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Warframe: Cetus Orokin Rotting Bridge Piece by SBigham Warframe: Cetus Orokin Rotting Bridge Piece by SBigham
A material breakdown for the rotting bridge pieces in the Cetus town.  Drawn over a zbrush blockout.
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peluru-sinus Featured By Owner Nov 24, 2017
hiiii fascinating

i wonder if, IRL, there's such construction technique that using "organic tissues" like that
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SBigham Featured By Owner Nov 29, 2017  Professional Digital Artist
Maybe one day! Especially with 3d printing.
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gomjibar22 Featured By Owner Oct 19, 2017
You know, this explains why the infested were such a problem with them, and the look on the Derelict tile sets... it wasn't just the men and equipemnt being taken over, but the structures under their feet...
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SBigham Featured By Owner Oct 22, 2017  Professional Digital Artist
Oh yea, this has given the lore guys a lot to chew on!
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SoulStormHNS Featured By Owner 2 days ago  Hobbyist Digital Artist
So that also explains how the infested with sAlad V help managed to also consume Mechanic and Metal infrastructure from Corpus and Grineer space ships... these monsters also "Learn" from who helps them.
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SoulReaper639 Featured By Owner Edited Oct 18, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
i guess the towers are a "big" innuendo
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SBigham Featured By Owner Oct 18, 2017  Professional Digital Artist
What isn't in Warframe?
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SoulReaper639 Featured By Owner Oct 18, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
Despair
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Dubedition Featured By Owner Oct 30, 2017  Hobbyist Artist
oh wait nekros might object to that
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Flamilingo Featured By Owner Oct 18, 2017
Ever since I watched the preview for the plains of eidolon, I was confused when the tribe was "harvesting" the orokin tower and pulled out the meaty tissue from the wall. Now, I'm shocked to know that the towers are alive in some way.

But are all the towers like this, because in Lua they look just like a regular wall made of stone.

This adds more to the orokin story, but how exactly this structures grow.
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IceFlame1019 Featured By Owner Oct 19, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
From what we know of the warframe universe, the Orokin created the Technocyte, which is responsible for the Infestation, but it's a virus(?) capable of rearranging matter at the atomic level and bringing things to "life"...so it's not entirely inconceivable that, if they created a virus that corrupts anything it touches, they may have had some sort of non-viral variant they could use to create living matter for their structures as needed.

Personal theory but I think that tech may also be responsible for the Warframes themselves.
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SMT5015 Featured By Owner Feb 5, 2018
Old strains of the virus was not able to change inanimate. Rather, there were originally living materials grown in some way. If Orokin could grow Grineer and others, why not this?
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SBigham Featured By Owner Oct 18, 2017  Professional Digital Artist
I think this is meant to be one of the last remaining living ones - though I'm not too sure.
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Thesquarewave Featured By Owner Oct 18, 2017
A bridge made from living tissue and bone? Interesting. :wow:
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SBigham Featured By Owner Oct 18, 2017  Professional Digital Artist
Yes! Definitely adds some spice to the Orokin.
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darkdragon277 Featured By Owner Oct 18, 2017  Hobbyist Artist
wait.. is it ailve in a way? o:
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SBigham Featured By Owner Oct 18, 2017  Professional Digital Artist
Yup! Turns out Orokin structures are grown!
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