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:
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:
Wow. I am speechless. This man is extremely dedicated to his biomedical visualization. However, I don’t think that dragon is anatomically accurate. If it had been, dissection of the thoracic region would have been much more entertaining…