Login - Become a member

Featured Artist


Artist Profile

Name Mark Harrison-Ball
Age N/A
Born UK
Email mhb3d@aol.com
Homepage N/A

Artist Gallery

Artist Interview

No interview of this artist is available at the moment. If you wish this artist to be interviewed, request an interview and contribute by suggesting questions.


Re: Mark Harrison-Ball
By Jess on Dec 28, 2004 07:55 AM
I love it. Although the eye could use a little more life, I think it has real depth. You can feel the life in this woman
Re: Mark Harrison-Ball
By NAV on Dec 20, 2004 05:19 PM
A cornea can't be so dry... That would mean that the person is dead, coz a real eye is more wet, moistened by a tear. So, this girl looks dead. And you get 6 points.
Re: Mark Harrison-Ball
By on Dec 08, 2004 09:27 PM
Very good pic, the skin texture is great, and the hair is good. The only improvement I can think is make the eye itself more life like, by adding a hint of red for the blood vessles and so forth. Not making it blood shot or anything but a hint would be good. I love the pic, great work =D
Re: Mark Harrison-Ball
By on Aug 18, 2004 09:15 AM
Re: Mark Harrison-Ball
By on Jul 28, 2004 09:35 PM
Re: Mark Harrison-Ball
By on Jul 18, 2004 02:55 PM
REALLY good but the hair and the eye lashes need a little work. Everything else is beautiful.
Re: Mark Harrison-Ball
By Slidester on Jun 11, 2004 12:25 PM
Eyes look dead to me but the skin textures are great. The hair adds depth to this piece. Good work, just need to get the eyes right. Kudos!
Re: Mark Harrison-Ball
By The CrystaL on May 13, 2004 08:09 AM
I guess this is the maximum you could get with that hardware...in case you wouldn't want 2 stay in front of the computer for the rest of your life. :)
The textures are 2 plastic....nice modeling.
Re: Mark Harrison-Ball
By Angel on May 12, 2004 08:10 PM
like it becuz it looks like my eye ................... i have draw one like that also but a bit lighter
its good(i like it)
Re: Mark Harrison-Ball
By terquoise_keysia on Apr 28, 2004 09:04 AM
Absolutely adore the eyes...the texture of the skin is fantastic not to mention the wrinkles under the eyes. Good job!
Subscribe to RSS
Follow us on Twitter


Copyright © 1996-2010 Raphael Benedet - Contact Us