Anatomy of the dog; skull created with Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop

Digital artwork in medical illustration

Adobe’s Gradient Mesh tool enables Anne to create realistic digital artwork and is especially suited in medical illustration.  It takes time and patience to build a mesh…but the results, as seen here with the dog skull can bring a sensitivity and dynamism to the artwork.

About Anne Corless’s work in the specialist area of bio-sciences illustration:
Anne Corless offers design, illustration and specialist medical, scientific and zoological artwork to clients around the world. Artwork ranges from simple line work, drawings and paintings to complex highly detailed illustrations and can be produced using a variety of media ranging from the traditional; pen and ink, pencil, charcoal and watercolour/ gouache/ acrylic to multi-layered digital artwork using the Adobe Creative Suite.

Based in the UK, Anne is a Professional Member of the Medical Artists’ Association (UK) and a Registered Medical Illustration Practitioner. She is a Professional Member of the Assocation Europeenes des Illustrateurs Medicaux et Scientifiques, the Association of Medical Illustrators (USA), the Association of Illustrators (UK) and The Royal College of Midwives. Anne belongs to the Portrait Society of America and The Cecilia Beaux Forum. Anne is honoured to have her medical artwork featured on Wellcome Images (UK) and in the Medical Illustration Source Book (USA). Her Illustration work can be seen on the following websites; the Association of Illustrators (UK) and Directory of Illustration (USA).

Contact: Tel: 01253 780734
Email: anne@annecorless.com

 

Anne Corless

Anne Corless works in the creative arts as an Artist and Designer, Illustrator and Writer.

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