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A lovely article from The Paris Review on how different scientific illustrators (including the PDB's David Goodsell) have illustrated the coronavirus, and why.

https://www.theparisreview.org/blog/2020/05/18/how-to-draw-the-coronavirus

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One more 3D model
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CellPaint tool

Someone asked about how to make an illustration of the coronavirus. Scientist/artist David Goodsell (from the protein data bank, pdb101.rcsb.org ) has co-created a drawing tool for cells and proteins called CellPAINT. Here are the results of a recent contest they held for people to make illustrations of coronavirus using the ready-made parts that have just been added to the tool for that purpose: https://pdb101.rcsb.org/news/2020#5ed7c17cdab5c9354c274f56

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