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    Some medical illustrations from recent projects.
    Blood cells and Osteoblasts.
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    Nice colors... not sure what are osteoblasts :b , but they look great, Very good job

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    Very cool. Are the textures on the osteoblasts a mixture of procedural and texture maps?


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    Quote Originally Posted by vector View Post
    Nice colors... not sure what are osteoblasts :b , but they look great, Very good job
    Thanks, basically osteoblasts are cells from which bone develops.


    Quote Originally Posted by Waves of light View Post
    Very cool. Are the textures on the osteoblasts a mixture of procedural and texture maps?
    Thanks, the textures are completely procedural.
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    Way cool.

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    Really like the style !!

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    cool illustrations

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    Nice! looks great
    Love the little features on the blood cells
    Nice job
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    Images are cool and great outputs..

    Could you share the knowledge on your settings on the hairy fibers and its wires, while the osteoblasts i find it identically in clone due to its texture pattern and tentacles positionings... share also the settings... great images

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    Quote Originally Posted by dickie_ilagan View Post
    Images are cool and great outputs..

    Could you share the knowledge on your settings on the hairy fibers and its wires, while the osteoblasts i find it identically in clone due to its texture pattern and tentacles positionings... share also the settings... great images
    Hi, Not entirely sure what you mean by hairy fibers. If you mean the details on the blood cells, because the final output on this piece was a single image as apposed to an animation, I painted them in photoshop.
    This is just faster and easier to get the result I needed in a timely manner
    working against budget and deadline.

    I have attached a pic of the wires for the scene. I used very basic geometry for the elements in the scene, the backdrop being a simple quad plane bent into shape. The artery a simple tube with thickness with a few extended polys at the front to give a less regular finish.
    I then used fractal noise and ripple as displacement maps on both to get the surface detail.
    The extra smaller veins dotted around the scene are simple boxes, which are pulled out using magic bevel.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trevor View Post
    Hi, Not entirely sure what you mean by hairy fibers. If you mean the details on the blood cells, because the final output on this piece was a single image as apposed to an animation, I painted them in photoshop.
    This is just faster and easier to get the result I needed in a timely manner
    working against budget and deadline.

    I have attached a pic of the wires for the scene. I used very basic geometry for the elements in the scene, the backdrop being a simple quad plane bent into shape. The artery a simple tube with thickness with a few extended polys at the front to give a less regular finish.
    I then used fractal noise and ripple as displacement maps on both to get the surface detail.
    The extra smaller veins dotted around the scene are simple boxes, which are pulled out using magic bevel.

    thanks for the cool tips
    photoshop rules..!!!

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    Super cool!!!

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    Osteoblast Lightwave 2018 style.
    The new volume textures are just great to work with.

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    Wow, that is a nice image. Images truly look different out of 2018, much more substantive, richer.
    Hard to stop looking at your image: so much to discern and look at.
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    Great job!
    I'd post it as a new thread though.
    Otherwise many may look at the first post that's from 2011 and miss the new one from this year.
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