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Naturalistic and Scientific Illustration 2: Digital techniques


Date & time Oct 17
Ends on Oct 21
Madrid, Community of Madrid, Spain
Creator lilgardt
Category workshop
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Naturalistic and Scientific Illustration 2: Digital techniques

This course intends to give a hands-on overview of the most current technological advances in the field, such as basic computer graphics applied to science illustration.

Practical examples will be selected based on the applicants’ interests and suggestions. The course will be focused on how to translate traditional drawings into an improved digital version.

This course is of intermediate level, some basic experience with illustration is strongly recommended.

Participants of the course Naturalistic and Scientific Illustration 1: Traditional Techniques can benefit of 20 % discount in this course. If you are taking both courses please add that information in the registration form for this course.


This course is of intermediate level, some basic experience with illustration and basic knowledge in computer graphics software (e.g. Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator) and in personal computers is strongly recommended.

All participants must have a computer (Windows, Macintosh) with Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator installed. if you do not have a license you can get a temporal trial license.  Webcam is strongly recommended, anda good internet connection.


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Schedule and Course length

Online live sessions on Monday 17th,  Wednesday 19th and Friday 21st of October, from 15:00 to 19:30 (Madrid time zone).

26 hours

13.5 hours of online live lessons, plus 2.5 hours of recorded lessons, and 10 hours of participants working on their own, with tutored exercises.

This course is equivalent to 1 ECTS (European Credit Transfer System) at the Life Science Zurich Graduate School.

The recognition of ECTS by other institutions depends on each university or school.


Places are limited to16 participants and will be occupied by strict registration order.

Participants who have completed the course will receive a certificate at the end of it.

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