2D Medical Animation

While survival rates for some types of leukaemia have improved dramatically, this family of blood cancers remains a potentially fatal disease. Research in epigenetics, immunotherapy, and cell transplants offers hope. And leukaemia is proving a testing ground for the theory of cancer stem cells — leading to knowledge that could advance cancer research overall.

Working with Nature Publishing, James helped to create a hybrid 2D and 3D animated video that looks inside the broken machinery to see what goes awry in the main forms of this cancer – a disease that is becoming less lethal thanks to the development of precisely targeted drugs.

2D Medical Animation; Modelling, 3D Animation, Post Production, Visual Effects & Compositing: James Kearsley
Software Used: 3DS Max, After Effects, Photoshop, Illustrator

Project Information

Animation Director: James Kearsley
2D Medical Animation: James Kearsley
Agency: Madcat Media

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2D Medical Animation; Concept Design, 2D & 3D Animation, VFX & Post Production, Leukemia, Cancer, Educational, Nature

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