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How to Draw GPCR (G Protein-Coupled Receptor) in Adobe Illustrator

Hello scientists! This video will show you how to draw the GPCR (G Protein-Coupled Receptor) in Adobe Illustrator, so scientists like you can make professional scientific illustration for your research publication, conference posters, science figures and graphical abstracts. Click the link below to watch the tutorial on the DrawBioMed YouTube. This blogpost is written byContinue reading “How to Draw GPCR (G Protein-Coupled Receptor) in Adobe Illustrator”

How to Draw the Human Brain in Adobe Illustrator

Hello scientists! This video will show you how to draw a brain in Adobe Illustrator, so scientists like you can make professional scientific illustration for your research publication, conference posters, science figures and graphical abstracts. Click the link below to watch the tutorial on the DrawBioMed YouTube. This blogpost is written by Dina Diek 🎨Continue reading “How to Draw the Human Brain in Adobe Illustrator”

Is Adobe Illustrator Good for Science Figures?

Hello Scientists! Are you considering to use Adobe Illustrator to create your science figures? Adobe Illustrator is a vector graphic software that is recommended by the Nature Figure Formatting Guide. Watch the video below to find out the theory behind their recommendation. 🎨 Want to learn Adobe Illustrator? Check out my Crash Course Adobe IllustratorContinue reading “Is Adobe Illustrator Good for Science Figures?”

Click here to get the Pamphlet for PowerPoint Graphical Abstract

Hello scientist! As you’ve seen in the video, you can download in the link below the short pamphlet about the 3 functions I used in the PowerPoint tutorial. You can sign up to the DrawBioMed newsletter by entering your email below. Once subscribed, you will also get an e-mail notification whenever a new exclusive contentContinue reading “Click here to get the Pamphlet for PowerPoint Graphical Abstract”

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