Can Anyone Actually Make My Blood Look Like It Is Flowing into the bucket if you can ,can you make it loop i need it transparent aswell but doesnt really matter if it aint thanks peeps ;D c+c much appreciated
Heres The Pic:
Edit: [glow=Pink,2,300]Jesus[/glow] the colours of my banner clash really bad with this forums bg,Im havin fun with the modify button too heh ;D mite use this colour scheme [joke]mwuahaha[/joke]
First try and give highlights to your blood flow with lighter colors, liquid reflects after all, get rid of the purple....real blood has none of that color, then simply have the lines representing your blood streams shift downward and also make the outline appear to shift downward, if i have time I'll do a demo for you.
I think you may be mistaken, blood that leaves the body is losing oxygen, and it does not turn blue iirc, nor is oxygenated blood blue but the veins appear that way due to the pigment of the skin. non-oxygenated blood like that in the arteries is a dark purplish red....and dried blood is reddish brown. unless you meant something else... forgive me if i'm wrong.
Blood that flows through viens (un-oxygenated) is a darkish muddy black/red colour (eg dark maroon) Venous blood being blue is a bit of an old wives tale i'm afraid.
Blood that flows through arteries (oxygenated) is red.
congeled blood is a bit more random, most of the time blood will turn red on contact with oxygen, but occasionally it will remain fairly dark up until it is congeled.
The colour of a vien to my knowledge is determined by the level of protein in the vien wall...
oh and completely dried (dead) blood is black.
blood that leaves the body actually takes on oxygen while the cell is alive, and then the blood goes darker with the loss of oxygen as the cells die, fading through red/maroon/black.
I think that the myth of un oxygenated blood being blue actually came from people being taught in biology lessons to draw capiliaries with a red pen, and a viens with a blue pen... a more than likely explanation.
Actually looking through my text books they are drawn in diagrams as red and blue as well, probably for clarity rather than accuracy.
Thanks For The Help You guys Ill Try And Get It Animated And Posted As Soon As I Get The Hang Of It,,Its Gonna be Pretty Hard Tryin To Make It Loop Btw I Wanted The Bluey/Purple Streaks In Because I Wanted As Tho Some Carcasses Are Being Processed..
Btw Are You Guys Freakin Forensic Scientists Or Somethin? ;D
Thanks trowa you got it right, I just remembered the whole blue blood thing from college anatomy, probably the only thing I remembered. It's been several years. i remembered that since veins can be seen through the skin they appear blue due to the filter of the skin's pigment, and the arteries are too deep to be seen. I,m pretty sure there is no such thing as a blue vein, regardless of protein, and i think your right about it being used for anatomical distinction in diagrams, probably in the early 1400s or something. Oh and i meant that unoxygenated blood is darker, even if i didn't say that, and it is a deep dark red, if you've ever seen it, I put the purple in cause i thought maybe that's what mik was thinking about. Yeah true dried blood is black, but for purposes of games when it's stained blood on close or walls, it's usually brown.
Processing caracasses? wtF? why don't you have bit of bone and chunks, that purple doesn't add all that much it's barely noticable, and it looks strange to have all that blood flor into a tiny thimble, you could stretch it out so it's more like a trough and have bits of bloody skulls and crap bobbing in it, it would even overflow a little each time it bobs up. just suggestions but I think that would be wicked cool.
Last Edit: Sept 26, 2003 21:40:52 GMT -5 by xanthier
Thx For The Secondary Idea With The Bones And Stuff Gotta Do That Now:D I Dont Know What You Mean By Make It Flow Like A Trough,, Im Thinkin You Mean Like A Trough As In A Pig Trough And If So Do I Make The Pipe Much More Wider