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Birth Canal Injuries

Birth Canal Injuries

 

Birth Canal Injuries
Image Number: 182-025
Dimensions: 11 x 15
Media Used: Acrylic
Formats Available: Refl, Trans
Title: Birth Canal Injuries
Customization: Available
Image Description:  Maternal injuries to birth conal sustained during prolonged labor, including nerve damage and torn muscles.

© Todd Buck Illustration, Inc.
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Todd Buck Illustration, Inc. provides full color illustrations for Biotech and Pharmaceutical advertising, medical journals, patient education booklets, and textbooks.

Todd received a B.A. in Biological PreMedical Illustration from Iowa State University in 1987. He earned his M.A.M.S. in Medical Illustration from The University of Illinois at Chicago in 1990.

Todd's work has been recognized by numerous Awards of Excellence from The Association of Medical Illustrators (AMI), including Best of Show in 1995's annual competition. Awards have also been received from The RxClub, DESI, Airbrush Action magazine, Creativity 26, and Art Directors Club of New Jersey.
His work appears in several "how to airbrush" books. He has presented airbrush workshops and demos at his alma maters and at national AMI meetings. He is an annual guest speaker at UIC's graduate program teaching students some of the skills of starting a freelance business.

Todd Buck Illustration, Inc. can provide both traditional airbrush paintings and digitally created illustrations. The combination of the two media has been very popular since it combines the artistic textures and feel of hand work with the plethora of conveniences offered in today's software. Todd is sensitive to deadlines, budgets, and quality of work.

Feel free to call for a no obligation quote. If time is short and you are looking for a pre-existing image, please check out Todd's list of available images through Indexed Visuals stock section.

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