This was my first anatomical drawing of this “series”. We have access to this amazing bank of photographs for my anatomy course. I used it to jump start my next project. My mom inspired me to do this. She loves to draw, and she recently made it her goal to draw everyday, no matter how big the drawing or what she was drawing. The fact that she can keep her words, even though she is a very busy woman, motivated me to draw not everyday, but almost everyday.
Last year, on SBN, I showcased my series on recycling and waste items. I had a lot of fun narrating my story and my intentions with that project. I hope to do something like that this year but keeping it more on theme with my studies. I can’t wait for what’s to come. I hope to make myself proud by the end of the year and to inspire at least one other person. That’s all for now.
I think I found my calling…I LOVE MY ANATOMY CLASS. I sound like a complete nerd but even the textbook is pretty cool… The anatomy lab where we got to look at cadavers was incredible. I never thought I would get to touch and handle real human organs and bones! The first day of class (not going to lie but I felt a little faint), everyone gathered around the cadaver and we all got to hold a human heart in our hands!!!
I’ve dabbled in anatomical drawings before but I never found any good resources to draw from (imagine my search engine history: “human hand without skin”) and frankly, I didn’t know what I was drawing. I am so grateful for my prof and all the resources that he has given us.
This week we are learning about the human brain. Oh boy, there’s at least like 89190481 different structures that we have to memorize. I labelled like 3 things in my drawing. Kudos to people studying medical illustration. You have my admiration.
Ttyl. Back to making small doodles of the brain and all its lobes, gyri, sulci, and other good stuff. 💪