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    "First and foremost, you need to know how to draw.”

    "First and foremost, you need to know how to draw.”

    Biomedical illustrations are used in teaching and research to communicate information that even “being there” cannot always convey.  A line slightly contoured, highlighted, weighted, or shadowed - neither the perfect line of a computer, nor the unimpeded “capture” possible with a handy smartphone – is able to  elucidate and communicate information about anatomy and physiology in a manner rarely otherwise achieved. But to produce lines that can communicate requires an ability to look at...

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