I have a number of images that will be used for a printed medical poster. The images show a plastic skeleton with color markings on one side.
1. My goal is to find the cheapest way of presenting the skeleton as natural as possible. This is to be done by removing enhacning the over all apperance of the skeleton, by removing the many small metal parts that hold the bones together and rebuild the blank areas those metal parts leave behind. Basically the images need to be looked through and retouched so that these metal parts, but also visible holes in the bones, hinges on the elbows and knees, elastic cords by the hips etc. are removed.
2. Furthermore I need to improve the color of some of the markings, as these markings are originally done by hand on the skeleton. Some marking have scratches on them and should therefore be retouched.
3. Finally there are some areas on the skeleton where the color markings have been made wrongfully and therefore should be removed.
4. Since the images are to be printed in 70x100 cm size, the images must be enhanced in the right way to promoted as many details on the bones as possible.
In total there are 2 full size skeleton images front and back, plus 7 additional smaller images, showing e.g. a foot, part of the neck or a skull close up. I have attached an example of the most demanding region plus an overview of how all the images appear.
I look forward to hearing from you soon.