Alexandria, VA - From the tiny microcosms of atomic theory and futuristic colonies on Mars to dinosaurs walking the Earth, science illustrators translate scientific findings and theories into something lifelike, accurate and aesthetically pleasing. The July cover story from EARTH Magazine, "Science Illustrators: Making the Invisible Visible," takes readers on a behind-the-scenes of how illustrators transform a scientific concept into an informed work of art.
Scientific illustrating is informed as much by researching the scientific literature as it is by the imagination. Grab your pencils, paint and image-processing software to explore the world of scientific illustration with EARTH Magazine: http://bit.
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