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This illustration was an assignment for the Pathology course at the University of Toronto Mississauga Biomedical Communications (UTM BMC) master’s program. The assignment was to create a mock two-page spread for a popular scientific magazine describing a pathologic process for an educated lay audience. A head maquette was built in ZBrush, with digital painting of the head model completed in Procreate and Photoshop. Vector assets were created in Illustrator and the tissue cube and remaining assets developed in Photoshop. Final composition and graphic design done in Illustrator.

Audience:
Educated layperson

Date:
December 2019

Instructor:
Shelley Wall

Format:
Print

Media:
Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, Savage Interactive Procreate, Pixologic ZBrush

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