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Xul1349. Illustrations by Romanian artist Xul1349... - SUPERSONIC ART

Xul1349. Illustrations by Romanian artist Xul1349... - SUPERSONIC ART | Ilustration | Scoop.it
Xul1349. Illustrations by Romanian artist Xul1349 whose work is strongly influenced by Gothic and Satanic themes: [[MORE]] Xul1349: Website
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Ilustración científica en el CONICET

La flora y fauna de Mendoza es uno de los objetos de estudio más imoprtantes del CONICET. Los investigadores, además de estudiar, son los encargadores de rea...

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Scientific Illustration Tumblr

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Draw like a scientist! Great collection of truly inspiring images about science and nature by @lukaslarge

 

“As art reflects culture, scientific illustration reflects the findings of science and technology.  Scientific illustration takes the viewer to the often unobservable - from molecules and viruses to the universe, from depiction of the internal anatomy of arthropods and plants to geologic cross sections and reconstruction of extinct life forms, ranging from realistic to abstract portrayal. Shapes, anatomy, details, and concepts that cannot be conveyed with words form the essence of this art. […] Science illustrators are artists in the service of science. They use scientifically informed observation, combined with technical and aesthetic skills to accurately portray a subject. Accuracy and communication are essential. The skilled scientific illustrator can clarify multiple focal depths and overlapping layers, emphasize important details, and reconstruct broken specimens on paper - results unattainable through photography. Structure and detail may be depicted with cutaway drawings, transparencies, and exploded diagrams. Many steps may be required to achieve accuracy.” http://www.gnsi.org/science-illustration


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