This project was created early in my training as a biomedical communicator at the University of Toronto, under the guidance of Professor Dave Mazierski.

I used carbon dust to convey the anatomical form, and added text in Adobe Illustrator.

A pencil sketch of the superficial palm A pencil sketch of the nasal septum A pencil sketch of the bones of the foot
A few of the sketches I made at the University of Toronto's anatomy museum

The research stage involved studying real anatomical specimens, taken together with reference texts. Once the initial sketch was reviewed and verified for accuracy, I used carbon dust to render the bones.

Converting the pencil sketch to a carbon dust rendering




The final step was to scan and clean up, and add labels.

Bones of the Foot, by Christine P'ng