‘Charlotte Holt’ Webinars and workshops explore a variety of subjects related to the MAET course and are designed to build upon the students’ skills. Some workshops and webinars are open for the professional medical illustrators and MAA members to attend for continual professional development. The courses may include life drawing, life classes with surface anatomy, anatomy instruction, 3D facial anatomy modelling, 3D computer graphics, licensing and copywrite and computer tuition. Workshops may also be held in the UK or Europe, linking with other educational organisations, for example ARS and BIOMAB.

Previous workshops

‘Charlotte Holt’ Webinars and workshops explore a variety of subjects related to the MAET course and are designed to build upon the students’ skills. Some workshops and webinars are open for the professional medical illustrators and MAA members to attend for continual professional development. The courses may include life drawing, life classes with surface anatomy, anatomy instruction, 3D facial anatomy modelling, 3D computer graphics, licensing and copywrite and computer tuition. Workshops may also be held in the UK or Europe, linking with other educational organisations, for example ARS and BIOMAB.

20th June 2022

Blender Webinar – Heartbeats – animating heart movements. Full day ‘hands on’ webinar creating heartbeat movements. The first half of the day we will be animating an adult human heart using shape keys, constraints and motion paths. For the second half we will look at the various options for animate blood flow and the attendees will have an opportunity to explore each of these in turn. At the end of the day, attendees should have a fully animated heart and practical skills in a number of animation techniques. Basic skills and understanding of Blender required to participate but please do attend even if you have never used Blender before and just wish to watch and explore the possibilities of animation!

13th June 2022

Watercolour workshop – will cover wet on wet, wet on dry and lifting techniques, as well as colour palette creation, supplies and tools, shading and light, masking technique, water usage tips and layering. The subject of the day will be a number of different medically inspired objects.

23rd May 2022

The workflow of an animation pipeline. Half day talk (rather than hands on) with time for open discussion / questions and answers at the end. Explores the entire process of creating an animation for a client – from initial client outline to final delivery. Discussing in detail pre-production and its considerations, production and post production. Will also be looking at animation styles, available resources and animation programs. A talk for students and professionals – including those who have never created an animation before but wish to explore the field, or working animators who want to attend to compare work practices and have a friendly discussion on the topic.

16th May 2022

Patient Positioning project tutorial. In this one hour webinar we will cover the project requirements, examples of good patient positioning illustrations and good places to look for assets to help you construct the artwork. For the last 30 mins I’ll go step by step through an example artwork and there will be a short Q&A session at the end.

Tuesday 5th November 2019

Anatomical specimens, working in ink. At the Gordon Museum, London.  Taught by Jo Cameron

Monday 23rd September 2019

Carbon dust technique at Bolton Hospital taught by Jo Cameron

Monday 7th and Tuesday 8th October 2019 

Scientific illustration – –¬†An introduction to scientific and anatomical illustration within the life sciences, natural history room at the Gordon Museum. Taught by Jo Cameron

22nd July 2019 – 3D Animation in Blender

17th June 2019 – 2D Animation

20th May 2019 – After effects and cinematography

15th March 2019 – Website design with Cat Sulzmann

15th February 2019 – Hand Anatomy workshop

18th January 2019 – Carbon Dust with Jo Cameron

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13th July 2018 – Baby head sculpting with Pascale

14th May 2018 – Hip reconstruction workshop with Catherine Sulzmann

30th July 2018 – Knee reconstruction workshop with Catherine Sulzmann

  

Yoga Life Drawing at the 69th Annual MAA Conference in Bath

Life drawing workshop with Jo Cameron

Drawings by Julia Ruston

Shoulder anatomy Reconstruction

12th February 2018 – with Catherine Sulzmann

Foot anatomy Reconstruction

21st November 2017 – with Catherine Sulzmann

Hand and Forearm anatomy Reconstruction

19th June 2017 Рwith Catherine Sulzmann

BIOMAB-ARSIC
11th Dissection Drawing Days 28-29th April 2017 held in Antwerp, Belgium 

Merlin Strangeway (MAET student) produced this amazing scribe from the event:

Facial Reconstruction

A very successful two days workshop with Richard Neave held on 27th March and 3rd of April,  reconstructing the face by building the musculature from the skull out. Below is a gallery from the day.

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Anatomical sculpting workshop

This workshop held on 14-15th October 2016 covered sculpting the muscles of facial expression in wax onto a skull model by Pascale Pollier.

 BIOMAB-ARSIC Dissection Drawing Day 

Held in¬†Antwerp, Belgium as¬†part of the 10th Antwerp Medical Students’ Congress SURGERY: ON THE CUTTING EDGE, 14-18th Sep 2016.

 

Tuesday 8th November 2021

Contracts, copyright and self promotion – Online webinar taught by Jo Cameron

Tuesday 5th November 2019

Anatomical specimens, working in ink. At the Gordon Museum, London.  Taught by Jo Cameron

Monday 23rd September 2019

Carbon dust technique at Bolton Hospital taught by Jo Cameron

Monday 7th and Tuesday 8th October 2019 

Scientific illustration – –¬†An introduction to scientific and anatomical illustration within the life sciences, natural history room at the Gordon Museum. Taught by Jo Cameron

22nd July 2019 – 3D Animation in Blender

17th June 2019 – 2D Animation

20th May 2019 – After effects and cinematography

15th March 2019 – Website design with Cat Sulzmann

15th February 2019 – Hand Anatomy workshop

18th January 2019 – Carbon Dust with Jo Cameron

[foogallery id=”1271″]

13th July 2018 – Baby head sculpting with Pascale

14th May 2018 – Hip reconstruction workshop with Catherine Sulzmann

30th July 2018 – Knee reconstruction workshop with Catherine Sulzmann

  

Yoga Life Drawing at the 69th Annual MAA Conference in Bath

Life drawing workshop with Jo Cameron

Drawings by Julia Ruston

Shoulder anatomy Reconstruction

12th February 2018 – with Catherine Sulzmann

Foot anatomy Reconstruction

21st November 2017 – with Catherine Sulzmann

Hand and Forearm anatomy Reconstruction

19th June 2017 Рwith Catherine Sulzmann

BIOMAB-ARSIC
11th Dissection Drawing Days 28-29th April 2017 held in Antwerp, Belgium 

Merlin Strangeway (MAET student) produced this amazing scribe from the event:

Facial Reconstruction

A very successful two days workshop with Richard Neave held on 27th March and 3rd of April,  reconstructing the face by building the musculature from the skull out. Below is a gallery from the day.

[Best_Wordpress_Gallery id=”33″ gal_title=”Facial reconstruction April 2017″]

Anatomical sculpting workshop

This workshop held on 14-15th October 2016 covered sculpting the muscles of facial expression in wax onto a skull model by Pascale Pollier.

 BIOMAB-ARSIC Dissection Drawing Day 

Held in¬†Antwerp, Belgium as¬†part of the 10th Antwerp Medical Students’ Congress SURGERY: ON THE CUTTING EDGE, 14-18th Sep 2016.