Medial View Human Brain: 5th Drawing for Neuro Class

February 5, 2012 at 3:41 am | Posted in Academic, Art, Brain, cerebellum, Colorful, drawings, Education, frontal lobe, gyrus, Illustrated, Kristin Bell, Medial view of human brain, medulla oblongata, neuroscience, occipital lobe, parietal lobe, Prefrontal Cortex, Psychology, temporal lobe | 2 Comments

 

I’m not quite sure if I got all of the parts in the right spots for this one. It is pretty hard to draw from multiple images and get everything in one pic. This is supposed to be the medial view of the human brain. :) Click the pic to enlarge.

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  1. Hi Kristen, you might enjoy my father’s textbook of neuroanatomy (http://www.amazon.com/Human-Brain-Spinal-Cord-Neuroanatomy/dp/0387907408). It was rather famous for its artwork. My father, who did some of the illustrations himself, had studied art before he went to med school. Looks like you can get some cheap used copies in good shape.

  2. Thank you! I’ll look into it! :)


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