Josephine Hydell
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Excellence Award Winner
Medical Illustration

Medical Illustration improves lives as a mode of visual communication enhancing medical education and health care around the world.

My creative practice normally involves a large amount of research followed by drawing a hefty amount of composition sketches. After drawing composition sketches, I do more research in preparation for a more detailed drawing. I move my composition sketch into Adobe Photoshop and then render the detailed sketch digitally. After the majority of the rendering has been completed I move into Adobe Illustrator or Adobe InDesign and add labels and whatever text is needed for the image. I like to consider a lot of critiques while I'm working on a project, and I am always considering the feedback of others at every stage of development.

What is your most memorable

experience at KCAD?

My most memorable experience at Kendall was during the semester that I had learned to 3D model in Zbrush. I learned a lot about 3D modeling during that semester and by the end of the semester, I was able to hold a 3D model I had created in my hands after 3D printing it.

What are your most

notable accomplishments?

My most notable accomplishment during my time at KCAD was getting the President's List almost every semester here.