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Last updated: August 8, 2021
We advice to reach out to us at least two months in advance for media and campaign launch. For publication, we recommend contacting us one month before the manuscript due. For animation production, please contact 3-5 months ahead of time. This would secure us the necessary time to prepare and create quality content.
Depending on the complexity and the number of illustration, the process can take anywhere between 3-weeks to 2-months. The timeline includes edits and reviews.
Very generally, animation can take up to 3-4 months to complete. Medium (2D or 3D), complexity, and length of the animation can contribute to extend the production time. This includes storyboard, character sheets, reviews and edits, and not include time to develop a script.
The pricing is based on the timeline, budget, and the complexity of the visual aid. Each project is unique and we offer tailor-made service that is best for your needs. To get an accurate quote, feel free to reach out to us and share your ideas!
For appearance, interview, speaking, and media requests, please contact email@example.com
We always love to connect with a talented individual who we can potentially work together with! If you think you are a good fit, please drop us a note at firstname.lastname@example.org
We recommend visiting Learn Medical Art to learn more about career paths in medical illustration. They cover schools that offer medical illustration programs globally, job openings, strategies, podcasts, and more!
We considered factors such as below when deciding what programs to attend.
Keep in mind that ultimately, you are choosing an environment that suits your wants and needs the best. Check out each school’s website and contact the director/admin to learn more.
Our team indeed has a former-international student! We recommend weighing options primarily based on visa and job prospect, as it is hard to stay in the country without them. Ideally, prepare a place to fall back on if you have to leave the country.
Like many certificates, having a Certification of Medical Illustrators (CMI) can be a great plus. That said, in our personal experience, our clients and former employers rarely asked for our CMI when being considered for an opportunity.