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Name Byung-Hee Choe
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Born Korea, South
Email elfstone72@freechal.com
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Re: Byung-Hee Choe
By meh on Oct 02, 2005 11:36 PM
If you are going to create sex objects, at least do it right. The proportioning of the breasts are wrong, the curvature doesn't match the size. Too perky.
Re: Byung-Hee Choe
By WaZZuP on Aug 03, 2005 12:27 AM
Yeaaaah!! Horny!!! naah, its actually two amazing pieces of art... i mean, if i was to do stuff like that, it would look more like a mutated bird or sumthing.. really cool!!
Re: Byung-Hee Choe
By on Jul 22, 2005 06:10 PM
Re: Byung-Hee Choe
By Dan Wood on Jun 24, 2005 09:52 PM
She has a very beautiful stance and graceful appeal. Kind of like the "tomboy princess". I do wish i could see a closer looker at her face and the expression being shown. Clothing and armour match her very well, gives her a feel of power and beauty, due to how thin the armour is shown. She also has that sexy, dirty blond hair, bombshell look. Like all of the other comments, she very sexy. Just in case I was refering to the "Musketeer".
Re: Byung-Hee Choe
By Andy on Jun 03, 2005 12:50 PM
I am a normal heterosexual man and I admit that I do like looking at breasts when possible.

Having said that, I must agree with Philip Carter in that it seems a little inappropriate in this case for the breasts to be 'on show'

Re: Byung-Hee Choe
By bluemanyan on Apr 14, 2005 01:44 AM
i'm really impressed by your work but i think the topless look is a little too much. Attention is drawn towards the breasts instead of on the overall curves of their body and awesome gear.
Re: Byung-Hee Choe
By shelley on Apr 09, 2005 03:00 PM
great job, she is angelic, breasts and all.
Re: Byung-Hee Choe
By Cris Helmare on Apr 01, 2005 04:03 AM
The renderings are wonderful, but these pieces were first posted four years ago. Is there any point to allowing further "critiques"? As one looks back on them, they are not only very repetitive, but surely Byung-Hee Choe has gone on to do so many things that a critique of these particular renderings no longer has much meaning.
Re: Byung-Hee Choe
By on Mar 19, 2005 02:05 PM
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By on Mar 19, 2005 02:05 PM
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