Comparative Anatomy Project.
I created a visual self-examination package for the course, BIOM 3010 (Comparative Mammalian Anatomy), based on my own needs as a student and knowledge gaps identified by my fellow peers.
Content development, Layout, Illustration.
Pencil on bristol paper, Adobe Photoshop.
Dr. Vickaryous, Ontario Veterinary College.
The following illustrations were developed for the class, BIOM 3010 – Comparative Mammalian Anatomy offered by the Ontario Veterinary College at the University of Guelph. While I was taking this class, I found it difficult to practice and test myself on different anatomical concepts without referring to 5 or more diagrams to get all the information I needed.
So, I approached the instructor, Professor Matthew Vickaryous, and proposed I create a visual self-examination package for the course (focused on the Osteology unit) covering everything the students needed to know. Professor Vickaryous was kind enough to lend me a box of canine bones for 8 months during my co-op terms, in which I was able to create several illustrations for this visual self-examination resource.