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Name Matthieu Roussel
Age N/A
Born France
Email matt@mattroussel.com
Homepage www.mattroussel.com

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Re: Matthieu Roussel
By monish on Jan 03, 2006 04:54 AM
nice one (ganesh) really good esp the mouse doing the sketch, u must have gone thru a lot of reaserch for the details of ganesh (the left tusk was impressive) any ways keep up the good work!
Re: Matthieu Roussel
By on Dec 25, 2005 12:27 AM
awesome work, i love your subjects and style.
Re: Matthieu Roussel
By on Dec 24, 2005 01:54 PM
So nice! That's a very creative work.
Re: Matthieu Roussel
By anand on Dec 24, 2005 10:03 AM
the ganesha's art is funky and cute.
Re: Matthieu Roussel
By on Dec 17, 2005 09:40 PM
well cool work but i wont like to ridicule ne religion.... tht elephant head idol is indian god of knowledge ....jst b sure no one objects...m indian but love the work
Re: Matthieu Roussel
By peter jackson on Dec 12, 2005 08:12 PM
absolutly fantastic
Re: Matthieu Roussel
By devmapall on Dec 08, 2005 11:31 PM
Distinctly arised geometry subject in space. Details, never mind what their sidebars - they all as waxy and faceless. In "Dispute", I already look on clock jealous toward lamp and never mind to me what key their so fire up. ;) Under hours - a heater, looks like Tv-set...
Also, I shall acknowledge good volume in work "Angelman Flight"
Re: Matthieu Roussel
By Chaz on Oct 30, 2005 03:34 PM
wow! i love the elephant picture its reallt groovy!!!
Re: Matthieu Roussel
By on Oct 15, 2005 05:43 AM
For some reason, before I noticed the pinchers, the two in Summer day reminded me of the old Mayor McCheese from Mcdonalds! LOL

Great work, love the brush detail making it look like a painting.
Re: Matthieu Roussel
By Anne on Oct 06, 2005 09:43 PM
Angelman flight is very fun. Ganesh--highly amusing. I can appreciate the irony of a mouse doing the portrait for an elephant. I wonder, did the elephant not like his portrait, and that's how the two became enemies?

Your work gives the impression of having been created with clay or plastic.
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