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Name Joel Le Gigan
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Born France
Email joel.legigan@wanadoo.fr
Homepage www.jo3d.fr.st

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Re: Joel Le Gigan
By Job on Aug 04, 2004 05:43 PM
the hair looks like a 2d coconut...other than that this is absolutely wonderful!!!
Re: Joel Le Gigan
By on Jul 28, 2004 09:26 PM
Re: Joel Le Gigan
By justcallmeclyde on Jul 02, 2004 04:40 AM
reminds me of early master's work on a very heavy subject. the bible is great subject matter and worthy of the time that you have given it. there is more to the story, keep reading and keep creating. well done.
Re: Joel Le Gigan
By tony ruvalcaba on Jun 02, 2004 09:48 PM
awesome job depicting the fall of man with the serpent and the apple. from gen 1:1
Re: Joel Le Gigan
By Lampyre on May 30, 2004 06:22 PM
a pretty amazing view of "dali's christ of st john of the cross" i always loved that paint. That's an amazing work u have done. And to the guy that said "Take some art lessons", i think it's him that should go back to school.

i've seen that u have put the finger at the exactly place that dali's paint.

Good job man.
Re: Joel Le Gigan
By chris on May 14, 2004 05:08 AM
Interesting under the microscope we are all serprents
Re: Joel Le Gigan
By binser on Apr 30, 2004 06:53 PM
After reading some these critiques, i've come to belive that some people honestly dont get the picture. It's been commented that the snake looks too much like he's part of the man at first glance. Isn't that the whole point? I mean, what i get from the picture is that man was corrupted by satan in the form of a snake, and as a result essentially became more or less like that snake (aka a sinner) and fell away from God. The only thing I would recommend improving upon is the apple, but overall I think it quite a clever concept, and applaude you for creating something with meaning, despite the controversy that always arises with such things. I suppose that to please the masses you could next create a prettty girl in a bikini, but personally, i'd rather see more work of this type.
Re: Joel Le Gigan
By Dae Sung Han on Apr 27, 2004 08:29 PM
great stuff. i can see why u made the color of the snake and the color of man almost the same in tone and hue. its simbolic, that the snake and man are interlocked together in bondage as if made into one through sin. and those guys who said ur stuff sucks, that may be their opinion, but the fact that they dont give a clear and strong case against ur work shows that they are IGNORANT AND FOOLISH and not a TRUE artist who can digest a work and critique it.
Re: Joel Le Gigan
By David on Apr 23, 2004 03:39 PM
Quote from composition (below): "its not your modelling thats bad, its the idea and presentation. Take some art lessons and try to think in a less chessy manner"

Don't be surprised by the totally unreasonable and irrational destructive criticisms of this kind of work. It is the same ancient snake in your picture that is around today, warping the minds of people to be extremely antagonistic toward not only your work, but also the work of Mel Gibson's "Passion" and any other work that brings light to the fall of mankind and depicts the remedy (Jesus), which your picture does. (The first Adam with outstretched hands as a forshadow of the Second Adam with outstretched hands.) This exacerbates the evil snake.
Re: Joel Le Gigan
By Nicole.S. on Apr 22, 2004 08:52 PM
Love it!!!!! It is great. That's all I can say.
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