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Name Stephane Belin
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Born France
Email contact@stephanebelin.com
Homepage www.stephanebelin.com

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Re: Stephane Belin
By KenL on Jan 05, 2008 06:28 AM
A day passes by is my favorite. Makes me feel a warm peace inside me.
Re: Stephane Belin
By Cartoon on Oct 23, 2006 04:19 PM
not bad
Re: Stephane Belin
By blah on Oct 19, 2006 01:04 AM
a day passes by is possibly my favorite peice of art on this website.
Re: Stephane Belin
By Raonir on Jun 09, 2006 02:35 PM
Completely exaggerated size of the leg. I wonder she is a basketball player.
Re: Stephane Belin
By Ace J. Jones on Feb 16, 2006 06:58 PM
I do agree with 'Eye' in that the mountains in 'Vertigo' do have a pasted and plain look about them. I suggest adding a more varied set of land formations to give it a realistic look. However, to complain that the end of the bridge is 'poorly done' is a little closed-minded. I think the point of the entire work is that you don't know where the bridge leads. Possibly a metaphor for life? Maybe.

The title pretty much should explain that. Vertigo means confusion, dizziness, uncertainty, i.e. the bridge which leads to an unknown destination. Kind of like life.

But I suppose the good thing about art is that a single work can be interpretted many different ways.
Re: Stephane Belin
By Tiago Henriques on Jan 23, 2006 11:59 AM
Very nice work. Lights in the 3rd image are great. Continue the nice work.
Re: Stephane Belin
By Darin on Jan 11, 2006 08:09 AM
Love Vertigo - I want to cross that bridge. I wonder if you could add more texture detail and natural imperfections to it. Good job, though.
Re: Stephane Belin
By Eye of the Beholder on Sep 12, 2005 08:07 PM
Fine pics, most of them. You left a lot of room for improvement in Vertigo. The mountains have a pasted look about them, as though they are flat, have no depth. And where does the bridge end? In a tree? Does it go through the trees, to the ground below? Poorly done. The Petty Girl Reborn is far too shiny, and doesn't look realistic. And her leg is FAR too long. Considering your other pics, I doubt these were accidental, but all the same, it doesn't look good.

However, A Day Passes By is truly great. The colors interact wonderfully, and seem almost to glow. The clouds are excellent, especially where the sun is shining through. Unfortunately, there is a flaw in said pic. What is it below the clouds? More clouds? Or mountains? The colors are almost the same, and the shape and texture are indefinite.

Leaving the Fifties is understandbly your most praised, because its qualities are most profound. I don't want to comment on that one, except to say this. The angle of the closest buildings is too great. They should appear straighter, when compared with the far distant buildings.
Re: Stephane Belin
By on Jul 30, 2005 03:34 PM
nice lighting on the day passes by
Re: Stephane Belin
By on Jul 22, 2005 06:17 PM
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