I had the joy of being interviewed for Impulse Magazine, a magazine run by the students of Napier University. It was a great experience as it puts everything into perspective and gave me the opportunity to reflect on how far I have come since art school.
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In this tutorial we will be looking at how to create a cell division cluster (Metaballs) in Autodesk Maya. This can also be applied to older versions of Maya but I am using Maya 2018 here. There are a few different ways you can approach cell division in Maya, but I think this is quite a simple and effective method... and it avoids scripting!
In this medical illustration video I describe the process of creating red blood cells in Adobe Illustrator. It is a super easy and quick way to make red blood cells using the revolve tool and symbol sprayer.
I spent my weekend down in Bristol at the Association Européenne des Illustrateurs Medicaux et Scientifiques (AEIMS) Congress 2015. The congress was hosted by the founder of Limbs and Things, Margot Cooper.
I had a truly wonderful weekend learning from some of the successful artists within the field of Medical and Forensic Art.
I was contacted by the editors of The Lumen magazine and asked to feature some of my work in their first edition. They were also very keen on having two of my drawing featured on the front and back page. I was very happy to have my work featured, it is always lovely when someone takes the time to really look at my work and the work have any kind of impact.