Living Circuits: A CRISPR NOR Gate

|Client: Prof. Derek Ng |Format: 11 x 17″ magazine spread |Audience: Popular science, general |Tools: Cinema4D, Chimera, Photoshop, Illustrator Lessons Learned: Molecular modelling, Chimera, epmv, compositing, molecular visualization principles Process Work CRISPR is one of the biggest science stories of the decade. However, most visualizations on CRISPR focuses on its structure and mechanism; the system’s […]

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Coding A Moral Machine: Editorial Cover

|Client: Prof. Marc Dryer |Format: 8.3 x 11” cover art |Audience: popular science, general |Tools: Autodesk Maya, Adobe Illustrator Lessons Learned: rigging, character/animal modelling, car modelling, wireframe shader, MASH Process Work

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Human Cranium And Carbon Dust

|Client: Prof. Dave Mazierski |Format: 8.5×11″ print |Audience: anatomy students, general |Tools: traditional, Photoshop Lessons Learned: observational drawing, lighting techniques,basic layout, carbon dust What can I say, as a traditional technique developed by medical illustrators for medical illustrators, carbon dust is fun, fun, fun. These illustrations are developed by sketching plastic skull models. Here are […]

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Flu Facts Pink Sheet

Flu Fact Pink Sheet – A Redesign    “Protect the Circle of Life – The Flu and You” is a patient education piece targeting the Native American community. The original design was designed for print as a 2-page letter size (8.5×11’’) document. Though the document takes the target audience’s cultural background and literacy level into […]

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BMC Admission Portfolio

Portraits: The admission portfolio asks for Four examples of observational life drawing, including the human figure (clothed or nude), hands, feet or portraits. For this category, I included a commisioned digital sketch. The project came from a (then) new mom struggling to find a good picture of she and her baby right after the baby was born. […]

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