Art blog of Emily Frew

Hello!
My name is Emily Frew. I'm a student at Kendall College of Art and Design; my major is medical illustration.
This blog is a collection of my works. Enjoy!
Spinal column Zbrush modelby Emily Frew 

Spinal column Zbrush model
by Emily Frew 

siqrad asked: Hi there! I really like the latest post on here. I think its really excellent. The hip bones look a little too wide to me. Maybe not. But is really magnificent! Keep it up yo!

Could be! It’s hard to tell because the model has such [beautiful] wide hips and the angle is tricky. That piece is actually a digital painting of a figure drawing I did years ago so it’s sort of like making a copy of a copy of a key. Something is just lost in transcription. But I will definitely reassess, & thank you much for your input, siqrad!

Have some more work to do on this one. Let me know what you think!Emily Frew

Have some more work to do on this one. Let me know what you think!

Emily Frew

Sorry I haven’t had a whole lot of time to post new things, beloved followers. I’m currently taking some intense summer classes, but I’ve been craving a chance to work on all things medical art. :D

Chimpanzee’s skullEmily Frew

Chimpanzee’s skull
Emily Frew

A digital painting I’m working on of an old drawing of mine from figure.Emily Frew

A digital painting I’m working on of an old drawing of mine from figure.
Emily Frew

Digital painting of a chimpanzee’s skull I’m working on. To be compared to A. Afarensis (Lucy).

Hominoid skulls showing the evolution of man in stages over the past few million years. Man has evolved little by little, and over a long period of time, to increase cranial capacity. You can see clearly that the more recent the skulls get the less pronounced the brow ridge is, the shorter the rostrum length is, etc.