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Name Johannes Schlörb
Age N/A
Born Germany
Email johannes@schloerb.com
Homepage www.schloerb.com

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Re: Johannes Schlörb
By Silicon Based on Aug 04, 2008 12:55 PM
Amazingly realistic, near perfect.
Just a minor point that caught my eye and shows it isn't real: the three electricity cables powering the fluorescent ligths look surprisingly similar, suspects copy/paste.

If these were more random I'd buy it as a true picture
Re: Johannes Schlörb
By muller on Oct 03, 2007 09:54 AM
the electric water that u have created is simply awasome! i tried to make ellectrifying without using any plugin like digimation lightning, but could not. what i made is not realistic like that of yours. can you tel me how u made it?
Re: Johannes Schlörb
By Eduardo on Mar 09, 2007 01:48 AM
Simplemente espectacular.
Re: Johannes Schlörb
By Jacke on Dec 29, 2006 09:56 AM
This is the first realistic photo I've seen in quite some time! WOW!
Re: Johannes Schlörb
By on Oct 08, 2006 10:09 AM
very dark but attractive
Re: Johannes Schlörb
By Yaurah on May 18, 2006 06:46 AM
Very Nice especially with the use of an older program version on an older machine(not a downer as I use older machines myself for 3d) Shows you have intellectual techniqe (ability to produce uptodate results without a supercharged quadprocessor pentium 8 with 7000 gigs of ultra RAM on a 72inch plasma moniter) ehhehe yeah....10pnts4effort...
Re: Johannes Schlörb
By omar_ali722 on May 08, 2006 08:51 AM
Re: Johannes Schlörb
By Enima on Apr 12, 2006 03:57 PM
Good,good..
Good work,looks realistic!!
Re: Johannes Schlörb
By J.Mc WPG., CA. on Oct 14, 2005 04:53 PM
"Detention" An amazing hallway scene that make excellent use of light and perspective. The flood of light coming in from the windows, the texture work on the walls and the reflectivity of the floor create the perfect atmosphere for an empty hallway. WOW!
Re: Johannes Schlörb
By Andrew Shepherd on Aug 18, 2005 12:23 AM
The dark tunnel with the teasing sunshine so out of reach, that young student's unpleasant or regretful feeling or emotion and perspective of it is interpreted and captured beautifully in this image. Very nice job.
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