Kneed a break.

I finished my knee project. (see previous post). The knees are complete. I need a break, but NO! The next assignment is due in a week and a half. Which means I have to start now. NOOOOO!!!!  This is the bane of graduate school. (or just school.) (or life.) Anyway, here are my knees:

The "realistic" knee, painted in photoshop and 3ds-max. I also scanned in some real bones to get the very bony texture.

This one is the "ink and paint" version, where I tried to make it look like a drawing. I added an aneurysm there for educational purposes.

This is supposed to look like an x-ray of the front of a knee. After creating an x-ray like texture in 3DS Max, I brought it into photoshop to add the translucent leg and the "L" for "Left"

I sure learned a lot about texturing. Oh, you want me to texture that bone? that 3D character? That entire 3D world plush with colors, ornate decoration, dogs, cats and monkeys? BRING IT ON.

(I might be getting a little ahead of myself)

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About Claire Shapleigh, Biomedical Visualization

Hi, my name is Claire and I'm in my second year of the Biomedical Visualization MS program at UIC. It's a combination of art and science, and it's pretty fun. So far I've dissected a human body and learned how to draw in 2D using a computer AND my hand, and I'm about to learn how to 3D model. Holler at me if you have any questions about the program!

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