I'm not sure what type of cell this is, but it still looks pretty cool.. For a good tutorial on how to achieve something similar to this, go to http://cgcookie.com/blender/2010/08/24/microscopic-virus-effect/
-Farley CG Studios
Hey Farley, it's best to add your twitter info in your profile, it's more secure code wise so you don't have to worry about spammers scraping the site for info.
Thanks, Matthew.. I didn't realize that I could put my twitter and deviantart accounts on blendswap..
This might be a stupid question, but which person are you in your profile picture?
Hehe, I'm the dude.. btw, I love your Bunnycrusher.. it's really cool that your blends seem to tell a story, simply from the visual aspect.. I'm just wondering if "Part-Time Superhero" is still a go.. That really seems like an interesting premise.. I would totally watch robots and bunnies blow the hell out of each other.. After playing "Conker's Bad Fur Day" on the N64, I thought that cute little fuzzy creature violence was like the greatest thing ever!
Thanks. It was a little hard to tell your sex because of the hat.
The "Part-Time Superhero" project is finished. While decent, it ran out of time for the festival it was going to be submitted to and the actors I could find were all students I bribed with food. The whole film is largely regrettable. The robot/bunny battle, though, is for an upcoming project.
Thanks, using it in my game. Added you in the credits.