PKD, or Polycystic Kidney Disease was another project I accomplished over summer semester. This comparison was to be an editorial piece showing a healthy kidney versus a polycystic kidney. PKD is an autosomal dominant disease showing symptoms later in life. There is no cure for PKD, so one of the options for “treatment” is organ transplantation.
Done in Mimics, Mudbox, 3d Studio Max, Photoshop:
Summer semester has officially ended and now I am able to put up some of my latest works.
This piece is demonstrating an editorial about nasolacrimal duct cysts. These cysts are blockages in the nasolacrimal duct, where tears normally flow from the eye to the nose.
Done using 3d Studio Max and Photoshop:
Modeling of the human eye, equipped with UVW mapping, Mr area spot light, and ray trace shadows. Oh, and the Northern Lights…just for good measure 🙂
Background and checkerboard floor is merely in scene to convey refractive index of human eye…
Further exploration of the 3D eye is still to come!
….eye equipped with painting from Mudbox:
Protein imported from Chimera and equipped with materials and lights in 3ds max. Final compositing and post-production achieved in Photoshop. 😛
This may or may not be done… I cannot stare at it anymore right now.
Knee x-ray done in 3ds max and finished in photoshop:
Ink ‘n paint representation of an aneursymal arterial supply in the posterior leg. The material map “ink ‘n paint” was based off of other knee models in 3ds max:
I have finished the KNEE! Fully rendered and accomplished through 3ds max:
And another 3ds max project is under way. These anatomical knees are drafted from the Mimics program.