With advanced training in modern illustration techniques, life sciences, graphic design and anatomy, a medical illustrator is instrumental in the visual communication of healthcare and medicine. This versatile skillset allows collaboration with medical specialists and researchers so they may effectively communicate with their colleagues, students, patients or other lay audiences. Medical illustrators are proficient in a range of illustration and animation software, enabling them to create images for print and digital platforms. Whether the goal is to educate, promote or inspire, a medical illustrator strives to interweave aesthetic beauty and medical accuracy into every project.
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Deciding how to tell the story, so as to leave your target audience with the right take-away message.
Sketches, storyboards, color studies or script-writing. Multiple drafts will ensure the visual layout and scientific message is just right.
Final edits are made, then the project is delivered in the style and format as requested. On-time delivery is assured.
The artist maintains all copyright of the final product, unless noted in the contract. How many times images will be printed, viewed or redistributed will effect the cost of a project.
Certain surgical procedures or molecular signaling cascades may require more illustrated steps. The amount of scientific information that needs to be conveyed will affect the cost of a project.
Simpler art styles can be just as effective, and may cost less to produce. We are trained to tailor artistic style to best resonate with your target audience, all the while sticking to your budget.
Your timeline for publishing the project will determine cost as well. Simpler illustration styles are less labor intensive, which may allow us to deliver your project on a tight schedule.