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

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Re: Joel Le Gigan
By Stacy on Apr 22, 2004 08:24 PM
My mouth dropped when I saw your work. This is incredible..

I only wish I could create like that!
Re: Joel Le Gigan
By Chrissy on Apr 22, 2004 06:09 AM
You captured something from your minds eye... I like it. It reminds me of when I was a child and thinking of the stories of "The Garden of Eden"... Uber cool!!
Re: Joel Le Gigan
By Y. Sholtz on Apr 21, 2004 10:22 PM
It would be nice if the snake had a totally different color from the man. I think
they need more contrast because when i first saw the picture i had difficulty
for the first 0.0003 seconds making out that it's a snake and it's sitting on a man.
They blend too much into each other at the top, methinks.
That's just my first impression.
Also methinks that maybe the man is too dramatically 1/2 white 1/2 blue, so maybe distribute the color of his skin somehow a little more gradually ?
Of course the above I say with utmost respect for the work.
Re: Joel Le Gigan
By C D"Asta on Apr 19, 2004 12:07 AM
Such harsh terms from other viewers...I have an extensive knowledge of art, history and science, and I love the look of your work. If anyone complains they obviously aren't objective or creative enough to appreciate the work. Excellent, impressive, keep it up, the most humble of us are urging you forward....
The fact that your detractors cannot think, and, or ,spell just proves you are who you show you are...
Christopher D'Asta principal art director and artist at Nanolabs Multimedia
Re: Joel Le Gigan
By on Apr 12, 2004 05:35 AM
i personally think the worst part of the picture is the silly text, i dont think you need to goot art school =], perhaps just get a lesson in typography...

Also perhaps some visual weights on the bottom would even the composition...
Re: Joel Le Gigan
By composition on Apr 09, 2004 04:34 PM
its not your modelling thats bad, its the idea and presentation. Take some art lessons and try to think in a less chessy manner- every one has seen plenty of science fiction in their lifetime.
Re: Joel Le Gigan
By marcus on Apr 05, 2004 08:42 PM
if someone could critisize your work , than they either have to be better than you ( and if that's the case, they more than likely won't be ignorant about it) or they absolutely suck ( 3-d is a very hard medium to get to look completely real, people) I know what it's like and totally tip my hat to you.
Re: Joel Le Gigan
By DONTSUCK on Apr 03, 2004 02:40 AM
It is a superior work of modelling. I donīt know what people like hi are doing in real life,maybe they are not in computergraphics and hence they canīt grasp what a matter this really is or they are just idiots. I want to see the work from one of them! We all know how elite looks like and so what is there reference. The only possible excuse will be that they are from an art outside computers that they know for themself how hard it is to achieve perfect results with keyboard and mouse instead of molding and sculpting with hands!. I donīt know where they make this kind of work that is more perfect than final fantasy but for some reason totaly unknown ?!?
Re: Joel Le Gigan
By d on Apr 02, 2004 09:39 PM
bad
Re: Joel Le Gigan
By Jameson on Apr 01, 2004 09:35 PM
I know very little about the medium and dont really care if a texture is off. THAT IS ART.
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