We have some photos from a textbook that we would like illustrated versions of. We need them for a presentation and can't violate copyright. You need to be able to look at them, understand what is being shown, and redraw the biological process (at the electron microscope level) without keeping the orientation of the original photos. We need the images to be changed from their perspective, so it doesn't look like we just copied it. You need good spatial ability, because you will be drawing cells, and I would like them to be shifted from their orientation in the photos. Sketches are okay - we are on a quick timeline and want to give a general idea, not a perfect representation.
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06/22/2011 at 19:45 ECT
Sorry for the confusion - I added some info down below, but since you have to click to get it, I thought I would clarify here. (This is my first day on Freelancer, so please forgive the bumbling nature of this request.)
There are 8 photos depicting the gelatinization of starch, from whole molecule through the breakdown into individual sugar chains. I can't really show all of them on here, but they are electron microscope photos similar to what you would see in a science textbook. One file is attached.They are grayscale, and sort of 3D, and I would like approximate representations, also in grayscale. I know this will be hard to draw, so someone with scientific text illustration in biology/anatomy/botany would probably be the best fit for the job.
We are a leading company in our field and these need to be very professional, high-quality pieces. Your skill will be rewarded with a well-paying gig and potential future projects.
Unfortunately, for this project, we are on a very short turn time, and I would need them by the weekend, at the latest.
Please write "I love biology" in your reply so I know that you have read my whole project profile and that you believe you are qualified to deliver top-notch work.