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Animation – Accident Recreation

This example is a sample illustration done for a client. This was used to recreate the scene of the accident.

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Insight Illustration Is dedicated to our clients.

What does this mean for you? We work tirelessly to make sure that the final submission meets and exceeds your expectations. That the quality and detail of your medical or non-medical illustration will be superior in the marketplace and that it will represent your firm, clients, or interests in an exemplary fashion.

Animation – Bin Stresses Reenactment

This video is a sample of a reenactment of what caused a grain bin to fail.

Insight Illustration – Proven Results from a name you can trust.

Our core business motto is that our clients come first. That we cater to the needs of our clients and continue to bring exemplary illustrative work. With 15 years experience in the medical illustration profession we have built both trust and understanding with our clients. It is important that we continue a long standing tradition of excellence and that results continue to prove our merits and professionalism.

Upon contracting Insight Illustration, sit back, relax, and let us navigate throughout the process. You’ll certainly be glad you did.

What our clients are saying:

“Insight Illustration has really exceeded our expectations. They provided not only a superior illustration, but it was done in a timely and complete fashion. Rates were very reasonable and we were very pleased with the results. We would not hesitate to recommend Insight Illustration to colleagues and peers.” – Roetzel and Anders, Akron, Ohio

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Origin of Medical Illustration
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Origin of Medical Illustration

Medical illustration has it’s roots dating back nearly to the beginning of modern medicine. Many example of medical illustration can be seen coming from the medieval period. These were more crude drawings that were based on the actual physiological interpretation of anatomical examples.

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Technique
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Technique

Medical illustration requires an in depth knowledge of anatomical processes and biological specimens. It takes many years to refine the craft of medical illustration. With the proper exercise and practice the visual representation of certain images and illustrations can be on par with real life counterparts. This is meant to …

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Association of Medical Illustrators
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Association of Medical Illustrators

The AMA was founded in 1945 and incorporated in IL. AMA members include artists depicting life-like and scale replicas of biological components. It’s goal is to facilitate the dissemination of anatomical and bioscientific knowledge through visual communication. The AMA’s members not only serve in the creation of such, but also …

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