I have downloaded Bioblender V0.6 and the pdb file of this molecule. The molecule contains two chains 'A' and 'B'.
If I check the "hydrogen" check box and import the pdb I get the following image:
However, I cannot see the hydrogens of this molecule. I would like that my molecule looks more like the picture that one can find on the homepage from Bioblender (see picture below). How can I achieve this?
As I already mentioned, my molecule contains two chains 'A' and 'B'. I would like to visualize my molecule such that one can identify each chain, as for example in the following picture (found in this article). How can I achieve this?
Edit: Mike Pan noted that I do not have hydrogens in my molecule. Therefore I tried this molecule with hydrogens in the pdb file. When I add it with Bioblender and check hydrogen, the molecule is represented in a very different style then the molecule from the Bioblender homepage - why is that? I also tried to check Spacefill and I got the following result. However, the hydrogen looks far bigger then in the Bioblender image (second from top). I do not know how I can scale all hydrogens. In the outliner, they are not grouped.