Prismacolor pencils, marker, graphite, and white acrylic.
Wrist and Hand Pathologies
Illustration depicting hand and wrist anatomy involved in Dequervain, Proximal, and Distal intersection syndromes. For publication.
Wrist & Hand Pathologies
Image for publication depicting muscles and tendons involved in DeQuervain, Distal and Proximal Intersection syndromes
Variations within bariatric surgical procedures.
Three of seven illustrations to be published in Oxford Textbook of Anaesthesia for the Obese Patient depicting Roux-en-y, biliopancreatic diversion, and stomach excision. (Other illustrations to be included but not shown: Vertical Banded Gastroplasty, Jejunoileal Bypass, Duodenal Switch, and LAGB).
Prismacolor pencils, acrylic paint, graphite, and marker.
Anterior Hand; Skeletal
1 of 9 drawings to compile into one full sized skeleton.
Tricipital supernumerary head of the biceps brachii
Tricipital supernumerary head of the biceps brachii muscle: an anatomical variant with clinical implications. Figure 2
deep gluteal muscles
Graphite image depicts deep gluteal muscles. Intended for publication in ultrasound manuscript.
Commissioned banknote art series. Graphite on one hundred dollar banknote revealing skeletal components of Franklin.
Comissioned banknote art series. Graphite on ten dollar banknote revealing musculoskeletal components of Hamilton.
Image depicts a medial patellofemoral ligament tear. Case study publication.
Variant Radial Artery
Figure 1B: Rendition of the arterial variation identified in a cadaveric specimen, denuded of muscles to emphasize the elbow’s blood supply. Illustration details the ulnar artery (UA) branching an accessory radial artery (*) deep to the biceps brachii tendon (BT). The accessory radial artery divides into muscular branches (**) and radial recurrent artery (RRA). Radial recurrent artery anastomoses with the radial collateral artery (RCA).
The front cover for Dr. Kathy Dooley's upcoming book, "Dooley Noted".
Auricular surface angles
graphite drawing is produced with intention of publication within the scientific literature. It depicts the sacrum’s auricular surface with angles of long and short arm.
Pathway of bullet in Lincoln's assassination
Abraham Lincoln's Assassination - My personal speculation of the pathway of the bullet which killed the US President based on his autopsy report. Available for purchase in store
The female portrays the superficial venous blood flow, the male depicts deep arterial blood flow. Together they form the complete circulatory system. Anastomosis is the term used in anatomy when two blood vessels connect and literally means to "open" or to "kiss". Available for purchase in store
Drawing almost complete (first reference image complete); had some fun digitizing the illustration. Final illustration will depict subject removing her skin revealing anatomy behind.
Lavanduleae lavandula (Lavender) - Freelance work
This was the drawing I did in rememberance of a friend's grandfater who passed away. His favorite flower was lavender.
This derivative work is hanging in Logan University's Science building with a caption that states, "Dedicated to noble men and women who donated their bodies for the sake of science. -Dr. Frank Scali 2009"Available for purchase in store
HC's Work Revisted
Taken from my dissection journal. A recreation of HC's work flipped horizontally. The brain is on the page after and revealed by a hole cut out in the paper of the cadaver drawing.
In the lab we have an aborted fetus in a mason jar from 1979. The drawing, as the unborn child, will remain incomplete. The original artwork is located in my dissector's journal.