About the Artist

Emily Cisneros is an undergraduate student at Iowa State University studying in the field of Biological and Pre-Medical illustration. Her work depicts a wide range of subjects rendered in various media including (but not limited to) graphite, colored pencil, watercolor, and digital. Following the completion of her degree, Emily will be working and living in the Chicago area where she will continue to explore the fast-changing techniques of scientific visualization.

Traditional

Corks & Stoppers
Graphite study of corks and stoppers.
Glass
Graphite glass study.
Jaimie
Colored pencil figure study.
Ingrid
Graphite and white charcoal portrait study.
Travis
Conte process work.
Editorial Illustration
Colored pencil illustration for rock climbing editorial.
Watercolor #1
Watercolor landscape study.
Watercolor #2
Watercolor lanscape study.

Digital

Verbascum kynaston
Traditionally rendered botanical plate scanned and altered digitally.
Green Iguana Eye Anatomy and Functionality
Informational poster detailing the green iguana eye, rendered in both traditional and digital techniques.
Beaver Skull
Beaver skull rendered in photoshop.
Echeveria sp.
Succulent rendered in photoshop.
Corkscrew
Corkscrew rendered in Illustrator.
Foraging Pileated Woodpecker
Pileated Woodpecker foraging habits rendered in Illustrator.

Animations

Contact

A Nice & Simple Contact Form

cisneros@iastate.edu