Monday, January 28, 2013

In the Studio-good bones

via here
Medical Illustrators in training-Johns Hopkins,
training medical illustrators for over 100 years



Can't draw?  Just make beautiful collages like artist Balint Zsako (who can also draw beautifully by the way.)






Mayhem is learning to draw at preschool...making her medical illustrator Momma proud! 








10 comments:

pve design said...

I guess the apple did not fall far from the tree....or the bones. I always admire good bones. That hand with the Q-tips really touched my heart.
pve

Jennifer C. Webb said...

working on some hand illustrations myself...funny timing

marie said...

Wow, I have so much admiration for you and your talent! I took an art class in college and although I am no artist, it definitely gave me an appreciation for the skill involved.

Jennifer C. Webb said...

Thanks Marie: if only I could still craft bones from q-tips.

Henhurst Interiors said...

The collages are fascinating. Love Mayhem's hand! Your studio looks like a lovely spot.
xo,
Phyllis

Loi Thai, Tone on Tone said...

That skeleton is jamming! Way to go, Mayhem!!! :) What is her hand print made of? Are those Q tips?

Jennifer C. Webb said...

Yes Loi, those are Q-tips...will never look at them the same again

Crissy @ House of Marlowe said...

There is simply nothing better than children's art.... I have a feeling that both of your girls are destined to have great taste in art.... and be the most knowledgeable kids about physiology on the block! :)

Sae Sae said...

Thought of you immediately when I pulled Segars' hand out of his bookbag (wow, that sounds bizarre)!

Love those little artists!

Jennifer C. Webb said...

Sae Sae: haaaa, wonder what they were learning that day in Miss Sue's class. Hope it was "stop putting your Q-tip in your nose."

Crissy: Mischief would insist that she already is an artist. Something she tells with annoyance to folks when they ask "are you going to be an artist when you grow up?"

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