Technical IllustrationBy Cambridge Illustrator Richard Bowring
Technical illustrations generally have to describe and explain their subjects to a non-technical customer, the nature of which can sometimes be difficult to represent with any other media such as photography.
Ongoing work divided into particular medical disciplines describing in illustrative terms the procedures about to be undertaken. For Barts and Whittington Hospitals
Working from Architects drawings and site photography my brief was to work out the eventual layout of the shopping development in 3D, allowing for the inclusion of information regarding which businesses are to occupy the vacant spaces within.
The brief was to provide technical illustrations and studio photography for a Cambridge based business providing Alexander Technique to patients with back and neck pain. I was asked to show a series of illustrations showing a gradual bending of the neck and dropping...
This job was to provide a series of illustrations to show how to apply a drug to a patient, from initially getting the product out of the bottle to the final insertion into the cheek of the subject. The process involved a meeting with the client during which a series...
Technical Illustration for Holroyd Components, the product was a heated blanket used to heat junctions in pipes in order to activate the specially designed glue. - Illustration by Cambridge Illustrator Richard Bowring