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Off Orion by vmulligan, visual art

Artist // Hobbyist // Digital Art
  • United States
  • Deviant for 13 years
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I'm a computational biochemist who works on protein and peptide design and structure prediction, with applications in medicine. Here's a list of my publications on PubMed. In my free time, I dabble in digital art and in photography.

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Just wanted to say your work is really nice.


Anyways, have a good week!

Hey Vikram,

Not sure you check this, thought I would say hello.  This is Aaron from PASU.  Just wanted to send along a hello!  Your work is awesome.

Cheers!
Hey, good to hear from you!  How are you doing?
Hello! I Love your work so much!  I joined DA when I was in junior high school because i love painting. Then i major in chemistry i have no time to paint. Last week i was asked by my teacher to draw illustration for my polymer paper. Then i saw your painting! it was awesome! To see two of my fav.(art and chem.) jioned together!
Hello! Love your work.  Curious if you've thought about or have produced any polymeric entanglement imagery?  We're in search of some and would be interested to connect if so.  Thanks and enjoy the northwest! 
No, I'm afraid I haven't thought much about entanglement (or, at least, that definition of "entanglement" -- my first thought was quantum entanglement)!  Peptides are often too short, and we're usually designing them to fold, so that they won't end up entangled.  Entanglement of polymer chains is definitely an interesting phenomenon, but not one that I've illustrated before.