The previous post Blender: Electron Microscope-like images by particle system settled on default hair thickness, “root:1, tip:0, scale:0.01”.
In this post, I changed thickness setting, and went further. I tested some with multiple hair systems, and colored materials.
I think it’s a cluster of icicles, and a quintessential form of all tentacles or pillars.
I can’t hand over any examples for that. What does it stand for? Maze? Citadel? But at least it is curled thing anyhow.
For me, it’s an archetype of religious sculpture that describes plenty of bodies which reach out their limbs.
Definitely, it’s a bundle of fibers, such as muscle cells or optical fibers.
Bacterias during cell division? Or tablets of drug?
I tested how hairs look like on a non-sphere object.
The curl can be seen on it more clearly than using sphere object. I found the hairs is like the hairs drawn by Da Vinci.
When root and tip of hair go thick, the shape becomes different. A shape like cream on a cake.
And how about growing thick hairs on a cylinder…? I made it, the famous tobacco mosaic virus-like virus!
I know, actual proteins of tobacco mosaic virus stack on spiral bone. But it could be achieved by small modification on it.
Multiple hair system allows me to make realistic moss.
Lastly, I created the full-colored picture. The jelly fish holds three types of hair on the outer skin.
As I expected, colorful materials are a burden to be realistic. It requires backdrops, shadows, and additional components which make it more realistic.
That said, I like it too.