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Name Eolo Perfido
Age N/A
Born Italy
Email perfeo@flashnet.it
Homepage www.webcom.com/necron

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Re: Eolo Perfido
By Frederick Solinsky on Jan 28, 2003 12:00 AM
Your "Ancient " Picture reminds me of the works of Maxfield Parrish. Great job!
Re: Eolo Perfido
By seo on Nov 16, 2002 12:00 AM
I LOVE Ancient,curious comment above regarding the sky,I see a blue sky along with a beautiful representation of sunst.That was my personal response to the picture,time of day?approaching dusk.Lovely job,keep up the work!!!!
Re: Eolo Perfido
By strex on Oct 15, 2002 12:00 AM
Complimenti per l'impegno....secondo me sai fare sicuramente di meglio cia'
Re: Eolo Perfido
By Donny Snow on Sep 23, 2002 12:00 AM
I can't believe no one has said anything about AKUA-3. I love it. A nice blend of huge futuristic machinery and an ocean planet world. Great composition & subtle use of color.
Re: Eolo Perfido
By julius on Aug 30, 2002 12:00 AM
I like the background in walkman, Amazing!
Re: Eolo Perfido
By jk on May 14, 2002 12:00 AM
complimenti davvero!sono un grafico e da poco mi sono avvicinato al 3d,ma l'immagine del tramonto č veramente espressiva e realizzata bene.
Re: Eolo Perfido
By crookram on Aug 22, 2001 09:33 AM
akua3 is very nicely done. would make a great poster/flyer. good job.
Re: Eolo Perfido
By on Aug 10, 2001 04:35 PM
referring to biznitch about the walkman pic more lightsources in different cols and angles would give the pic more life.
anyway good concept keep going.
Re: Eolo Perfido
By Mauricio on Aug 03, 2001 10:59 AM
walkman, itīs a shit, is a really bad image, shut down that image
Re: Eolo Perfido
By ARTYCAT on Jul 25, 2001 10:57 PM
I read some of your reviews. It appears to me that some people were more "critical" than "constructive." Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. I thought your use of contrasting colors of blues and reds was great. The picture is a good example of a surreal-abstract, of one of my favorite subjects, pillars. As for the non-reflecting ocean, if you don't try to analysis the lighting... I think it added mystical flavor to the picture. It put a whole new meaning on the term "the dead sea." ha ha. Keep up the good work.
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