I produced 1000+ anatomical drawings using only one line, in graphite, without erasing, or using photographic or anatomical reference.
The results obtained from a questionnaire involving 110 participants suggested that the use of measurements of muscles, fat, etc improved craniofacial reconstruction accuracy, and overall that the use of anatomical data increases likelihood of successful identification.
This project focused on sourcing pre-existing anatomical data to produce "accurate" 3D models of anatomical components for use in craniofacial reconstruction. The research project investigated the efficacy of incorporating these elements for craniofacial reconstruction without prior knowledge of the antemortem image of the individual.
The research design involved the use of a comparative survey where participants were obtained through social media advertisements. The likenesses of the two reconstructions were compared to an antemortem image of the individual that had been reconstructed by the two craniofacial procedures through a questionnaire.