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Name May Lee
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Born USA
Email may1@pacbell.net
Homepage www.best.com/~bohli

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Re: May Lee
By theobserver on Jun 10, 2005 10:21 PM
well for a one 486 DX-4 100MHz with 32 MB of RAM.. this work is brilliant and woth every credit on this world (( and on any worlds any one can think of))!! imagen such ability gets hand on a Pentium IV with say 2.4 GHz++ 512 MB RAM ++ and a 3 D S MAX 4++..
GOOD JOB !!
Re: May Lee
By on Apr 01, 2005 07:47 PM
Now we know what happened to Jim. Poor soul. Don't be angry - see a professional.
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By on Mar 19, 2005 02:12 PM
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By on Mar 11, 2005 11:13 AM
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By on Jan 20, 2005 09:54 PM
Re: May Lee
By Ted Stud on Jan 17, 2005 04:27 AM
Is this some kind of sick joke? Because I'm not laughing. You art offends me, with it's suckage.
Re: May Lee
By Arms_pt on Jan 07, 2005 06:06 PM
May Lee. Pay no attention to these so called human beings...

Your work may be rather poor now, but any person with a brain knows perfection takes time... And, being an art student and having to work with 3d rendering programs, I know that you don't get that hang of it at first. It takes time and dedication.

Anyway, although your work is poor now, it shows you dominate many modeling aspects within the program. Please understand that all bad critiques are actualy good one's. It gives you the courage to proove that those idiots are wrong.

So, keep up your work and don't give up.

Arms

"The way to perfection is a long, hard and tricky way. Only idiots take the easiest way through."
Re: May Lee
By ebo on Nov 08, 2004 12:26 AM
may lee the mail man! thats what you should do in the future because you have no hope of getting anywhere in the computer art business
Re: May Lee
By Yuck on Sep 28, 2004 05:43 PM
These are very poor examples of 3D art. I doubt that they would be accepted for even the cheapest childrens comic. You have many years, maybe decades, before getting to the stage that you should publicly show work.

Yuck!
Re: May Lee
By on Aug 18, 2004 09:27 AM
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