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Daniel Covey

medical illustration of Created in Adobe Photoshop with Wacom tablet and stylus.
medical illustration of Anterolateral view rendered in Autodesk Maya.
medical illustration of Rendered in Maya. Edited in Adobe Lightroom.
medical illustration of Medical legal layout created in Adobe Photoshop over MRI. Includes supporting orientation view.
medical illustration of 3D still showing the incision of the patellar tendon with a scalpel during a right femoral fracture surgery. Created in Autodesk Maya.
medical illustration of 3D still showing the separation of the patellar tendon with a Gelpi retractor during a right femoral fracture surgery. Created in Autodesk Maya.
medical illustration of Rendered in Autodesk Maya.
medical illustration of 3D still showing locking screws in the upper part of a retrograde nail during a right femoral fracture surgery. Created in Autodesk Maya.
medical illustration of Scan of a teeth model brought into Blender and rendered with custom lighting on a white surface.
medical illustration of Line art illustrating a simple exercise. Created in Adobe Illustrator.

Profile

Dan has a background in medical illustration, graphic design, and several years of experience in many of the Adobe Creative Suite software programs. In addition, he has worked on medical legal surgical illustrations as well as concept layouts for advertising brochures. With a passion for science, design, and the cutting edge, Dan's goal is to continue to grow in his artistic pursuits while exploring creative concepts in 2D and 3D. Some of his interests and areas of focus are Human Anatomy, Medicine, Biology, Biomaterials, Education, and Future Concepts.

Style/Techniques

Animation, Airbrush, Black & White, Cartoon, Color, Design, Line, Line with Color, 3D, Models

Subject/Specialties

Anatomy, Biology, Cell biology / Histology, Dentistry, General Surgery, Medical Devices, Virology, Injuries, Legal Exhibits, Health & Wellness