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Despite the surrounding fog, swell and wind, 2nd Mate Émilie Goulet manoeuvres to keep the 98.33 m icebreaker in a precise position so that coring operations can take place.
As second mate, she is responsible for the navigation instruments (meteorology, positioning of the ship, controlling the direction of the ship, etc.) and for planning the upcoming courses. I sketch her during the maneuvers.
But Emilie also has another life. She is a professional illustrator. Armed with a DEC in cartooning and intensive training at the Illustration Academy in Kansas City, her work can be found in books published by TC Media Books Inc, Caractère, and Grand Duc, stamp designs by Kraftin Kimmie Stamps, and in a few Toonboom magazines.
Between her wheelhouse shifts, she can be found sketching all over the ship. Her very cartoonish style is very distinctive, lively and jovial.
Do you like these posts from the AMUNDSEN SCIENCE / CCGS AMUNDSEN expedition?Please note that the expedition 2021 posts will all remain online until the ship returns in early November. Then only a few will be online. Hurry up to read the ones you missed.
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