What originally moved me into medical illustration was a love of
pen-and-ink drawing for its own sake; once here, I found that I
felt the same way about watercolor. Twenty-five years later, I am
still doing plenty of line art, and my watercolors still look
like watercolor, even after passing through the alimentary canal
of a Macintosh computer.
View from above of an intracranial hematoma,
either subdural, subarachnoid, or epidural,
shown as a pool of blood embedded in the
brain.