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:
This may or may not be done… I cannot stare at it anymore right now.
A couple of years ago I was given an awesome opportunity to work at the Baylor College of Medicine in St. Luke’s hospital. Here I produced a variety of illustrations for the cardio-thoracic surgical unit, demonstrating aneurysmal aortic repair. Under the guidance of Scott Weldon MS CMI, I honed my photoshopping skills.