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Name Xavier Allard
Age N/A
Born France
Email xavierallard@free.fr
Homepage xavierallard.free.fr

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Re: Xavier Allard
By Cameron Smart on Mar 16, 2005 05:38 AM
This is wonderful. I'm not a student of the medium, but was instantly drawn to his hidden hand. What's missing... why is it hidden.... I think art should provoke thought. This piece does a marvelous job. I look forward to more.
Re: Xavier Allard
By Justin B on Mar 12, 2005 12:28 AM
It'scool, but it' a little plain.
Re: Xavier Allard
By on Mar 11, 2005 09:27 AM
Re: Xavier Allard
By mullsey on Mar 09, 2005 01:09 AM
The one aspect that you have caught here is the fact that this is you and you have just done your mother.
A warrant is out for your arrest. great work.
Re: Xavier Allard
By Subash on Mar 07, 2005 09:28 AM
Re: Xavier Allard
By =R@|\|b0m P/-\$sErby on Mar 02, 2005 06:15 PM
eww.....
Re: Xavier Allard
By William Leonard on Feb 19, 2005 05:33 AM
Beutiful
Re: Xavier Allard
By John Albert on Feb 05, 2005 01:09 PM
The guy has a very Slavic-looking face, like a Russian or a Pole. His expression lends the feeling that he is a hard-working and serious person.

Really nice character-wise. Great face, excellent expression, very clean, well-textured. The instruments of his trade look very good. That scale, the cleaver in his hand and the chopping-block look photo-realistic.

Only criticism is that it looks a little too clean. Those yellow-brown smears on his apron could be a little darker, and the shirt (especially the sleeves) is a bit clunky. The metal blades and the knife-honer could have a little bit more contrast--they are little too pale for being in so near a background. But those are minor details.

Some meat on the table might add some interest, although I can also see why you chose to leave out this unnecessary and perhaps cliched element.

Very nice work!
Re: Xavier Allard
By on Jan 20, 2005 09:09 PM
Re: Xavier Allard
By Hank Allard on Dec 31, 2004 11:09 AM
being a butcher you would expect to see some meat.otherwise a good shot
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