THE HUMAN BODY DIAGRAMMED.
These examples from Bryan Christie Design speak for themselves. Spectacular 3D rendering. Superb control of color to highlight the featured areas. Careful viewpoint and cropping. This is the gold standard.
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The development of a diagram for a feature on the effects of sleep deprivation on the body. It appeared in the October 2015 issue of Scientific American magazine. The pose was loosely based on the “Dying Gaul,” a Roman copy of a lost Hellenistic sculpture. Classical sources have been a considerable inspiration for Bryan in terms of deciding how to set up particular poses and viewpoints.
Some areas that were not anatomically correct (circled) were fixed in the final version above.
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