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Name Lars Johansson
Age N/A
Born Sweden
Email lars@o3games.com
Homepage www.o3games.com/morek/index.asp

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Re: Lars Johansson
By on Nov 30, 2003 11:28 AM
Re: Lars Johansson
By Erik on Nov 12, 2003 02:50 AM
I think Crion Guard looks fantastic.....as opposed to Al, I think creating your own muscular form for the creature is very original. I would think that using a human's or animal's muscular structure would lessen it's appeal as an alien. Great work!
Re: Lars Johansson
By Real on Nov 09, 2003 02:57 PM
On "Lord Angus"

DUDE! You need help. Anyone, artists included, who imagines this type of thing as a subject of art needs a lot of money, a lot of time, and the phone number of a very expensive psychiatrist.
Re: Lars Johansson
By Satch on Sep 26, 2003 08:57 PM
to much in the Bump channel on both, work on your textures. Good start.
Satch
Re: Lars Johansson
By anonymous on Mar 28, 2003 12:00 AM
i think that it does not look 3d at all, and if it does, it looks deformed. The shapes and figures have too many strange angles. Especially on lord angus, is he supposed to be human because he really looks too angular.
Re: Lars Johansson
By Koen De Swert on Jan 16, 2003 12:00 AM
I wouldn't like to meet these two in the dark. You did a great job. Keep on going, I'd say.
Re: Lars Johansson
By rdh on Jan 11, 2003 12:00 AM
What can i say some handsome words! You picture is so excellent! But people is so cool,so i say that is not warm.But you design is good.My english is common.
Re: Lars Johansson
By al on Oct 11, 2002 12:00 AM
Agree with Henrik regarding Crion guard..well done texturing and overall body structure, however although alien species follow no rules regarding construction, it would be more believeable had the musculature been more of an exaggeration of human or animal origin. for example, the hand and thumb, which, from both mechanical and anatomical standpoints is not working as a hand. i'm sorry if it sounds like i'm bashing your artwork...i hope my input can help you. as far as L. agnus, if it IS an alien, the bump map works...just needs an added diffuse map with some good color alien skin to differentiate it from human. eye piece and mask look great!
Re: Lars Johansson
By jocke on Jun 21, 2002 12:00 AM
bra jobbat...!!
Re: Lars Johansson
By Nick on Mar 02, 2002 06:07 PM
Your texturing superb!
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