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What I love about this animation, besides it’s important message concerning coral reefs, is it’s visual interpretation of underwater sea-life. This animation has a unique sense of depth while using flat 2D elements (which leads me to believe that it is in fact made in 3D, but given flat shaders). 89 more words

2D Animation

'Worlds Within' reveals hidden world of plants

By The Hunt Institute for Botanical Documentation

The Hunt Institute for Botanical Documentation presents “Worlds Within,” a
unique collaboration between the Hunt Institute (September 22 to December 15, 2017) and the Miller Gallery (September 23 to November 12, 2017). 400 more words

Education

Connecting Art & Science for Kids - Scientific Illustration at Science Olympiad

Is it really July already?! This year has flown by. I was caught up in the usual whirlwind of work, school and family activities since January. 1,214 more words

Online scientific illustration program announces fall schedule of classes

By Gretchen Kai Halpert, Director, Scientific Illustration Distance Program

Enjoy Summer; Think Fall!

The Scientific Illustration Distance Program would like to entice you to join us in September for one evening a week of camaraderie, discussion, and critique of the week’s drawing assignment. 261 more words

Learning Opportunities

Alstroemeria sp. (Lily of the Andes)

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Lily Of The Andes

Summer sketchbook classes with scientific illustrator Erica Beade


Erica Beade
Scientific Illustrator
Erica Beade is an illustrator specializing in science, health and nature subjects and has taught observational drawing for many years, with a particular focus on the natural world. 158 more words

Learning Opportunities

Exhibition at Hunt Institute reveals patterns in nature

By Hunt Institute for Botanical Documentation

The Hunt Institute for Botanical Documentation presents
Exquisite Patterns in Nature from March 19 – June 30, 2017. This exhibition includes selections of artwork and books from the Hunt Institute’s permanent collections that are representative of, or inspired by, the fascinating configurations in the architecture of all organisms. 355 more words

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