heres some details of the talonflame drawing
would recommend full viewing 8)
i saw a picture of a really cool indoor pool on my dash earlier and i got kinda inspired so i used it to draw out some ideas ive had for a posthuman birth room. the picture itself didnt really come out the way i wanted them it too but now i have an excuse to make another Madas post i guess
a pH birth room is called the “chandelier chamber” and consists of a solar functioning organic muscle sack that holds the infant and supplies it with the proteins needed to grow.
the pool sack is four parts:
- the solar powered muscular system exoskeleton that generates micro-movements that readjust the physical position of the fetus, reroute IV drip patterns and generates acceptable temperature levels inside the sack versus the pool water.
- the inner amniotic mucus sack that allows IV fluids to easily pass through and provides a cushioning gap of space between the exoskeleton and the fetus, creating a float-like appearance.
- the antibiotic gel inside that fights infection.
- 2 major nutrient conduits on each side that connect the exoskeleton to growth tanks under the floor and also evenly distribute the weight that keep the exoskeleton secured in the water.
the outer birth pool area consists of several other parts:
- the IV “chandelier” - a multilevel circular iron rack caging several IVs overhead that connect directly into the inner mucus sack. these IVs are regulated by the outer muscular system as it draws sunlight or manually by designated staff.
- open roof to the outside so that sunlight may pass through and artificial lights at night.
- an integrated hud display with manual computing control situated in a desk a safe distance from the pool. the load out displays the vital signs of the fetus and the operational magnitude of the birth exoskeleton itself, including the functioning muscle when IVs must be regulated or changed.
other crap of relevance:
- a posthuman is not “born” as an adult, they are incubated from the point of first cell construction until infancy stage. they are sometimes kept longer than a human infant might be inside of its mother due to health concerns or previous issues.
- there are 3 sizes of exoskeleton and they must be carefully swapped out every “trimester”. if the posthuman infant becomes too large, it risks suffocation or a circulation block off.
- the sides of the pool are risen and sloped out because i thought it would look cool if you looked at it top down, the entire thing looks like an eyeball
hey kids full view
its 4:30am : ‘)
i b sketchin
i’m done. my hand is broken. rip.
i forgot that my most recent post was of anaph doing inez and i came on to check this blog and saw the pic and it scared the shit out of me lmfao oop
aaaaaaaaaaayyy posthuman dick
i dont wanna go to work i wanna sit and draw all day nooooooooooooo