How to make animated infographics Science and Art 

How to Make Animated Infographics

Make Animated Infographics: A Brief Tutorial This brief overview of how to make animated infographics is the work of Eleanor Lutz, who blogs at Tabletop Whale. Don’t miss her other work, including the animated infographic about breathing, the planet earth control panel, or this explanation of how our muscles work. Here is what she has to say about the tutorial: Recently I’ve been getting a lot of emails asking for a tutorial on how to make animated infographics. So this week I put together a quick explanation for anyone who’s interested. This is…

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How Our Skeletal Muscles Work (Eleanor Lutz, Tabletop Whale) Biology 

How Muscles Work, an Infographic

This infographic about how our skeletal muscles work was created by the talented Eleanor Lutz, whose work we have featured before here on EH Science. As Lutz explains on her popular blog, Tabletop Whale, “I love GIFs as an art form, so this month I tried making an infographic GIF. It’s a 25-frame stop motion animation made mostly in Photoshop. I’ve never made an animation this complex before, and I had a ton of fun with it. I’m definitely planning on more animated infographics in the future.” That was not an empty…

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Planet Earth Control Panel, Eleanor Lutz Astronomy Science and Art 

Planet Earth’s Control Panel

This  planet earth control panel infographic is the work of the fabulous Eleanor Lutz. Lutz is a Seattle-based graphic designer with a bachelor’s degree in molecular biology. She created this particular work of science-meets-art as a celebration of America’s tax-funded space program: NASA. NASA stands for National Aeronautics and Space Administration. NASA was started in 1958 as a part of the United States government. NASA is in charge of U.S. science and technology research that has to do with airplanes, space, and atmospheric conditions. From Planet Earth to Spaceship Earth “I wanted to…

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