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Name Nicolas Staszak
Age N/A
Born France
Email nico.s3d@wanadoo.fr
Homepage www.nico-s.fr.fm

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Re: Nicolas Staszak
By fakhr-e-Alam on Jun 07, 2006 08:48 AM
Plz flip the painting horizentaly on the wall. it will make you perfect
Re: Nicolas Staszak
By John on May 05, 2006 07:33 AM
art of art for art of art's sake!
Re: Nicolas Staszak
By Sam on Jan 18, 2006 07:34 PM
It was a Fanatastic Work ...the reflection ..Long hall ...wood metarial u have spend time on that nothing can be better than this so be cool on the comments as every one wants more from the execelent .... overall everything was fine by u .....
Re: Nicolas Staszak
By Anylari on Dec 30, 2005 12:41 PM
Fantastique. J'aimerai être dans cette salle. On doit y être très tranquille, sans personne pour vous déranger...Félicitations Nicolas.
Re: Nicolas Staszak
By Nicolas Staszak on Dec 30, 2005 08:47 AM
I would like to thank everyone for still make comments on that piece of work i did last year.

On one side, i may agree with a lot of people on the light structure i used for composition of the scene. There are a litlle too much lights, it's for sure. But only on a 'reality' based scene. #-Just-# think of a dreamy one, and all take sense.

Plz take a look at my gallery, i always use that kind of blurry/shiny things on my scene.

Again, thank you everyone.

Take note of my email address, in case you would like to discuss about some 'cg thangs or stuff'.

Re: Nicolas Staszak
By omar nashir on Dec 23, 2005 09:49 AM
I agree with Adrian if you dim the light source about 40 % on the back it might help .
but it is great work over all
Re: Nicolas Staszak
By Mujtaba on Dec 06, 2005 09:38 PM
Great art man! It looks so real.
Re: Nicolas Staszak
By alex on Nov 08, 2005 10:06 PM
wonderful,but the arab word is written left to right,the right thing is to be written from right to left :)
Re: Nicolas Staszak
By J.Mc. WPG., CA. on Oct 08, 2005 06:05 PM
Fantastic overall layout, design and perspective. The bright light at the end of the hallway washes out alot of detail, both in the background and foreground. Otherwise a top of the line near-realistic architectural interior scene.
Re: Nicolas Staszak
By Anne on Oct 06, 2005 09:51 PM
I have no bones to pick with this picture. The first impression is simply that of a beautiful hallway--the second, that of a hallway headed into some kind of unseen paradise. The door is only half open... is it going to close before you can reach it?
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