully finish the illustration, but overall it is complete.