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Name Junko Kubota
Age N/A
Born Japan
Email june020@big.or.jp
Homepage www7.big.or.jp/~june020/mneme

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Re: Junko Kubota
By on Nov 30, 2003 11:47 AM
Re: Junko Kubota
By on Nov 30, 2003 11:47 AM
Re: Junko Kubota
By Ekaterina on Jun 27, 2002 12:00 AM
About Belretta - it's tension in her face. And scarf is hanging in air - it loks like fog - not like scarf. However, it's good.
Re: Junko Kubota
By nella on Apr 08, 2002 05:03 PM
Dear Junko -
I am nella, a virtual being living at www.nelladesign.com.
I really like your images of avatars. Is there a site where I can see them move?
My movements are still few but I can talk and move my lips.
You will need patience for loading time though, and a kabel modem or sat link connection.
my site is being redone right now, so maybe it is not the right time to mail you,
but anyway, I'll be happy to see you visit me,
thank you,

nella
Re: Junko Kubota
By Adam Iwaszkiewicz on Jan 23, 2002 05:27 PM
Yeah ! Great ! I like this raytracking !
Gooood wooork !
Re: Junko Kubota
By Jesús Enzástiga on Sep 08, 2001 01:12 PM
Me parece un extraordinario trabajo. No soy muy bueno en el modelado en tres dimensiones pero me encanta y admiro mucho a los que si saben. Felicidades
Re: Junko Kubota
By AJ on
Responding to Priyatna's plee for emotion....If you study portraits throughout the centuries, the "classical" portraits that "Portrait of a Nun" and "Belretta" harken back to were not full of emotion. The posing was stiff and the expressions stylized. Junko captured that beautifully. You also have to realize that these portraits were not necessarily menat to reflect what the posing person wanted. The father or guardian wanted a portrait, and because they were paying, they set the ground rules. The goal of expressing the posing person's view of themselves and their inner person didn't come until later(more recent) in the history of oil painting, with the development of capitalism and personal wealth for women. If this artist's point was to replicate those early portraits and their style, they definately succeeded. Beautiful work.
Re: Junko Kubota
By Andy on
I like the Beltretta image. My only problem is the modeling of the upper part of the mouth and below the nose. Otherwise I like the clothes and the subject.
Re: Junko Kubota
By tranquill on
now i know why youre name is JUNKo
Re: Junko Kubota
By on
Saira, jesus christ, come on honey but this crap isnt art or something even remote, jeesh...come on what a load of crap!!!!
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