Educational Illustrations for Dogs
Anatomical illustrations can be used to demonstrate correct versus faulty structure in the dog, canine athlete, horse, or any other animal. This type of illustration can be as technical as that for an illustrated standard, but is used when an extension project is not needed. They can be used for spot illustrations, or in sequence form.
Educational illustrations are often used to visually demonstrate important points in articles relating to structure and performance in the dog.
The following examples demonstrate the effect of a shoulder that is set back at 25 degrees versus a shoulder with 35 degree layback. Movement on both a flat plane, and jumping show different results due to structure.
Illustrations can be used to highlight characteristics of a breed, or as very simple outline drawings demonstrating types of gait and other features of anatomy.