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Name Claudio 'Naxos' Gallego
Age N/A
Born France
Email claudio@naxos-images.com
Homepage www.naxos-images.com

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Re: Claudio 'Naxos' Gallego
By on Dec 26, 2003 09:08 AM
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By on Dec 26, 2003 09:08 AM
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By on Nov 30, 2003 12:25 PM
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By on Nov 30, 2003 12:25 PM
Re: Claudio 'Naxos' Gallego
By Debbie on May 09, 2003 12:00 AM
I know nothing about 3D art. Except it's fascinating to look at. I love the bar. That is awesome. I think it is time for me to go back to school and learn 3D.
Re: Claudio 'Naxos' Gallego
By Shafeman on Jun 10, 2002 12:00 AM
Well, I disagree with the critics above. It's easy as an artist to make up something entirely. Doing something that everybody can look at and tell you what's wrong with it is much much more challenging. Good job for the most part. Bar has some serious render time doesn't it?
Re: Claudio 'Naxos' Gallego
By zardoz on Sep 03, 2001 02:28 PM
It's a very non artistic idea changing the subject to "cool things". You don't need to retract a battle starship or a giant animê robot to do something nice! And that´s the problem with CG art, the public like just that kind of thing... You like common life and retract common things.....
That's normal with a lot of painters but they don't got a audience like the CG audience that have this concept: what's cool and what's boring...
Re: Claudio 'Naxos' Gallego
By Landry Slim on Jul 15, 2001 11:17 AM
I love "Bar".
But please, may i ask you some more...poetry (I hate cell phones)?

Re: Claudio 'Naxos' Gallego
By Nicolas d'Haussy on Jun 09, 2001 03:34 PM
En voilà des belles images !
Re: Claudio 'Naxos' Gallego
By Trevor Corthell on May 27, 2001 08:19 AM
It looks to me like most people are missing the imortant qualities that stand out here.. sure these are thing we know.. things we always see.. and while that may be boring to some I feel that it is showing you just how real the artist is.. Would you know how to judge a fantasy creature and say it was drawn realistic? no.. but we can all plainly see how real these objects are... because we do see them everyday, and it's almost like we can reach out and pick them up too... that's how real they are... EXCELENT WORK!
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