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Name John Hooper
Age N/A
Born Australia
Email stomp@world.net
Homepage www.world.net/~stomp

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Re: John Hooper
By Gianlu on Oct 22, 2004 01:26 PM
Hey coolio people! If you don't like what is posted just shut the fuck up, will you? It's a choice of the site owner to show them so whine with him.
Ok the pics aren't so good, but apparently you are too old to remember or too young to know what a damn 386 or a pentium 90 is (was) and I say that, being those the machines, the guy has done a great job. Ok it's not a couple of fabulous pics but before reacting that way you should show what you can do. Otherwise just try to think "I don't like it, let's see what's more". I am sick of seeing humans and aliens here but it's their choice to post and the owner of the site's choice to show. You don't need to humiliate anyone.
If the anonymous (LOL) poster had the balls I would invite hime to come and give me that kick in the ass if he can reach me before he gets his legs up HIS OWN unpolite ass.

To John I say: go on improving.
Re: John Hooper
By on Sep 15, 2004 05:27 AM
John Hooper, are you by any chance taking the micky with these pics? Surely you are not serious with these offerings.

This just goes to show you that you can post ANYTHING and people will say "ohh, it's lovely". Those people should get a sweet kick up their insincere ass!!!

These images are nowhere near the quality that you need to achieve for public viewing. Heck, you might even discourage Stephen Speilberg from using CG ever again.
Re: John Hooper
By Alienor on Sep 03, 2004 12:41 PM
Man what's that garbage ? Do you have any hobbies besides computer arts ? You should
Re: John Hooper
By on Aug 18, 2004 09:16 AM
Re: John Hooper
By djgnaw on Aug 04, 2004 01:54 AM
The High Voltage Labratory pic looks really great. Although I don't care for the material choice so much on Spring Hill Baths and the models aren't quite as detailed as HVL, I was impressed by the excellent water diffusion. Good work, keep it up.
Re: John Hooper
By on Jul 28, 2004 10:25 PM
probably the stupidest thing I've ever seen in my life.
Re: John Hooper
By on Jul 28, 2004 09:45 PM
Re: John Hooper
By danny T on May 11, 2004 07:25 AM
might've been nice to colour the floats in as they seem takky
Re: John Hooper
By on Mar 19, 2004 10:08 AM
Re: John Hooper
By on Jan 10, 2004 05:56 AM
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