This illustration was a collaborative assignment for the Neuroanatomy course at the University of Toronto Mississauga Biomedical Communications (UTM BMC) master’s program. Chloe Ng researched the topic, drew base sketches and established the page’s graphical design. Miranda MacAskill created selections and linework in Illustrator and I performed the final rendering in Photoshop and Procreate.
Biology and medical students
David Mazierski and Shelley Wall
Chloe Ng and Miranda MacAskill
Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop, Savage Interactive Procreate
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