From a young age, Kyana had a love for doodling and drawing, often staying up late to recreate her favorite Saturday morning cartoons. At the same time, her initial calling was that of medicine. From playing doctor with her cousins, which turned into a lifelong interest in science, it seemed she was set to follow a career in health care.
However, after studying both chemistry and painting in college, she was encouraged to find a path that allowed her to pursue both. She was quickly drawn to medical illustration after learning about it while working as a medical assistant at a dermatology clinic. Her time there also made her realize her interest in teaching and working with patients.
Kyana is passionate about creating beautiful artwork that helps educate health professionals and their patients about complex medical and biological subjects.
Adobe Creative Suite
Maxon Cinema 4D
Savage Interactive Procreate
Pen & Ink
Afshar Biovisuals creates beautiful visuals with strong storytelling aimed to educate and engage. All projects are tailored to communicate and clarify complex science for the intended audience. We aim to improve health care by providing greater knowledge for providers and patients. The client is involved through all stages of project development. Afshar Biovisuals is dedicated in coming up with creative visual solutions to enhance our client’s stories.
Work can be done for a number of subject matters, including: anatomical | surgical | molecular | instructional | editorial
Engaging 2D or 3D animations, stylized to tell the best story. Animations are used to tell a story over time or show a process. Animations are excellent solutions for both educational or promotional use.
Visuals used to explain text, concept or process to a specific audience. Level of detail can be adjusted depending on the needs of the audience. Images can be rendered as the client needs.
Infographics, brochures, posters and page layouts that represent information or data. Typically done in flat color and an emphasis on line work.
Anatomical, medical device, or molecular 3D models with emphasis on spatial relationships. Models are rendered in ZBrush and Cinema4D. They can be used as stills, for interactive media, or in 3D animations.