Click on the link above to view my animatics. These are rough animations using basic primitives to develop the animation before final models, textures, lighting, etc are added. The final animation should be finished soon! I have been rendering for a while now.
Category Archive: health
I’ve made some progress since this post: Starting on Kidneys. At this point I am working on sculpting and painting in Mudbox. You can see some of my reference images on the left. Researching Polycystic Kidney Disease was really startling. The kidney that I am working at is at a very late stage of the …
TED Talks Surgeon and inventor Catherine Mohr tours the history of surgery (and its pre-painkiller, pre-antiseptic past), then demos some of the newest tools for surgery through tiny incisions, performed using nimble robot hands. [vodpod id=ExternalVideo.922059&w=425&h=350&fv=vu%3Dhttp%3A%2F%2Fvideo.ted.com%2Ftalks%2Fdynamic%2FCatherineMohr_2009-medium.flv%26su%3Dhttp%3A%2F%2Fimages.ted.com%2Fimages%2Fted%2Ftedindex%2Fembed-posters%2FCatherineMohr-2009.embed_thumbnail.jpg%26vw%3D432%26vh%3D240%26ap%3D0%26ti%3D580%26introDuration%3D16500%26adDuration%3D4000%26postAdDuration%3D2000%26adKeys%3Dtalk%3Dcatherine_mohr_surgery_s_past_present_and_robotic_futur%3Byear%3D2009%3Btheme%3Dmedicine_without_borders%3Btheme%3Dwhat_s_next_in_tech%3Btheme%3Dspeaking_at_ted2009%3Bevent%3DTED2009%3B] more about "Catherine Mohr: Surgery’s past, prese…", posted with vodpod
So I’ve started “inking” in Illustrator. I’m using a calligraphic brush with 1 pt diameter and 1 pt variation based on pressure. It’s like magic! I love how much variation I can get with the line. I still need to “ink” the arteries, add more detail in some areas of the skeleton, remove detail in …