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Name Andrew Griffin
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Born UK
Email aog100@york.ac.uk
Homepage www.york.ac.uk/~aog100

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Re: Andrew Griffin
By on Nov 30, 2003 12:31 PM
Re: Andrew Griffin
By on Nov 30, 2003 12:31 PM
Re: Andrew Griffin
By kyla on Nov 19, 2003 09:14 PM
I think it is very good what you have done and it is very well done, but why? I ask this question not meaning to sound harsh to what you do, but i am very interested in what interest other people and why they do what they do? what is it about this that makes you want to do it?

I love the pieces they are very interesting and there is alot to look at in the pieces, I like the use of dramatic lighting to create an atmosphere.
Weldone I like it.... You should feel flatterd I dont like alot of things
Re: Andrew Griffin
By Raph on Nov 14, 2003 08:25 PM
Dude, you didn't do tht, it's off star trek deep space nine game! Thats where the name came from aswell! LllLOOoOseERR
Re: Andrew Griffin
By Hyung-Uk Lim on May 16, 2003 12:00 AM
After I sent you following e-mail, this was returned to me.
Becouse of this, I write again my e-mail on this board.

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Dear Mr. Andrew Griffin.

Firsf af all, I'd like introduce myself to you.
My name is Hyung-Uk Lim, president of "Happyreading Books"
"Happyreading Books" is one of new publications in Seoul, Korea.
We published two books of President Roh, Moo-hyun(New President of Korea).
And we published also, some "Happy SF series" books(Arther Conan Doyle's <The Lost World> ,Robert Sheckley's <Immortality Inc.>, Roger Zelazny's <Lord Light> etc...).
Always we made Korean translation right contract arranged with auters or auter's agency. Also, I want to get your permission about your artwork.
(For more infomations, please see our site: http://www.happySF.net )

Now we will publish <Starship Troopers>(Robert A. Heinlein) in Korea.
For this book, during we finding correct image, we found our artwork(http://www.raph.com/3dartists/artgallery/griff1.jpg).
Because of this, we want use your artwork with your permission.
Which kinds of condition, we can use your artwork, Let me know.

We will use your artwork as our sample(I will send book cover sample with this mail).
Please check our sample work, let me know your requests.
If we can use your art work for our book <Starship Troopres>, of cause, we will send you some copies of this Korean editions.

Waitiong for your reply...

Hyung-Uk Lim, in Korea.

PS:
1) I have anoher publication named "ShortPencil Books" for Korean Christian children.
ShortPencil Books had published Korean editions of <The Lion Bible> & <Who is Jesus> through LION PUBLISHIG plc., in U.K.

2) If you tell me your new e-mail address, I will send you our book cover sample again.
My e-mail address isthis: heenyun@chol.com

Thanks... ^^
Re: Andrew Griffin
By Andrew Griffin on Feb 10, 2003 12:00 AM
you wouldn't beleive it but my name is Andrew Griffin too, what are the chances, three Andrew Griffin on one site
Re: Andrew Griffin
By Arelga on Dec 28, 2002 12:00 AM
If something isn't finished yet, why post it? Those backgrounds are much too bright, the DS9 station looks very amateuristic and the quality of the picture is poor - were you trying to save some disk space? I think you should practice first before you post something one a gallery...
Re: Andrew Griffin
By jake on Jul 23, 2002 12:00 AM
deep space nine ring a bell. not quite as good though. i appreciate that you are using a low spec machine but to be honest that is no excuse.
Re: Andrew Griffin
By Rocky on Feb 26, 2002 07:41 PM
Im sorry but, your work is very unoriginal and you need to put more time into your work before you try to post them. Your "Deep Space 9" piece, in particular, is so unfinished looking I dont know how or why it was even allowed to be shown on this site. Here are some tips that might help...

Improve on your:
Modeling
Background art
Lighting
Texturing
and most of all be original!
Re: Andrew Griffin
By Paul on Dec 22, 2001 07:49 PM
Done on DX2-66 With 8Mb , all I can say is WOW!!!
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