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GummizelleKamera by LordDanieltheGrey GummizelleKamera by LordDanieltheGrey
Modern rubber room in contrast to this:[link]
This is from the camera on the ceiling of the cell. Come and stay till you've cooled down..
Or if you feel more confortable to stay outside [link]
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squidlys3squishies Featured By Owner Jan 16, 2019
Looks comfy!
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YardleyFootman Featured By Owner Dec 3, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
If you already have the model of the other cell, without the bed, would it be too hard to do a render of it?
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LordDanieltheGrey Featured By Owner Edited Dec 8, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
No, just have to kick on the render.
I even have an old render here lorddanielthegrey.deviantart.c…
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YardleyFootman Featured By Owner Dec 8, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Wow, the light levels are really blown out in it.
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LordDanieltheGrey Featured By Owner Dec 9, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Yea, it was just a test render. Correct lighting was done afterwards.
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hivemind111 Featured By Owner Jul 17, 2015
Very interesting are you going to show more of this hospital and its pataints in the future.
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LordDanieltheGrey Featured By Owner Jul 19, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Not very likely. My actual Job sadly doesn't left much time for my little pet projects.
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YardleyFootman Featured By Owner May 13, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I love how seamless it is.

The space between the end of the bed and the wall could probably be eliminated, then there would be no convex corners at all in the room.
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LordDanieltheGrey Featured By Owner May 17, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Well, actually this is a module of two crisis intervention rooms. The other one doesn't have a bed inside, which is more like it will be. It's just an empty cube with 10cm of padding. Here the bed is just a try to not let it look to blank. And the next design will have a drain in the floor for sure.
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YardleyFootman Featured By Owner May 18, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Hmmm, how to add a drain without interrupting the padding....

It could be put all the way in the corner.  Or if you kept the bed but made it more of a shelf, it could be hidden beneath the bed.
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LordDanieltheGrey Featured By Owner May 20, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I planned to have it in the middle, sunken into the padding like the windows. The Idea is that you can hose down everything, so cleaning after use is easy, fast and thoroughly. The Polyurethane laminate over the padding is fire retardant, stain-resistant and very abrasion proof. A steel framework keeps it under tension so it's always nicely taut and this offers some padding in itself. The additional cushioning is for shaping purpose and to minimise the space needed to offer adequate padding to prevent injuries.
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YardleyFootman Featured By Owner May 20, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
For hosing purposes, it probably would be more effective in a corner, then you can hose down the floor towards the drain and not have anything go past it.

If it were an opening sunken below the surface of the padding in the middle of the floor, it might represent a trip hazard, while if it weren't sunken, it would be a hard surface to be hurt against.
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LordDanieltheGrey Featured By Owner May 21, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist

Well, tripping hazard in a padded room? Not really a problem, your will always fall adequate padded ;-) But I planned to have padding above the grate. Center position is easier on the slightly slope one needs to have the water running to the drain and not forming puddles. Have it in a corner would be dificult for the existing construction.

And for the bed, it would offer to much attacking surface if it was like a shelf, and a hiding place that can make an extraction quit difficult and hazardous for the staff. Of course it doesn't look so nicely, but in this case, functionality comes before aesthetics.

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YardleyFootman Featured By Owner May 21, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I was thinking that when fully padded, the "Shelf" would barely have any room under it.

No bed at all works. Although a bed with medical restraints would also work (but then why bother with a padded cell).
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