Artificial knee: $435,000

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  1. berky93

    berky93 New Member

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    This is an (obviously fake) advertisement I created for an artificial knee replacement. It was created for DeviantArt's Repo Men artiforg contest. (http://news.deviantart.com/article/110075/

    I was a little worried about how this would turn out but I'm very pleased with the results.

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    Comments and criticism are appreciated.

    For the full-sized version (1280x800 pixels) visit the Deviation page here: Click Here


    Update: I updated the file to fix some minor errors such as inconsistent stroke widths. No major changes have been made.

    Update2: This update is a little bigger. I changed some of the textures to give a more realistic look. I also added the bar code identification plate and a few more highlight markers.
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    CashProuductions New Member

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    thats cool

    What program did u use to creaqte it?
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    so where did you get the price? just made it up?
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    Obviously fake because those specs are horrible for a prosthetic knee, but it looks nice.
  5. berky93

    berky93 New Member

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    I made the model/renders in 3ds Max, and then the rest was done in Photoshop.

    I made up the price, looking at some of the prices of the "products" on theunioncares.com (the movie's website. Always good to have inspiration.)

    And maybe the specs suck for today, but in 2057 nanomolecular materials could revolutionalize the manufacture of polymers...yeah I just kinda made everything up. But it looks pretty, right?

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