In this image I contributed by highlighting the foundational wall around a tomb platform. I received the field drawing as a scanned in image and then used Photoshop to edit it.
This is a scientific illustration of a large foundational structure. It was rendered from photographs taken on site. For this reason it has an approximate perspective scale. I placed a human figure in the illustration to help connect with the viewers and show how large the wall really is.
Watercolor time lapse of Archaeology’s Arthur Evans!
Sir Arthur John Evans FRS (8 July 1851 – 11 July 1941) was an English archaeologist most famous for unearthing the palace of Knossos on the Greek island of Crete and for developing the concept of Minoan civilization from the structures and artifacts found there and elsewhere throughout the eastern Mediterranean.
This is the completed whiteboard video that was done by the team at biobe.uoregon.edu.
Thanks to everyone there, I am glad for this opportunity to work on such a successful project!
This is a behind the scenes video of a whiteboard timelapse vid I was hired to work on. This was a group effort coordinated by Adam Altrichter and James Meadow at Biobe headquarters.
Watercolor time lapse of Archaeology’s Gertrude Caton Thompson.