Continuous Tone Illustration
Design of Inst. Programs
Digital Lab Essentials
Digital Imaging I
Digital Imaging II
Digital Imaging III
Digital Imaging IV
Digital Imaging V
> Illustrating Anatomy
Pen & Ink Illustration
Operating Room Sketching
Research & Thesis
Offered: First semester, first year
Instructors: Gary Lees, Associate Professor
Credits: 3 Credits: 2 Lecture hours and 9 Studio hours per week
Sketching from the cadaver and application of illustration techniques, coordinated with gross anatomy dissection schedule. Emphasis on relationships and accuracy in surgical and radiological approaches. Augmented by autopsy, specimens, and text references.
Regional sketches are assigned based on the progressive dissection of the Human body. In the thorax, abdomen, and pelvis, living placement of the internal organs is emphasized and sketched. One or two illustrations designed for teaching; (one in pen and ink and/or one in continuous tone media). One of the finished plates must include an inset of detail information.
Three half days per week coordinated with the Human Gross Anatomy dissection schedule.
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